Day: August 9, 2017

New Journals Issues – July 2017

Posted on

By Sarah Roussel-Lewis

The Advocate
Volume 75, Number 4 (July 2017)

  • On the Front Cover: The Honourable Marion J. Allan / Mary Ellen Boyd, Bruce Preston and Mark Weintraub
  • Family Justice Reform in British Columbia and the Northern Navigator Initiative: A Preliminary Review / Nicole Garton
  • The Wit and Wisdom of Mr. Justice Quinn / Georgialee Lang
  • What Every Law Office Can Do to Help the Unrepresented Litigant / Marlene Russo
  • Rise of the Artificial Intelligence Author / James Wagner
  • Equustek: In Reply / Chris Wilson
  • Treating “My Friend” Like My Foe: Incivility in the Courtroom / Anna Wong
  • The Wine Column / Michael Welsh
  • News from CLEBC Society / Ellen Zheng
  • A View from the Centre / Carl Nilsen, John S. Logan and Adrian C. Armstrong
  • Lap Notes / Bena Stock
  • Peter A. Allard School of Law Faculty News / Abby Blinch
  • UVIC Law Faculty News / Julie Sloan
  • TRU Law Faculty News / Bradford W. Morse
  • Nos Disparus / Norman D. Mullins
  • New Books and Media / David Roberts
  • Legal Anecdotes and Miscelanea / Gordon Turriff
  • From our Back Pages: The Judges’ Magic Glasses / Lloyd McKenzie

 

The Advocates’ Quarterly
Volume 47, Number 1 (June 2017)

  • A Review of the Mutual Wills Doctrine: Applicability of the Doctrine and Available Damages for Breach of a Mutual Wills Agreement / Andrea Buncic
  • A Brief History of Arbitration / William G. Horton
  • The Impact of Alternative Fee Structures on Settlement / Caroline E. Abela and Nabila Khan
  • Two Heads are Better Than One: A Settlement Counsel Primer / Mitchell Rose and Paul Neil Feldman
  • Punctuating Social Trends: Re-Examining Reibl v. Hughes and the Emergence of the Docrine of Informed Consent in Canadian Law / Yola S. Ventresca
  • Duties of Care Owed by Public Bodies – A Different Perspective / Hillel David, W. Paul McCague and Peter F. Yaniszewski
  • Dealing with Incivility from Other Counsel / Mana Khami
  • The Characterization of Structured Settelement Payments in Divorce: Hunks v. Hunks / Brittany C. Gillingham
  • Improving the Effectiveness of the Constitutional Damages Remedy: Vancouver (City) v. Ward / Justin Safayeni

 

Canadian Criminal Law Review
Volume 22, Number 2 (June 2017)

  • The (Differential) Utilization of Conditional Sentences among Aboriginal Offenders in Canada / Andrew A. Reid
  • Défendre un accuse pendant un procès pour genocide, crimes contre l’humanité et crimes de guerre au Canada : mission impossible? / Fannie Lafontaine et Fabrice Bousquet
  • Hope for Murderers? International Guidance on Interpreting the Protecting Canadian by Ending Sentence Discounts for Multiple Murders Act / Derek Spencer
  • Gilles Renaud, Book Review of Cross-Examination: The Art of the Advocate by Roger E. Salhany and W.V. Clifford (2017) 22:2 Can Crim L Rev 235

 

Canadian Family Law Quarterly
Volume 36, Number 2 (June)

  • Arbitration of Family Law Disputes in British Columbia / John-Paul Boyd
  • The Child and Family Services Act in Relation to Indigenous Children: Does it Measure up to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report? / Hilary Brown
  • Keeping it in the Family: A Case Against the Retroactive Disclosure of Adoption Records / Justin Abrioux
  • Balec v. Baggott: The Child’s Perspective in Determining Habitual Residence / Martha Bailey
  • Mitchell McInnes, Book Review of Schwisberg: Swarm Before Me (2017) 36:2 Can Fam LQ 233

 

Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Volume 59, Number 3 (July 2017)

  • Race Matters: Public View on Sentencing / Anne-Marie Singh and Jane B. Sprott
  • Aboriginal Incarceration in Canada since 1978: Every Picture Tells the Same Story / Julian V. Roberts and Andrew A. Reid
  • The Social Environment of Daily Life and Perceptions of Police and/or Court Discrimination among African, Caribbean, and Black Youth / Amy Peirone, Elanor Maticka-Tyndale, Kenny Gbadebo, and Jelani Kerr
  • Visitor Inflows and Police Use of Force in a Canadian City / Rémi Boivin and Patricia Obartel
  • Traitement des plaints d’agression sexuelle envers les enfants dans le système de justice criminal Québécois / Agnès Alonzo-Proulx et Mireille Cyr

 

Canadian Journal of Family Law
Volume 30, Number 1 (2017)

  • Family Violence and Evolving Judicial Roles: Judges as Equality Guardians in Family Law Cases / Donna Martinson and Margaret Jackson
  • Addressing Controversies About Esperta in Disputes Over Children / Nicholas Bala, Rachel Birnbaum, and Carly Watt
  • A Feminist Critique of Quevec v. A: Evaluating the Supreme Court’s Divided Opinion on Section 15 and Common Law Support Obligations / Natasha Nukhtar
  • Brenda Cossman, Book Review of Autonomous Motherhood? A Socio-Legal Study of Choice and Constraint by Susan B. Boyd, Dorothy E. Chunn, Fionar Kelly, and Wanda Wiegers (2017) 30:1 Can J Fam L 157