Recent Tables of Contents - May 2017


Appeal – Volume 22 (2017)

Banking & Finance Law Review/Revue de droit bancaire et de finance – Volume 32 no. 2 (April 2017)

Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal – Volume 20 no. 1 (2017)

Canadian Tax Journal/Revue fiscal canadienne – Volume 65 no. 1 (2017)

Constitutional Law/Droit constitutionnel – Volume 37 no. 1 (March 2017)

The Criminal Law Quarterly – Volume 64 nos. 1 & 2 (March 2017)

Intellectual Property Journal/Revue de propriété intellectuelle – Volume 29 no. 2 (April 2017)

Journal of Law & Equality – Volume 12 (Fall 2016)

Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law/Revue de droit parlementaire et politique – Volume 11 no. 1 (March 2017)

Relations industrielles/Industrial relations – Volume 72 no. 1 (Winter 2017)

Review of Constitutional Studies/Revue d’études constitutionnelles – Volume 22 no. 1 (April 2017)

University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 67 no. 2 (Spring 2017)



Volume 22 (2017)


·         Ian Gauthier and Alexa Ferguson, 1-


·         Decontextualized Rights : Concerns Regarding the Bedford Section 7 Framework in the Health Care Context of the Cambie Surgery Center Trial

o   Kathryn Costain, 3-

·         A New Hope, or a Charter Menace? The New Labour Trilogy’s Implications for Labour Law in Canada

o   Leila Geggie Hurst, 25-

·         Legal Technology : Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Law Practice

o   Mark McKamey, 45-

·         A Pragmatic Approach to Federalism in the Aboriginal Context : Lessons from the Nisga’a Final Agreement

o   Étienne F. Lacombe, 59-

·         Using Section 24(1) Charter Damages to Remedy Racial Discrimination in the Criminal Justice System

o   Gabriella Jamieson, 71-

·         Reconciling Crown and Indigenous Legal Orders : The Reciprocal Benefits of Reserving an Indigenous Seat on the Supreme Court of Canada

o   Kayla Cheeke, 97-


Banking & Finance Law Review/Revue de droit bancaire et de finance

Volume 32 no. 2 (April 2017)


·         Financial Stability Authorities and Macroprudential Regulation

o   Andrew Godwin, Steve Kourabas and Ian Ramsay, 223-

·         Central Clearing and the Time Crunch : The Resolution of a Canadian Clearing Member

o   Alexandra Neacsu Monkhouse, 255-

·         Bank Proprietary Trading and Investment in Private Funds : Is the Volcker Rule a Panacea or Yet Another Maginot Line?

o   Hossein Nabilou, 297-


·         Private Lines of Credit for Law Students and Medical Students : A Canadian Perspective

o   Stephanie Ben-Ishal, Saul Schwartz and Nancy Werk, 343-

·         Viability of Introducing Takaful (Islamic Insurance) in India : Views of Politicians

o   Syed Ahmed Salman, Hafiz Majdi Ab. Rashid and Sheila Nu Nu Htay, 389-


·         The New Contractual Principle of Good Faith and the Banks

o   Bradley Crawford, 407-

·         The Supreme Court of Canada Rules on When Lenders May Share Personal Information without Violating Federal Privacy Legislation

o   Jeffrey J. Simpson, 417-


·         Resolution and Insolvency of Banks and Financial Institutions (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2016) Michael Shillig

o   Maziar Peihani, 423-

·         Transnational Securities Law (Oxford, UK : Oxford University Press, 2014) Edited by Thomas Keijser

o   Christian Chamorro-Courtland, 429-

·         Between Debt and the Devil : Money, Credit and Fixing Global Finance (Princeton and Oxford : Princeton University Press, 2015) Adair Turner

o   Florian Gamper, 435-


Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal

Volume 20 no. 1 (2017)


·         Constitutionnalisation du droit du travail et transformation du devoir de représentation syndicale : quelques questionnements concernant les clauses «orphelin»

o   Diane Gagné et Marie-Josée Dupuis, 1-

·         Aftermath of the SCC’s Potter Decision : The Interaction between Constructive Dismissal and Mitigation of Damages Still Requires Attention

o   Kelly VanBuskirk, 43-

·         Towards a Model of Third-Party Liability for Wage Theft : Lessons from Other Regulatory Regimes

o   Kellie Mildren, 69-


Papers from a Roundtable at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, September 24, 2015

