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Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal
Volume 36, Number 3 (May 2017)

  • Five Years Later: Ambiguities and Oddities in Alberta’s Wills and Succession Act / Stephen Arhcibald and Mitchell McInnes
  • A Case for Uniformly Abolishing the Rule Against Perpetuities in Canadian Trust Law / Peter Roy Cotton-O’Brien
  • The Evolution of the Law with Respect to Beneficiaries’ Rights to Information: Where are We Now, and What are the Practical Implications? / Sarah Dukema
  • October 3, 2016 Changes to the Principal Residence Deduction / David G. Thompson
  • Margaret R. O’Sullivan, Book Review of Passing Wealth On Death: Will Substitutes in Comparative Perspective by Alexandra Braun and Anne Röthel (2017) ETPJ 299.
  • Howard S. Simmons, Book Review of Macdonell, Sheard and Hull on Probate Practice by Ian M. Hull and Suzana Popovic-Montag (2017) ETPJ 304.
  • Simon Archer, Book Review of Empty Promises: Why Workplace Pension law Doesn’t Deliver Pensions by Elizabeth J. Shilton (2017) ETPJ 308.

 

Queen’s Law Journal
Volume 42, Number 2 (Spring 2017)

  • An Unfair and Costly Burden: Assessing the Impact of Section 794(2) of the Criminal Code on the Criminal Justice System / Peter Sankoff, Sarah Denholm & Brandyn Rodgerson
  • Grounding Equality in Social Relations: Suspect Classification, Analagous Grounds and Relational Theory / Jessica Eisen
  • (Re-)Constitutionalizing Duress and Necessity / Colton Fehr
  • Assessing Damages for the Public Disclosure of Private Facts: The Case of Jane Doe 464533 v ND / Evan Rankin
  • Matthew Welch, Book Review of Lawfare: Law as a Weapon of War by Orde F. Kittrie (2017) Queen’s LJ 147.

 

UBC Law Review
Volume 50, Number 2 (June 2017)

  • Leaks in the System: Environmental Flows, Aboriginal Rights, and the Modernization Imperative for Water Law in British Columbia / Deborah Curran
  • Another Good Things: Ross River Council v Canada in the Yukon Court of Appeal, Or: Indigenous Title, “Presentism” in Law and History, and Judge Begbie Puzzle Revisited / Hamar Foster
  • Property and Sovereignty: An Indian Reserve and a Canadian City / Douglas C. Harris
  • Cutting the Cord: The Independence of Corporate Spinoffs in Canada / Duncan Melville
  • Intersecting Challenges: Mothers and Child Protection Law in BC / Judith Mosoff, Isabel Grant, Susan B. Boyd and Ruben Lindy
  • Originalist Reasoning in Canadian Constitutional Jurisprudence / Léonid Sirota and Benjamin Oliphant

 

Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues
Volume 38 (May 2017)

  • More Than Wishful Thinking: Recent Developments in Recognizing the “Right to Housing” Under s. 7 of the Charter / Scott McAlpine
  • The Law, Psychiatry and Pathologization of Gender-Confirming Surgery for Transgender Ontarians / Matthew P. Ponsford
  • “I simply do no Believe…”: A Case Study of Credibility Determinations in Canadian Refugee Adjudication / Sean Rehaag
  • Gamete Donor Anonymity in Canada: An Overview of Potential

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The Advocate
Volume 75, Number 3 (May 2017)

  • On the Front Cover: Joseph J. Avery, Q.C. / Catherine Bois Parker and Murray Rankin
  • Let the Sky Fall: Lawyers in the History of British Columbia Moutaineering – Part II – The Moutaineers / David Crerar, Anders Ourom and Harry Crerar
  • Section 10(b) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms: Legal Advice / Glen Orris
  • Making the Case for Revisiting Standard of Review: Edmonton (City) v. Edmonton East (Capilano) Shopping Centre Ltd. / Kathryn L Kickbush
  • Case Comment: R (On the Application of Miller and Another) v. Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union / Ashley Cochran and Heather Cochran
  • The Wine Column / Paul Daykin and Bruno de Vita
  • The Sparkling Wine Column / Derek LaCroix
  • News from BC Law Institute / Lisa A. Peters
  • News from CLEBC Society / Susan Munro
  • News from Lawyers’ Rights Watch Canada / David F. Sutherland
  • Lap Notes / Derek LaCroix
  • Peter A. Allard School of Law Faculty News / Abby Blinch
  • UVIC Law Faculty News / Julie Sloan
  • TRU Law Faculty News / Bradford W. Morse
  • Legal Anecdotes and Miscellanea / Ludmila B. Herbst and Julie Nadalini

