Recent Tables of Contents – April 2019

The Advocates’ Quarterly – Volume 49 no. 3 (February 2019)
Canadian Criminal Law Review/Revue canadienne de droit pénal – Volume 24 no. 1 (March 2019)
Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice/Revue canadienne de droit administratif et de pratique – Volume 32 no. 1 (February)
Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence – Volume 32 no. 1 (February 2019)
Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada -  Volume 62 no. 1 (March 2019)
Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques – Volume 44 no. 4 (December 2018)
Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques – Volume 45 no. 1 (March 2019)
Journal of Environmental Law and Practice – Volume 32 no. 2 (March)
McGill Law Journal/Revue de droit de McGill - Volume 63 no. 2 (December 2017)

The Advocates’ Quarterly
Volume 49 no. 3 (February 2019)

EDITORIAL

  • The Editor Thinks
  • Ted Matlow, 271-

ARTICLES

  • Reinventing Health Law : The Elusive Search for the Centre
    • Yola S. Ventresca, 272-
  • Humdrum Becomes a Headache : Lawyers Notarizing Pseudolegal Commercial Argument Documents
    • Donald J. Netolitzky, 279-
  • A Purposive Approach to Privilege in the Contexts of Internal Investigations
    • Gerald Chan and Carlo Di Carlo, 306-
  • Beyond the Shadows of the Past : Eve and Medical Sterilization Reconsidered
    • Yola S. Ventresca, 320-
  • In the Bramble Bush : Implied Consent to Possession of a Motor Vehicle
    • Joshua J.A. Henderson and David Bierstone, 341-
  • Trust as a Factor in Designing Effective Mediation Processes
    • Shannon Moldaver, 351-

CASE COMMENT

  • 1704604 Ontario Ltd. v. Pointes Protection Association : Anti-SLAPP Motions – the Ontario Court of Appeal Points the Way
    • Taylor Hudson, 367-

Canadian Criminal Law Review/Revue canadienne de droit pénal
Volume 24 no. 1 (March 2019)

ARTICLES

  • Revisiting the Conditional Sentence of Imprisonment After 20 years : Is Community Custody Now an Endangered Species?
    • Andrew A. Reid and Julian V. Roberts, 1-
  • Fighting the Culture of Complacency : A Comparative Analysis of Pretrial Delay Remedies in Canada and the United States
    • Myles Anevich, 39-
  • La saisie de données informatiques en droit criminel canadien
    • Laura Ellyson, 79-
  • Criminal Code Reform : Where Do We Stand?
    • Steve Coughlan, 111-
  • Breaking Bail
    • Jillian Williamson, 131-

Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice/Revue canadienne de droit administratif et de pratique
Volume 32 no. 1 (February 2019)

ARTICLES

  • Tribunal Expertise in Judicial Review : A Conceptual Purgatory
    • Cole, Andrea A. and Flaherty, Michelle, 1-
  • Human Rights, National Security and the Rule of Law : A Complex Agenda
    • Addario-Berry, Gina, 27-

CASE COMMENTS

  • Access to Information in Administrative Tribunals : Toronto Star v. The Attorney General of Ontario
    • Phillips, Emma and Dill, Mary-Elizabeth, 45-
  • Parliamentary Sovereignty and Intergovernmental Agreements : Reference re Pan-Canadian Securities Regulation, 2018 SCC 48
    • Daly, Paul, 57-

BOOK REVIEW

  • Administrative Law in Practice : Principles and Advocacy (Toronto : Emond Montgomery Publications, 2018) Lorne Sossin and Emily Lawrence.
    • Dantowitz, Aaron and Gonsalves, Andrea, 63-

Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence
Volume 32 no. 1 (February 2019)