·         Introduction

o   Simon Archer & Sara Slinn, 101-

·         Recent Developments in Unionizing the Precarious Workforce : The Exemption Regimes of Care Workers and Farm Workers in Quebec

o   Anne-Julie Rolland, 107-

·         Protecting Concerted Action Outside the Union Context

o   Brishen Rogers & Simon Archer, 141-

·         Nonunion Representation in Law and Practice

o   Daphne Taras, 175-

·         Public Rights and Private Remedies : Reflections on Enforcing Employment Standards through Grievance Arbitration

o   Elizabeth Shilton, 201-

·         Just Notice Reform : Enhanced Statutory Termination Provisions for the 99%

o   Bruce Curran & Sara Slinn, 229-

·         Concluding Remarks

o   Harry Arthurs, 269-


Canadian Tax Journal/Revue fiscal canadienne

Volume 65 no. 1 (2017)


·         Dividend Taxation and Stock Returns : Time-Series Analysis of Canada and Comparison with the United States

o   Gulraze Wakil and Howard Nemiroff, 1-


·         Editor’s Introduction : Canada and the Patent Box

o   Alan Macnaughton and Kevin Milligan, 37-

·         Patent Box Regimes : A Vehicle for Innovation and Sustainable Economic Growth

o   Albert De Luca and Joanne Hausch, 39-

·         The Uneasy Case for a Canadian Patent Box

o   Robin Boadway and Jean-François Tremblay, 61-


·         Douglas J. Sherbaniuk Distinguished Writing Award/Prix d’excellence en rédaction Douglas J. Sherbaniuk, 73-

·         Canadian Tax Foundation Regional Student-Paper Awards/Prix régionaux du meilleur article par un étudiant de la Fondation canadienne de fiscalité, 75-

·         Best Newsletter Article by a Young Practitioner Award/Prix pour le meilleur article de bulletin par un jeune fiscaliste, 83-


·         Finances of the Nation – Survey of Provincial and Territorial Budgets, 2016-2017

o   Vivien Morgan, 87-

·         Current Cases – (SCC) Jean Coutu Group (PJC) Inc. v. Canada (Attorney General); (SCC) Canada (Attorney General) v. Fairmont Hotels Inc.; (SCC) Canada (Attorney General) v. Igloo Vikski Inc.; (TCC) Granofsky v. The Queen; (TCC) Davies v. The Queen

o   Co-Editors: Ryan L. Morris and Michael D. Templeton, 147-

·         International Tax Planning – Cross-Border Consolidation and the Foreign Affiliate Rules

o   Michael Black, 173-

·         Personal Tax Planning – The Capital Gains exemption : Selected Planning Issues Related to Qualified Small Business Corporation Shares

o   Matthew Mammola and Jacob Youn, 191-

·         Planification fiscal personnelle – L’exemption pour gains en capital : Quelques problématiques de planification relatives aux actions admissibles de petites entreprises

o   Matthew Mammola and Jacob Youn, 215-

·         Corporate Tax Planning – Deductibility of Expenses in Merger and Acquisition Transactions

o   Christopher J. Steeves and Corum Van Esch, 241-

·         Current Tax Reading

o   Co-Editors: Robin Boadway, Kim Brooks, Jinyan Li, and Alan Macnaughton, 271-


Constitutional Law/Droit constitutionnel

Volume 37 no. 1 (March 2017)

This volume includes the special issue on Constitutional Transitions and the Period between Old and New Constitutions


·         The Making of a Common Cause? The Development of a Community of Constitutional Courts and Whether it Entails a Responsibility to Support

o   Michael Elliot, 1-

·         Examining Constitutional Transitions

o   Richard S. Kay, 35-

·         What is a Constitutional Transition?

o   Joel Colon-Rios, 43-

·         Constitutional Transitions, Abuse Constitutionalism and Conventional Constraint

o   Oran Doyle, 67-


The Criminal Law Quarterly

Volume 64 nos. 1 & 2 (March 2017)


·         Repealing C-51’s Problematic Aspects is Not Enough

o   Kent Roach, 1-


·         Matthew S. Estabrooks, 5-


·         Child Victims of Sexual Assault : Re-Examining the Adversarial Process

o   Larry C. Wilson, 53-

·         Persons with Intellectual Disabilities and the Criminal Justice System : A View from Criminal Justice Professionals in Ontario

o   Voula Marinos, Dorothy Griffiths, Jennifer Robinson, Leanne Gosse, Christina Fergus, Samantha Stromski, Kelsey Rondeau, 83-

·         Sections 7 and 1 of the Charter after Bedford, Carter, and Smith : Different Questions, Same Answers?