 

Banking & Finance Law Review
Volume 32, Number 2 (April 2017)

  • Financial Stability Authorities and Macroprudential Regulation / Andrew Godwin, Steve Kourabas and Ian Ramsay
  • Central Clearing and the Time Crunch – The Resolution of a Canadian Clearing Member / Alexandra Neacsu Monkhouse
  • Bank Proprietary Trading and Investment in Private Funds: Is the Volcker Rule a Panacea or Yet Another Maginot Line? / Hossein Nabilou
  • Private Lines of Credit for Law Students and Medical Students: A Canadian Perspective / Stephanie Ben-Ishai, Saul Schwartz and Nancy Werk
  • Viability of Introducing Takaful (Islamic Insurance) in India: View of Politicians / Syed Ahmed Salman, Hafiz Majdi Ab. Rashid and Sheila Nu Nu Htay
  • The New Contractual Principles of Good Faith and the Banks / Bradyley Crawford
  • The Supreme COur tof Canada Rules on When Lenders May Share Personal Information without Violating Federal Privacy Legislation / Jeffrey J. Simpson
  • Maziar Peihani, Book Review of Resolution and Insolvency of Banks and Financial Institutions by Michael Schillig (2017) BFLR 423.
  • Christian Chamorro-Courtland, Book Review of Transnational Securities Law by Thomas Keijser (2017) BFLR 429.
  • Florian Gamper, Book Review of Between Debt and the Devil: Money, Credit and Fixing Global Finance by Adair Turner (2017) BFLR 435.

 

Canadian Tax Journal
Volume 65, Number 1 (2017)

  • Divident Taxation and Stock Returns: Time-Series Analysis of Canada and Comparison with the United States / Gulraze Wakil and Howard Nemiroff
  • Policy Forum: Editors’ Introduction – Canada and the Patent Box / Alan Macnaughton and Kevin Milligan
  • Policy Forum: Patent Box Regimes – A Vehicle for Innovation and Sustainable Economic Growth / Albert De Luca and Joanne Hausch
  • Policy Forum: The Uneasy Case for A Canadian patent Box / Robin Boadway and Jean-François Tremblay
  • Douglas J. Sherbaniuk Distinguished Writing Award / Prix d’excellence en redaction Douglas J. Sherbaniuk
  • Canadian Tax Foundation Regional Student-Paper Awards / Prix régionaux du meilleur article par un étudiant de la Fondation Canadienne de fiscalité
  • Finances of the Nation: Survey of Provincial and Territorial Budgets, 2016-17
  • Current Cases: (SCC) Jean Coutu Group (PJC) Inc. v. Canada (Attorney General); (SCC) Canada (Attorney General) v. Fairmont Hotels Inc.; (SCC) Canada (Attorney General) v. Igloo Vikski Inc.; (TCC) Granofsky v. The Queen; (TCC) Davies v. The Queen
  • International Tax Planning: Cross-Border Consolidation and the Foreign Affiliate Rules
  • Personal Tax Planning: The Capital Gains Exemption: Selected Planning Issues Related to Qualified Small Business Corporation Shares
  • Planification fiscal personnelle : L’exemption pour gains en capital : Quelques problématiques de planification relatives aux actions admissibles de petites entreprises
  • Corporate Tax Planning: Deductibility of Expenses in Merger and Acquisition Transactions

 

Saskatchewan Law Review
Volume 80, Number 1 (2017)

