New Journals Issues – September 2016

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By Sarah Roussel-Lewis

The Advocate
Volume 74, Number 5 (September 2016)

  • The Honourable Anne Rowles / Nacy Morrison
  • Sale of Strata Land / Ronald Wilson
  • South Africa at a Constitutional Crossroads / Michael Wilson
  • Medical Marijuana in the Workplace – Don’t Weed Out Your Employees Just Yet! / Shafik Bhalloo and Alisha Parmar
  • Announcing the 2017 Advocate Short Fiction Competition

 

Alberta Law Review
Volume 53, Number 4 (July 2016)

  • Reflections on the Career of Professor Lewis Klar / Ellen Picard
  • Toward Tort Liability for Bad Samaritans / Allen Linden
  • Apportionment of Damages for Contributory Negligence: The Causal Potency Criterion / James Goudkamp and Lewis Klar
  • Multi-party Disputes: Equities Between Concurrent Tortfeasors / Elizabeth Adjin-Tettey
  • Contribution Between Negligent Tortfeasors and Unjust Enrichment: An Outline of a Solution to the “No Benefit to B” Issue / David Cheifetz
  • Do We Really Need the Anns Test for Duty of Care in Negligence? / Joost Blom
  • Misusing the “No Duty” Doctrine in Tort Decisions: Following the Restatement (Third) of Torts Would Yield Better Decisions / Stephen D Sugarman
  • Prenatal Harm and the Duty of Care / Erin L Nelson
  • Unique Public Duties of Care: judicial Activism in the Supreme Court of Canada / Bruce Feldthusen
  • To Serve and Protect Whom? Proximity in Cases of Police Failure to Protect / Erika Chamberlain
  • Theorizing the Institutional Tortfeasor / Margaret Isabel Hall
  • The Rise and Fall of Plaintiff-Friendly Causation / Vaughan Black
  • Tate & Lyle: Pure Economic Loss and the Modern Tort of Public Nuisance / J W Neyers and Andrew Botterell

 

Dalhousie Law Journal
Volume 39, Number 1 (Spring 2016)

  • Death to Semelhago! / Bruce Ziff
  • Of Lodestars and Lawyers: Incorporating the Duty of Loyalty into the Model Code of Conduct / Colin Jackson, Richard Devlin & Brent Cotter
  • Nom de Plume: Who Writes the Supreme Court’s “By the Court” Judgments? / Peter McCormick
  • Limiting the Legal Liability of Religious Institutions for their Clergy: Cavanaugh v. Grenville Christian College / M H Ogilvie
  • Agonizing Identity in Mental Health Law and Policy (Part II): A Political Taxonomy of Psychiatric Subjectification / Sheila Wilderman
  • High Freshets and Low-Lying Farms: Property Law and St. John River Flooding in Colonial New Brunswick / Jason Wildeman
  • Doctoral Studies in law: From the Inside Out / Dia Dabby, Bethany Hastie & Jocelyn Stacey
  • Public Institutions as Defamation Plaintiffs / Hilary Young
  • Legal Barriers to Age Discrimination in Hiring Complaints / Pnina Alon-Shenker
  • Not Ideas of the Thing but the Thing Itself: Imagining a Support Group for Separated and Divorces Fathers as a Site of Legal Education / Thomas McMorrow
  • Sabrina Tremblay-Huet, Book Review of Canadian Perspectives on Animals and the Law by Vaughan Black, Peter Sankoff and Katie Sykes (2016) 39:1 DLJ 349

 

Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal
Volume 35, Number 4 (August 2016)

  • Clayton v. Clayton in the New Zealand Supreme Court: It’s Hard to Keep a Good Court Down / Joel Nitikman
  • Charity Law Update – Testamentary Charitable Giving – The New Regime and Other Legislative Changes / M Elena Hoffstein
  • The Shift to Jointly-Governed Pension Plans: A Discussion of Fiduciary Obligations and Duty of Fair Representation of Unions / Jason R Paquette
  • Undue Influence and the Lawyer’s Dilemma / Laurie Redden

 

McGill Law Journal
Volume 61, Number 2 (December 2015)

  • The Fractured Right to Vote: Democracy, Discretion, and Designing Electoral Districts / Michael Pal
  • Victim Pays Damages to Tortfeasor: The When and Wherefore / Benjamin Shmueli and Yuval Sinai
  • L’interaction entre le droit civil et le droit du travail et ses effets pratiques sur le travail atypique : le rôle du contrat dans l’accès aux regimes de protection des travailleurs / Graciele Barrière et Guylaine Vallée
  • Les lois spéciales de retour au travail : enjeux institutionnels et constitutionnels / Renée-Claude Drouin et Gilles Trudeau
  • Les principes généraux de la justice civile et le nouveau Code de procédure civile / Frédéric Bachand

 

UBC Law Review
Volume 49, Number 2 (August 2016)

  • The Professionalization of BC Notaries 1981-2010: From the Brink of Elimination to the Brin of Expansion / Ann Gourley
  • The Regulation of Synthetic Nucleic Acids Under the Human Pathogens and Toxins Act / Gregory Hagen
  • The Challenge to Multiculturalism: hate Speech Ban in Japan / Shigenori Matsui
  • “Mere Evidence”? Why Customs Searches of Digital Devices Violate Section 8 of the Charter / Steven Penney
  • Reconsidering a Lawyer’s Obligation to Raise Adverse Authority / Stephen G A Pitel and Yu Seon Gadsden-Chung
  • Common Property Redux / Michael Robertson
  • Unjust Factors, Absence of Juristic Reason and the Development of Canadian Unjust(ified?) Enrichment Law / Duncan Sheehan
  • Collaborative Law at 25: A Canadian Study of a Global Phenomenon / Martha E Simmons
  • The Agency Cost Case for Regulating Proxy Advisory Firms / Bryce C Tingle
  • Rare Diseases and Resource Allocation Policy: The Role of Canadian Legal and Ethical Norms / Timothy Caulfield and Meaghan Toews
  • Van der Peet Turns 20: Revisiting the Rights Equation and Building a New Test for Aboriginal Rights / Kenji Tokawa
  • On Pardons and Miscarriages of Justice: Extracting and Dissecting Institutional Bias From the Conviction Review Framework in Canada / Reem Zaia

 

University of Toronto Law Journal
Volume 67, Number 3 (Summer 2016)

  • The Future of Law and Development / Mariana Mota Prado
  • Law and Development: Forty Years after ‘Scholars in Self-Estrangement’ / David M Trubek
  • Between Universalism and Relativism: reflections on the Evolution of Law and Development Studies / Michael Trebilcock
  • Enhancing Moral Relationships Through Strict Liability / Seana Valentine Shiffrin
  • Taking Responsibility and Trusting Others: A Response to Shiffrin / Sophia Moreau
  • The Utopian Promise of Private Law / Hanoch Dagan
  • Hamish Stewart, Book Review of Capital in the Twenty-First Century by Thomas Piketty (2016) 67:3 UTLJ 418

 

 

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