New Journals Issues – January 2018 – Part 3 of 3

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By Sarah Roussel-Lewis

The Criminal Law Quarterly
Volume 65, Numbers 1 & 2 (December 2017)

  • Ontario’s Bill 175 on Policing: Improved Accountability but Lagging Governance
  • If your Body Talks, will the Courts Listen? A Comment on R. v. Rhayel / Helene Love
  • Standards of Suspicion / Steven Penney
  • Removing Fault from the law of Causation / Jeremy Butt
  • Reforming Saskatchewan’s Biased Sentencing Regime / James T.D. Scott
  • We Should Probably Take a Look at That: The Process of Taking a View in Criminal Proceedings / peter Sankoff
  • The Nexus Disconnected: The Demise of the Military Nexus Doctrine / Major (Ret) Thomas E.K. Fitzgerald
  • The Hidden Harms of Arbitrary Detentions of the Psychology of the Detainee and the Reputation of the Administration of Justice / Nick Kaschuk
  • The Criminal Code’s Procurement Crimes: Underused Tools in Canada’s Anti-Corruption Effort / Graham Steele
  • Facial Attacks on Telewarrants: When Police Fail to Define “Impracticable” / Hafeez S. Amarshi
  • Borowiec: Exploring Infanticide, “a particularly dark corner” and Providing Another Reminder of the Need for Reforming Homicide Sentencing / H. Arhcibal Kaiser

Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal
Volume 37, Number 1 (December 2017)

  • RESPs and the Deceased Subscriber / Lorraine Allard and Bernadette Dietrich
  • The Modernization of Trustee Law in Atlantic Canada / Sarah Dykema
  • Foreign Guardians of Property and the Ontario Substitute Decisions Act / Matthew Furrow
  • Multiple Wills in British Columbia / Geoffrey W. White
  • Multiple Wills in Alberta / Nancy Golding
  • Multiple Wills in Saskatchewan / Karen Crellin
  • Multiple Wills in Manitoba / K. Eleanor Wiebe
  • The Use of Multiple Wills as an Estate Planning Technique in Atlantic Canada / Timothy C. Matthews and Gerald S. McMackin
  • Informal Fiduciary Accounting: Who, What, When, Where and Why / Susannah B. Roth
  • Quebec: “La Fente” or Legal Devolution to Relatives of the Half-Blood / Marilyn Piccini Roy
  • Ontario and the Convention on the Law Applicable to Trusts and on their Recognition / K. Thomas Grozinger
  • Who Claim is it Anyway: Who is Entitled to Assert and Settle a Claim with Respect to a Pension Benefits Act Deemed Trust? / Andrea Boctor

McGill Law Journal
Volume 62, Number 4 (Jun. 2017)

  • Conditions géographiques de mise en liberté et de probation imposées aux manifesttants : une atteinte injustifiée aux droits à la liberté d’expression, de réunion pacifique et d’association / Marie-Eve Sylvestre, Francis Villeneuve Ménard, Véronique Fortin, Céline Bellot et Micholas Blomley
  • Undertanding Fiduciary Duties and relationship Fiduciarity / Leonard I. Rotman
  • Le contract de prestations logistiques / Kamelia Kolli et Stéphane Rousseau
  • Le marchand de Venise : le pari et la dette, le jeu et la loi / Fançois Ost
  • Les luttes de clocher en droit comparé / Giorgio Resta
  • The Next Dada Utopian Visionin gPease Orchestra: Constitutional Theory and the Aspirational / Mari Matsuda
  • Follow the Drinking Gourd: Our Road to Teaching Critical Race Theory and Slavery and the Law, Contemplatively, at McGill / Addelle Blackett

Queen’s Law Journal
Volume 43, Number 1 (Fall 2017)

  • Justice for (W)all: Judicial Review and Religion / Patrick Hart
  • R v Bingley and the Importance of Scientifically Guides Legal Analysis / Jason M Chin & Helena Ledgerwood
  • Change in Paradigm or change in Paradox? Gladue Report Practices and Access to Justice / Alexandra Hebert
  • Translating the Conflict over Trinity Western University’s Proposed Law School / Blair Major
  • Mark Walters, Book Review of Freedom and Indigenous Constitutionalism by John Borrows (2017) Queen’s LJ 217.

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