  • A Celebration of Professor Cuming’s 50th Anniversary at the College of Law / Donald H. Layh
  • Deposit Account Set-Off Under the PPSA / Clayton Bangsund
  • Rediscovering the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Power: Political and Constitutional Challenges to the Canadian Bankruptcy Act, 1919-1929 / Thomas G.W. Telfer
  • The Reform of Judgment Enforcement Law in Canada: An Overviewand Comparison of Models for Reform / Tamara M. Buckwold
  • Real Property Security Interests on First Nations Reserved Lands / Scott Hitchings
  • Lousy Dentists, Bad Drivers, and Aandoned Oil Wells: A New Approach to Reconciling Provincial Regulatory Regimes with Federal Insolvency Law / Anna J. Lund
  • The Case for Modernization of Saskatchewan Real Property Security Law / Ronald C.C. Cuming
  • The Death and Resurrection of the Lowest Intermediate Balance Rule / Anthony Duggan
  • Receiverships in Canada: Myth and Reality / Roderick J. Wood
  • Frustrating the Purpose of the Receiverships Remedy: Federal Paramountcy in Saskatchewan (Attorney General) v. Lemare Lake Logging Ltd. / Jonathan Milani
  • Examining the Exam: Use of the LSAT in Canadian Law School Admissions Procedures / Noah S. Wernikowski

New Journals Issues – April 2017

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The Canadian Class Action Review
Volume 12, Number 2 (2016-2017)

  • Is Class Action a Preferable Remedy for Independent Contractors? A Case Study on the Proposed Canadian Hockey League Class Action / Yaroslavna Nosikova
  • Deterring Compensation: Class Action Litigation and Damage Awards Against Corporate Defendants / Natalie Kolos
  • Class Actions, Punitive Damages, and Decreasing Consumption of Tobacco Products / Sarah Kettani
  • Class Actions and the “Mixed Law” Regimes that have Embraced them: A Comparative Reflection on Class Actions in the South African and Quebec Legal Systems / Monique Pansegrouw and Shaun E Finn
  • Class Action Case Study: From Certification to Trial in Jer v Samj / Mathew P Good
  • Celeste Poltak, Book Review of Class Actions in Context: How Culture, Economics and Politics Shape Collective Litigation by Doborah R Hensler, Christopher Hodges and Ianika Tzankova (2017) 12:2 CCAR 281

 

Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Volume 59, Number 2 (April 2017)

  • Medicinal Marijuana Production Creates Problem Residential Properties: A Routine Activity Theory Explanation and a Situational Crime-Prevention Solution / Joseph Clare, Len Garis, and Paul Maxim
  • “I’ve Lost Some Sleep Over It”: Secondary Trauma in the Provision of Support to Older Fraud Victims / Cassandra Cross
  • When Is a “War” a “Wave?” Two Approaches for the Detection of Waves in Gang Homicides / Martin Bouchard and Sadaf Hashimi
  • L’art de raconteur une bonne histoire : analyse de la couverture médiatique des gangs de rue é la television et sur les plateformes numériques de Radio-Canada / Patricia Brosseau et Jean-Pierre Guay
  • Crime Seasonality across Multiple Jurisdictions in British Columbia, Canada / Shannon J. Linning, Martin A. Anderson, Amir H. Ghaseminejad, and Paul J. Brantingham

 

Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal
Volume 36, Number 2 (February 2017)

  • Cross Border Ownership of Vacation Property: Canada and the United States / Alison Minard and Stephanie Gabor
  • Not Doing Badly: How the Registered Disability Savings Plan Can Help / Troy McEachren and Christos Panagopoulos
  • Doesn’t Travel Well: Cross-Border Estate Planning in Canada and the U.S. / Jeffrey Talpis
  • Drafting and Attacking a Charging Clause in a Will / C.D. Freedman
  • Target Benefit Plans in Canada / Jana Steele

 

UBC Law Review
Volume 50, Number 1 (February 2017)

  • Set-Off & Security Interests / Clayton Bangsund
  • Case Comment on Goodwin v British Columbia (Superintendent of Motor Vehicles), 2015 SCC 46: Reviewing the Consequences of a Search or Seizure in Administrative Regimes / Shea Coulson
  • The Public Right to Fish and the Triumph of Colonial Dispossession in Ireland and Canada / Sarah E. Hamill
  • Re-Imagining Indigenous Peoples’ Roles in National Resource Development Decision Making: Implementing Free, Prior and Informed Consent in Canada Through Indigenous Legal Traditions / Grace Nosek
  • Legislative Comment: Family Property Division Under the Family Law Act 2011 / Kathryn O’Sullivan
  • Awakening Section 8 in Wakeling: Legal Implications on Wiretaps, Intercepts, Intelligence Sharing and Beyond

