New Journals Issues – November 2016

Posted on

By Sarah Roussel-Lewis

The Advocate
Volume 74, Part 6 (November 2016)

  • Observations of an “Officious Bystander” on Lord Hoffman’s Restatement of the Law of Implied Terms / Martin R. Taylor
  • No Hiding Behind the Corporate Veil: Directors’ and Officers’ Liability in Tort for Inducing Breach of Contract / Ellen Vandergrift
  • The 2016 New Westminster/Fraser Valley Bar Golf Classic / Richard D. Molstad
  • The Dog-File / Catherine Crockett

 

Canadian Tax Journal
Volume 64, Number 3 (2016)

  • When Do the Stop-Loss Rules Apply? Transactions Involving Foreign Affiliates After the 2012 Technical Bill / Jim Samuel
  • Finances of the Nationa: The Tax Recognition of Children in Canada: Exemptions, Credits, and Cash Transfers
  • Current Cases: (SCC) Canada (Attorney General) v. Chambre des notaires du Québec; (SCC) Canada (National Revenue) v. Thomson; (FAC) TDL Group Co. v. Canada
  • Personal Tax Planning / Planification fiscal personnelle: non-Resident Trusts: Selected Interpretive and Planning Issues – Part 2 / Fiducies non-résidentes : Planification et interpretation – Deuxième partie

 

McGill Law Journal
Volume 61, Number 3 (March 2016)

  • Resisting Criminal Organizations: Reconceptualizing the “Political” in International Refugee Law / Amar Khoday
  • Can Better Law Be Married with Corrective Justice or Evil Laws? / Sagi Peari
  • Non-Linear Innovation / Michal Shr-Ofry
  • Les expulsions pour arriérés de loyer au Québec : un contentieux de masse / Martin Gallié, Julie Brunet et Richard-Alexandre Laniel
  • La philosophie politique et the Code civil du Québec : l’exemple de la notion de patrimoine / Laurence Ricard

 

University of New Brunswick Law Journal
Volume 67, 2016

  • Unextinguished: Rights and The Indian Act / John Borrows
  • Maritime Cooperation: A Unique Runway and an Urgent Need to Take Off / Wade MacLaughlin
  • After Tsilhqot’In Nation: The Aboriginal Title Question in Canada’s Maritime Provinces / Robert Hamilton
  • Back to the Future: Reconciliation and Indigenous Sovereignty after Tsilhqot’In / Felix Hoehn
  • Stepping into Canada’s Shoes: Tsilhqot’In, Grassy Narrows and the Division of Powers / Bruce McIvor and Kate Gunn
  • Indigenous Peoples: Caught in a Perpetual Human Rights Prison / Larry Chartrand
  • Living Legal Traditions: Mi’Kmaw Justice in Nova Scotia / L. Jane McMillan
  • Indian Act By-Laws: A Viable Means for First Nations to (Re)Assert Control over Local Matters Now and Not Later / Naiomi Metallic
  • From Consultation to Consent: Squaring the Circle? / Michael Coyle
  • Navigating Through Narratives of Despair: Making Space for the Cree Reasonable Person in the Canadian Justice System / Hadley Friedland
  • Indigenous Restorative Justice: Approaches, Meaning & Possibility / Jeffrey G. Hewitt
  • Framing Aboriginal Title as the (Mis)Recognition of Indigenous Law / Matthew V. W. Moulton
  • Wandering Without a Torch: Federalism as a Guiding Light / Mark Mancini

 

Tell us what you think

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s