New Journals Issues – December 2016

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By Sarah Roussel-Lewis

The Advocates’ Quarterly
Volume 46, Number 2 (November 2016)

  • Advising the Orthodox Jewish Litigant / Charles B. Wagner, Gregory M. Sidlofsky and Rachael Kwan
  • Some Notable Family Law Cases from 2015-2016 / Julien D. Payne
  • The Limitation of Applications to Pass Accounts / Matthew Furrow and Daniel Zacks
  • The Applicable Rules of Evidence in Federal Court: A Short Primer on a Tricky Question / Michael Shortt


Banking & Finance Law Review
Volume 32, Number 1 (November 2016)

  • On the Margin of Success: The Legal and Regulatory Protections for Customer Margin in the Canadian Derivatives Markets / Christian Chamorro-Courtland
  • Bitcoins: Regulatory Patterns / Andrea Borroni
  • Should Stability Reign? The Consumer Downside of Foregone Competition in Retail Banking Markets / Deborah Healey & Rob Nicholls
  • Big Data Analytics, Big Financial Institutions, and Big Money Fraud Litigation / David Debenham
  • Fraudulent Abuse of Remote Deposit Capture / Bradley Crawford
  • All Obligations Clauses and All Asset Clauses: Something Less than Everything / Roberick J. Wood
  • Crowdfunding in International and National Regulatory Frameworks / Klaus Peter Follak
  • Implications of the Redwater Decision – Where Does the Buck Stop? / Janice Buckingham, Melanie Gaston & Emily Paplawski
  • Sprott Bid Structure Ruled Golden: Targets Lose War over Proxy Battle – Central Gold Trust v. Sprott Asset Management / Diana Nicholls
  • Hossein Nabilou, Book Review of Derivatives in Islamis Finance: Examining the Market Risk Management Framework by Sherif Ayoub (2016) BFLR 203
  • Roy Kreitner, Book Review of Making Money: Coin, Currency, and the Coming of Capitalism (2016) BFLR 209

 

Canadian Business Law Journal
Volume 58, Number 3 (December 2016)

  • Using Machine Learning to Predict Outcomes in Tax Law / Benjamin Alarie, Anthony Niblett and Albert H. Yoon
  • Appraisal Rights Arbitrage: What Can Canada Learn from The Big Brother / Hugo Margoc
  • The Death of Contract, Redux: Boilerplate and the End of Interpretation / Jason MacLean
  • Paths to Reconciliation in a Post-Tsilhqot’in World / Harry Swain
  • Regulatory Coherence and the Mega-Regional Trade Agreements: Lessons from the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement / Dan Ciuriak and Natassia Ciuriak
  • The Status of Intellectual Property Licences in Insolvency Proceedings: A Note on Golden Opportunities Fun Inc. v. Phenomenome Discoveries Inc. / Anthony Duggan

 

McGill Law Journal
Volume 61, Number 4 (June 2016)

  • Introduction: Moving from the Why to the How of Indigenous Law / Fraser Harland
  • An Inside Job: Engaging with Indigenous Legal Traditions through Stories / Val Napoleon and Hadley Friendland
  • WSÁNEĆ Legal Theory and the Fuel Spill at SELEKTEL (Goldstream River) / Robert YELḰÁTTE Clifford
  • Heroes, Tricksters, Monsters, and Caretakers: Indigenous Law and Legal Education / John Borrows
  • The Lifeworlds of Law: On Revitalizing Indigenous Legal Orders Today / Aaron Mills
  • Comprendre la normativité innue en matière d’«adoption» et de garde coutumière / Sébastien Grammond et Christiane Guay
  • Des compétences législatives personnelles en matière d’activités de chasse, de pêche et de piégeage dans les ententes de revendications territoriales : les limites de la cogestion / Geneviève Motard
  • Toward a Bijural Interpretation of the Principles of Respect in Aboriginal Law / Kristen manley-Casimir
  • The Tricksters Speak: Klooscap and Wesakechak, Indigenous Law, and the New Brunswick Land Use Negotiation / Lara Ulrich and David Gill

 

UBC Law Review
Volume 49, Number 3 (November 2016)

  • Demonstration and the Law: Patterns of Law’s Negative Effects on the Ground and the Practical Implications / Basil S. Alexander
  • From Development as Disaster to Disaster as Development: Lessons from the Marseille Plague of 1720 / Saptarishi Bandopadhyay
  • Why Restrain Alienation of Indigenous Lands? / Malcols Lavoie
  • The Tsilhqot’in Decision: Lock, Stock and Barrel, Plus Self-Government / M. Nickason
  • The Unbearable Lightness of Balancing: Towards a Theoretical Framework for the Doctrinal Complexity in Proportionality Analysis in Constitutional Adjudication / Iryna Ponomarenko

 

University of Toronto Law Journal
Volume 67, Number 4 (Fall 2016)

  • Aw in the Future / Benjamin Alarie, Anthony Niblett, & Albert Hyoon
  • Self-Driving Laws / Anthony Casey & Anthony Niblett
  • The Path of the Law: Towards Legal Singularity / Benjamin Alarie
  • The Post-Modern Lawyer: technology and the Democratization of Legal Representation / Albert Hyoon
  • Acquisitive Prescription and Fundamental Rights / Neil Duxbury
  • Rethinking Original Ownership / Yael R. Lifshitz
  • Quantifying Dunsmuir. An Empirical Analysis of the Supreme Court of Canada’s Jurisprudence on Standard of Review / Robert Danay

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