o   Mark Carter, 108-

·         Canadian Prosecutors’ Knowledge and Beliefs Concerning the Science Behind the Fallibility of Eyewitness Testimony

o   Ian Fraser, Louise Bond-Fraser, Barry Morrison and Emily Ready, 137-

·         Unleashing the Paper Tiger : How the Abuse of Process Doctrine Can Overcome Charter Limitations

o   Adelina Iftene, 147-

·         Section 11(b) : A Case of the Trees Blocking LaForest

o   Daved Muttart, 173-

·         A Criminal or Therapeutic Justice System? Examining Specialized Treatment Courts

o   Judge Orr, 180-

·         Reconceptualizing De Minimis Non Curat Lex

o   Colton Fehr, 200-

·         Will DPAs Lead to Better White Collar Compliance?

o   Norm Keith, 225-

·         R. v. Jordan : It’s Effect on Cases Already in the System

o   Wayne Gorman, 239-


·         Ethics and Criminal Law.  2nd ed. (Toronto, Ont. : Irwin Law Inc., 2015) David Layton and Michel Proulx

o   Micah B. Rankin, 266-


Intellectual Property Journal/Revue de propriété intellectuelle

Volume 29 no. 2 (April 2017)


·         Learning the Law, Living the Law

o   Roger T. Hughes, 175-

·         Enhancing Canada’s Patent System to Support Innovation

o   Agnès Lajoie, 183-


·         Canadian and International Traditional Knowledge and Cultural Expression Systems

o   Robert K. Paterson, 191-

·         The Trans-Pacific Partnership : Intellectual Property, Public Health, and Access to Essential Medicines

o   Matthew Rimmer, 277-

·         Negotiating with Ghosts : The Arbitrariness of Copyright Terms

o   Jordan Fine, 333-


·         Biodiversity, Access, and Benefit-Sharing : Global Case Studies (Routledge : New York, 2015) Daniel F. Robinson

o   Oluwatobiloba Moody, 355-


Journal of Law & Equality

Volume 12 (Fall 2016)



·         Gendering Civil Liberties and Gendering Dissent : An Introduction

o   Charis Kamphuis, Sonia Lawrence, Estair Van Wagner, Cara Zwibel, 3-

·         Accessible Information and Democratic Dissent : Who Counts?

o   Jennifer Raso, 13-

·         Rejecting Evidence for Justice : The Anti-Women Politics of Canadian Conservatism

o   Veronica Strong-Boag, 39-

·         “They Catch You Doing the Simple, Human Things” : CCTV, Policing, and Gendered Exposure

o   Amanda Glasbeek, 63-

·         The Migration Footprint : Sex Equality, Competing Identities, and the Migration Continuum

o   Asha Kaushal, 89-

·         Women in Prison : Liberty, Equality, and Thinking Outside the Bars

o   Debra Parkes, 127-

·         “Gendering Big Brother” : What Should a Feminist Do?

o   Jane Bailey, 157-


Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law/Revue de droit parlementaire et politique

Volume 11 no. 1 (March 2017)


·         The Application of a Standard in Democracy

o   Gregory Tardi, 5-


·         Privilège parlementaire : une jurisprudence à récrire

o   Maxime St-Hilaire, 11-


·         Parliamentary and Judicial Implications of Americanizing Canada’s Counter-Terrorism Initiatives

o   Amanda Dipaolo, Jamie Gillies, 21-

·         Two Cheers for a Cabinet Manual (And a Note of Caution)

o   Ryan Patrick Alford, 41-

·         The Senate Residency Requirement and the Constitution : “He Shall be Resident in the Province”

o   Don Desserud, 61-

·         Design of the Past Decade : Private Members Bills in the Votability Era

o   Charlie Feldman, 99-

·         When the Bell Tolls for Parliament : Dissolution by Efflux of Time

o   James W.J. Bowden, 129-


·         A Way Ahead with Russia

o   Christopher Westdal, 145-

·         Section 93 : Why Canada Needs to Prune the Living Tree

o   Natalia Rodriguez, 153-


·         The Reform Act, 2014 : A Critical Analysis

o   Adrian Pel, 177-


·         Playing the Trump Card : The Judiciary as the Citizen’s Last Line of Defence

o   Megan Ma, 217-


·         Including Emerging Litigation / Comprenant les litiges en voie de développement

o   Gregory Tardi, 229-


·         Courts and Political Institutions : A Comparative View (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2003) Tim Koopmans

o   Stephanie Feldman, 239-

·         Electile Dysfunction : A Guide for Unaroused Voters (New York : Rosetta Books, 2016) Alan Dershowitz

o   Gregory Tardi, 243-


Relations industrielles/Industrial relations

Volume 72 no. 1 (Winter 2017)