New Journals Issues – March 2017

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The Advocates’ Quarterly
Volume 46, Number 4 (March 2017)

  • Recognition of Aboriginal Self-Government in Canada: The Changing Landscapes / Diana Ginn and Nicholas Hooper
  • The Paradoxical Presumption of Constitutionality / Asher Honickman
  • What Your Client Doesn’t Know Can Hurt You: Structured Settlement Essentials for Litigators / Brittany Gillingham
  • Standardizing the Assessment of Testamentary Capacity / Kimberly A. Whatley, Megan Brenkel, Kenneth I. Shulman and Keri L. Crawford
  • Standing in the Way: Comparing Constraints on Access to Justice After the Liberalization of Public Interest Standing in Canada and Israel / Matt Malone
  • Fontaine v. Canada (Attorney General): Privacy and Confidential Settlement with Government / Emily Lieffers
  • Punitive Damages in Morison v. Ergo-Industrial Seating: The New “Wallace Bump”? / Paul J. Willetts

 

Canadian Business Law Journal
Volume 59, Number 1 (March 2017)

  • The Statutory Claim for Secondary Market Misrepresentations after Theratechnologies and Green / David M. Feldman
  • Pension Deemed Trust: What’s Left? / Alain Prévost
  • Beyond Access to Justice: Litigation Funding Agreements Outside the Class Actions Context / Ranjan K. Agarwal and Doug Fenton
  • Policy Trumps the Constitution: Chevron v. Yaiguaje / Elizabeth Edinger
  • Stephanie Ben-Ishai, Book Review of How the Other Half Banks: Exclusion, Exploitation and the Threat to Democracy by Mehrsa Baradaran (2017) 59:1 CBLJ 119
  • Jonnette Watson Hamilton, Book Review of Landmark Cases in Property Law by Simon Douglas (2017) 59:1 CBLJ 133

New Journals Issues – February 2017

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The Advocates’ Quarterly
Volume 46, Number 3 (January 2017)

  • Getting In, Getting Heard, Getting Practical: Intervening in Appellate Courts Across Canada / Eugene Meehan, Marie-France Major and Thomas Slade
  • The Scope of Protection Provided by Apology Legislation in Canada with Emphasis on the Patient-Health Care Provider Relationship / Diana Ginn and Rachel Boyle
  • The Shifting Landscape for Expert Witnesses: Substantive Changes or Lateral Movements? / Christine Porretta
  • The Discrete Functions of Courts of Probate and Construction / Albert H. Oosterhoff
  • Settlement Conferences in the Ontario Small Claims Court / Mark Gannage and Michael Bay

 

Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Volume 59, Number 1 (January 2017)

  • Validating the Predictive Accuracy of the Static Factors Assessment (SFA) Risk Scale for Federally Sentenced Offenders in Canada / L. Maaike Helmus and Trina Forrester
  • Social Networks as Predictors of the Harm Suffered by Victims of a Large-Scale Ponzi Scheme / Rebecca Nash, Martin Bouchard, and Aili Malm
  • The Pains of Incarceration: Aging, Rights, and Policy in Federal Penitentiaries / Adeline Iftene
  • Crime and Public Transportation: A Case Study of Ottawa’s O-Train System / Jordana K. Gallison and Martin A. Andersen
  • Replication and Reproduction in Canadian Policing Research: A Note / Laura Huey and Craig Bennell

 

Commonwealth Law Bulletin
Volume 42, Number 3 (September 2016)