  • Law, Moral Facts and Interpretation : A Dworkinian Response to Mark Greenberg’s Moral Impact Theory of Law
    • Thomas Bustamante, 5-
  • Ocean Commons, Law of the Sea and Rights for the Sea
    • Vito De Lucia, 45-
  • The Problem of Dependency of Corrective Justice : Corrective Entitlements and Private Transactions
    • Helen Eenmaa-Dimitrieva, 59-
  • Correlativity and its Logic : Asymmetry not Equality in the Law
    • Andrew Halpin, 83-
  • Nobody’s Perfect : Moral Responsibility in Negligence
    • Ori J. Herstein, 109-
  • Philosophy and Constitutional Theory : The Cautionary Tale of Jeremy Waldron and the Philosopher’s Stone
    • Kyle L. Murray, 127-
  • The Coxford Lecture : Do Markets Drive Out Traditional Values?
    • Debra Satz, 159-
  • Towards a Linguistic Criticism of Legal Hegeomony : Some remarks on ‘Bentham v. Judges and Co.
    • Guillaume Tusseau, 173-
  • Ronald Dworkin and Duncan Kennedy : Two Views of Interpretation
    • Raef Zreik, 195-

CRITICAL NOTICE

  • Can Human Flourishing Be Liberal? Human Flourishing, Liberatl Theory, and the Arts (Routledge, 2018) Menachem Mautner.
    • Gregory S. Alexander, 235-

BOOK REVIEW

  • Law in Theory and History : New Essays on a Neglected Dialogue (Oxford : Hart, 2016) edited by Maksymilian Del Mar and Michael Lobban.
    • Shivprasad Swaminathan, 249-

Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada
Volume 62 no. 1 (March 2019)

ARTICLES

  • Use of social media in Canadian public administration : Opportunities and barriers in Canada
    • Maria Gintova, 7-
  • Is there performance convergence in OECD public administration styles?
    • Vicente Pina, Lourdes Torres and Emilio Martin, 27-
  • Why electoral reform might improve representation and why it might make it worse
    • Eric Guntermann, 56-
  • Connecting power to protection : The political bases of language commissioners in Canada
    • Andrew McDougall, 77-
  • One step forward, two steps back? Consultant influence on local economic development policy in Canada
    • Evan Cleave, Godwin Arku, and Merlin Chatwin, 96-
  • Local government, multilevel governance, and cluster-based innovation policy : Economic cluster strategies in Canada’s city regions
    • Patrick Galvin, 122-
  • Public servants’ appreciation for themes in public administration scholarship
    • Étienne Charbonneau, Nicholas Bautista-Beauchesne, and Luc Bernier, 151-

NEW FRONTIERS

  • From Felligi to Fonberg : Canada’s Policy Capacity Groundhog Day?
    • Adam Wellstead, 166-

Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques
Volume 44 no. 4 (December 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Do Evaluators Prefer Candidates of Their Own Gender?
    • Vincent Chandler, 289-
  • Gender-Based Analysis Plus in Canada : Problems and Possibilities of Integrating Intersectionality
    • Olena Hankivsky and Linda Mussell, 303-
  • Effects of Minimum Wages on Employment Dynamics and Prices in the Restaurant Sector : Canada, 1983-2016
    • Michele Campolieti, 317-
  • Patterns and Intensity of Use of Homeless Shelters in Toronto
    • Ali Jadidzadeh and Ron Kneebone, 342-
  • In the Footsteps of Mackintosh and Innis : Tracking Canada’s Economic Centre of Gravity since the Great Depression
    • Sébastien Breau, Brian Toy, Mark Brown, Ryan Macdonald, and Oliver T. Coomes, 356-
  • Transition Experiments : Opening Up Low-Carbon Transition Pathways for Canada through Innovation and Learning
    • Daniel Rosenbloom, James Meadowcroft, Stephen Sheppard, Sarah Burch, and Stephen Williams, 368-
  • Occupational Stress Injuries in Two Atlantic Provinces : A Policy Analysis
    • Alan Hall, Rosemary Ricciardelli, Kathleen Sitter, Daniella Simas Medeiros, Catherine de Boer, and Sandra Small, 384-
  • Estimating Under-Claiming of Compensable Workplace Injuries in Alberta, Canada
    • Bob Barnetson, Jason Foster, and Jared Matsunaga-Turnbull, 400-