Occupational Health and Safety (OHS)/Santé et sécurité au travail (SST)

·         Guest Editors/éditeurs invités: Katherine Lippel, Richard Johnstone and/et Geneviève Baril-Gingras

Introduction (anglais/français)

·         Regulation, Change and the Work Environment

·         Régulation, changement et environnement du travail

o   Katherine Lippel, Richard Johnstone and/et Geneviève Baril-Gingras, 3-


·         Private Governance, State Regulation and Employment Standards : How Political Factors Shape their Nexus in Australian Horticulture

o   Elsa Underhill and Malcolm Rimmer, 33-

·         Protection for Migrant Workers under Evolving Occupational Health and Safety Regimes in China

o   Mankui Li, 56-

·         Precarious Employment and Difficult Daily Commutes

o   Stéphanie Premji, 77-

·         «Travailler la nuit pour voir ses enfants, ce n’est pas l’idéal!»

Marge de manœuvre pour concilier vie familiale et horaires atypiques d’agentes et d’agents de nettoyage du secteur des transports

o   Mélanie Lefrançois, Johanne Saint-Charles et Karen Messing, 99-

·         Workplace Death at Sea : Chinese Surviving Families’ Experiences of Compensation Claims

o   Desai Shan, 125-

·         Science asservie et invisibilité des cancers professionnels : études de cas dans le secteur minier en France

o   Annie Thébaud-Mony, 149-


·         Pratiques de gestion des ressources humaines et stratégies d’innovation en France : les apports de l’enquête REPONSE 2011

o   Alice Le Flanchec, Astrid Mullenbach-Servayre et Jacques Rojot, 173-


·         Finding a Voice at Work? New Perspectives on Employment Relations (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2015) Edited by Stewart Johnstone and Peter Ackers

o   Marick F. Masters, 203-

·         L’activité en théories. Regards croisés sur le travail (Toulouse : Octarès Éditions, 2016) Dirigé par Marie-Anne Dujarier, Corinne Gaudart, Anne Gillet et Pierre Lénel

o   Mircea Vultur, 205-

·         Hell’s History : The USW’s Fight to Prevent Workplace Deaths and Injuries from the 1992 Westray Mine (Toronto : United Steelworkers/Metallos, 2016) Tom Sandborn

o   Mark Thompson, 207-

·         Quand travailler enferme dans la pauvreté et la précarité : travailleuses et travailleurs pauvres au Québec et dans le monde (Montréal : Presses de l’Université du Québec, 2014) Carole Yerochewski

o   Frédérick Plamondon, 209-

·         Recruitment and Selection in Canada. 6th ed. (Toronto : Nelson Education, 2016) Victor M. Catano, Willi H. Wiesner, and Rick D. Hackett

o   Stéphanie Maillet, 210-

·         Réguler l’économie : l’apport des organisations patronales (Rennes : Presses universitaires de Rennes, Coll. Pour une histoire du travail, 2016) Dirigé par Danièle Fraboulet, Michel Margairaz et Pierre Verrus

o   Yasmine Mohamed, 212-

·         Lost Champions : Four Men, Two Teams, and the Breaking of Pro Football’s Color Line (New York : Bloomsbury, 2016) Gretchen Atwood

o   Braham Dabscheck, 214-


Review of Constitutional Studies/Revue d’études constitutionnelles

Volume 22 no. 1 (April 2017)



·         Introduction

o   Philippe Lagassé and Nicholas A. MacDonald, 1-

·         If the Queen Has No Reserve Powers Left, What Is the Modern Monarchy For?

o   Robert Hazell and Bob Morris, 5-

·         Royal Succession, Abdication, and Regency in the Realms

o   Anne Twomey, 33-

·         Some Observations on the Queen, the Crown, the Constitution, and the Courts

o   Warren J. Newman, 55-

·         Royal Treatment : The Crown’s Special Status in Administrative Law

o   Paul Daly, 81-

·         On the Formation of Government

o   Hugo Cyr, 103-


University of Toronto Law Journal

Volume 67 no. 2 (Spring 2017)


·         Editor’s note

o   David Dyzenhaus, 125-

·         Why judges should dissent

o   Peter W. Hogg & Ravi Amarnath, 126-

·         The role of dissents in appellate judging

o   Freda M. Steel, 142-

·         ‘Writing separately’

o   Robert G. Richards, 149-

·         Ten theses on dissent

o   Marie-Claire Belleau & Rebecca Johnson, 156-


·         Against racial profiling

o   Amit Pundik, 175-

·         Commodification and the allocation of care and responsibility for children

o Wanda Wiegers, 206-