New Journals Issues – October 2016

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By Sarah Roussel-Lewis

The Advocates’ Quarterly
Volume 46, Number 1 (September 2016)

  • AABS and SABS: The Evolving World of Ontario Statutory Accident Benefits in 2016 / Philippa G. Samworth
  • The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Canadian Law and the Legal Profession / Matthew E. Castel and J.-G. Castel
  • Discrimination by Fiduciary Protection: Continuing Federal Paternalism in Aboriginal Succession and Inheritance Law / Lionel J. Tupman, Arieh Bloom and Kate Stephens
  • Write Less, Win More / Danielle Murynka
  • Bhasin v. Hrynew: Towards Clarity and Coherence with Respect to Good Faith in Contract Performance? / Nadia Effendi, Heather Pessione and Oliver V. Nguyen
  • Staying and Dismissing Frivolous, Vexatious and Abusive Proceedings: Ontario Rule 2.1 / Brent Kettles

 

Canadian Business Law Journal
Volume 58, Number 2 (September 2016) 

  • Engaging Canadian in Commercial Law Reform: Insights and Lessons from the 2014 Industry Canada Consultation on Insolvency Legislation / Anna Lund
  • Visible Minorities in Directors’ Programs and on Corporate Boards: Evidence from Canada / Anita Anand and Vijay Jog
  • The Trouble with REIT Governance / Paul A.D. Mingay

 

Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Volume 58, Number 4 (October 2016)

  • Explaining the Frequency and Variety of Crimes through the Interaction of Individual and Contextual Risk Factors / Geneviève Parent, Catharine Laurier, Jean-Pierre Guay, and Chantal Fredette
  • Self-Control, Social Consequences, and Steel Youths’ Attitudes Towards Police / Stephen W. Baron
  • Public Support for Conducted Energy Weapons: Evidence from the 2014 Alberta Survey / Temitope B. Oriola, Heather Rollwagen, Nicole Neverson, and Charles T. Adeyanju
  • L’impact des experiences d’impunité sur les riques de récidive pénale / Yanick Charette
  • Comment on Estimating the True Rate of Repeat Victimization from Police-Recorded Crime Data / Simon Demers
  • Human Rights and Federal Corrections: A Commentary on a Decade of Tough on Crime Policies in Canada / Ivan Zinger

 

The Criminal Law Quarterly
Volume 63, Number 4 (October 2016)

  • Introduction to Special Issue on Wrongful Convictions / Kent Roach
  • Crown Culture and Wrongful Convictions / Jerome Kennedy
  • Wrongful Conviction: Drilling Down to Understand Distorted Decision-Making by Prosecutors / Bruce A. MacFarlane
  • The Vulnerability of Aboriginal Suspects when Questioned by Police: Mitigating Risk and Maximizing the Reliability of Statement Evidence / Kerry G. Watkins
  • Forensic Psychology and the Reid Technique of Interrogation: How an Innocent can be Psychologically Coerced into Confession / Nadia Klein
  • R v. Awer and the Dangers of Science in Sheep’s Clothing / Jason M. Chin and Scott Dallen
  • Plea Bargains and Wrongful Convictions / Jerome Kennedy
  • Unlikable and Before the Jury: Does Non-Probative Character Evidence Increase the Risk of Wrongful Conviction? / Ryan Elias

 

 

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