COMMENTARY

  • Competitive Market Value of Copyright in Music : A Digital Gordian Knot
    • Marcel Boyer, 411-

COMMENT AND REJOINDERS

  • Can “Self-Financing” Redeem the Basic Income Guarantee? Disincentives, Efficiency Cost, Tax Burdens, and Attitudes
    • Jonathan Rhys Kesselman, 423-
  • Is Canada Ready for Real Poverty Reduction through a Universal Guaranteed Basic Income? A Rejoinder to Kessleman’s “Can ‘Self-Financing’ Redeem the Basic Income Guarantee? Disincentives, Efficiency Cost, Tax Burdens, and Attitudes”
    • Harvey Stevens and Wayne Simpson, 438-
  • Can “Self-Financing” Redeem the Basic Income Guarantee? Disincentives, Efficiency Cost, Tax Burdens, and Attitudes : A Rejoinder
    • Robin Broadway, Katherine Cuff, and Kourtney Koebel, 447-

Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques – Volume 45 no. 1 (March 2019)

ARTICLES

  • Do Subnational Trade Agreements Reduce Trade Barriers? Empirical Evidence from Canadian Provinces
    • Eugene Beaulieu and Mustafa Rafat Zaman, 1-
  • Effects of Population Aging on Gross Domestic Product per Capita in the Canadian Provinces : Could Productivity Growth Provide an Offset?
    • Frank T. Denton and Byron G. Spencer, 16-
  • Light Rail Transit and Property Values in Kitchener-Waterloo
    • David R. Johnson and Joseline Nicholas, 32-
  • Literacy, Numeracy, Technology Skill, and Labour Market Outcomes among Indigenous Peoples in Canada
    • Min Hu, Angela Daley, and Casey Warman, 48-
  • Can Competition and Patent Policies Avert the Antibiotic Crisis?
    • Mukesh Eswaran and Nancy Gallini, 74-
  • Household Food Insecurity in Ontario during the Period of Poverty Reduction, 2005-2014
    • Valerie Tarasuk, Na Li, Naomi Dachner, and Andrew Mitchell, 93-

Journal of Environmental Law and Practice
Volume 32 no. 2 (March 2019)

ARTICLES

  • The Case for a Southern Resident Killer Whale Emergency Protection Order under Canada’s Species at Risk Act
    • Nicolas Rehberg-Besler & Cameron S.G. Jefferies, 137-
  • Designing Criteria to Evaluate Equity to Indigenous People in Impact Assessment and Environmental Decision-Making : A Literature Review
    • Rebeca Macias Gimenez, 163-

EMERGING SCHOLAR CONTRIBUTION

  • Canada and the Global Pact for the Environment : A Strategic Legal Analysis
    • Sean M. Grassie, 207-

McGill Law Journal/Revue de droit de McGill
Volume 63 no. 2 (December 2017)

ARTICLES

  • Law Enforcement Access to Encrypted Data : Legistlative Responses and the Charter
    • Steven Penney and Dylan Gibbs, 201-
  • Origines et évolution du droit québécois d l’absence : de l’existence incertaine aux présomptions de vie et de mort
    • Étienne Cloutier, 247-
  • Le concept d’autonomie dans l’arrêt Carter c. Canada : Au-delà du libre-choix
    • Karine Millaire, 283-
  • Cabinet Immunity in Canada : The Legal Black Hole
    • Yan Campagnola, 315-
  • Expanding the Parameters of Participatory Public Law : A Democratic Right to Public Participation and the State’s Duty of Public Consultation
    • Mary Liston, 375-

INAUGURAL LECTURE OF THE FRE SCOTT PROFESSOR/CONFÉRENCE INAUGURALE DU PROFESSEUR FR SCOTT

  • Toward the Unity of Constitutional Value – Or, How to Capture the Pluralistic Hedgehog
    • Mark D. Walters, 419-