  • Is There a Need to Regulate Mediation? The English and Welsh Case Study / Leonardo V.P. de Oliveira and Carolyn Beckwith
  • Law of Assisted Reproductive Surrogacy in Malaysia: a Critical Overview / Nehaluddin Ahmad, Gary Lillenthal and Mohammed Hussain
  • Women to Woman Marriage and Cognates in Nigerian Law: An Easy Coalition Between Customary Law and Human Rights / Chukwuemeka G. Nnona
  • Aboriginal Oral Testimony, Hearsay Rule and the Reception Theory of Admissibility / Zia Akhtar
  • The Freedom of Information Act 2011: an Unwieldy Piece of Legislation for the Nigerian Courts? / Iyabode Ogunniran
  • Malawi and the Transition and Adherence to Multi-Party Democracy / Michael Kirby
  • Protection of Cultural Property in Armed Conflict: Treaty Ratification and Implementation / Anna Segall
  • Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in Natural Disasters: Emerging Norms / H.E. Nazhat Shameem Khan

 

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Estates, Trusts & Pensions Journal
Volume 36, Number 1 (December 2016)

  • The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FACTA): An Introduction to the Potential Impact on Canadian Trusts and Estates / Dean Smith
  • A Summary of Section 116 Requirements for the Canadian Executor / Holly Castle
  • Not Doing Badly: How the Registered Disability Savings Plan Can Help / Peter Lillico
  • Habeas Corpus and the Substitute Decisions Act / Karon C. Bales
  • Doesn’t Travel Well: Cross-Border Estate Planning in Canada and the U.S. / Marilyn Piccini Roy
  • Inheritance Rights of the Kindred of the Half-Blood / Jackie Bartlett
  • Florida Rules for Personal Representative Appointments / Cynthia Bock

 

McGill Law Journal
Volume 62, Number 1 (September 2016)

  • Fiduciary Duties, Conflict of Interest, and Proper Exercise of Judgment / Remus Valsan
  • The Sexual Assault of Older Women: Criminal Justice Responses in Canada / Isabel Grant and Janine Benedet
  • Le qualification juridique des swaps comme site d’une lutte globale pour le droit / Pascale Cornut St-Pierre
  • Une théorie de l’agence des regimes complémentaires de retraite / Patrick Mignault
  • La contribution des blogues juridiques à la connaissance, à la critique et aux transformations du droit / Edith Guilhermont
  • Interjurisdictional Information Sharing and National Security: A Constitutional and Legislative Analysis / Jacques Shore, Brian Crane and John Wilson
  • Cultural Genocide: Legal Label or Mourning Metaphor? / Payam Akhavan
  • Ivan Tchotourian, Book Review of Une autre voie pour la gouvernance d’entreprise? By Lorraine Talbot (2016) 62:1 MLJ 273

 

Queen’s Law Journal
Volume 42, Number 1 (Fall 2016)

  • The Legal Services Gap: Access to Justice as a Regulatory Issue / Thomas A. Cromwell & Siena Anstis
  • The Canadian Law of Judicial Review: A Plea for Doctrinal Coherence and Consistency / David Stratas
  • Tax Elections as Screens / Emily Ann Satterthwaite
  • Has the Supreme Court of Canada Rejected “Originalism”? / Benjamin Oliphan & Léonid Sirota

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The Advocate
Volume 75, Part 1

  • Reconciliation – A Lawyering Imperative / Karey Brooks
  • Three Good Reasons Why UNDRIP Can’t Be Law – And One Good Reason Why It Can / Gib van Ert
  • Reforming Arbitration Appeals: The New ULCC Uniform Arbitration Act / William G. Horton
  • The First Bite is No Longer Free: new Legislation Proposes Changes to a Dog Owner’s Liability / Amanda James
  • Let the Sky Fall: Lawyers in the History of British Columbia Mountaineering – Part I – The Mountains / David Crerar, Anders Ourom, and Harry Crerar

 

Canadian Family Law Quarterly
Volume 36, Number 1 (December 2016)

  • Children Resisting Contact: What’s a Lawyer to Do? / Nicholas Bala and Patricia Hebert
  • Spousal Pension Benefits: When Death does not Them do Part / Rita M. Richardson
  • Valuation of Professional Practices / Steve Ranot
  • Proxy-mate: Revitalizing the Spousal Support Regime for Non-conjugal Adult Personal Relationships and the Case of Caregiving / Katherine-Spensieri

 

Canadian Tax Journal
Volume 64, Number 4 (2016)

  • The Next Phase of Life Insurance Policyholder Taxation Is Nigh / Kevin Wark and Michael O’Connor
  • The Tax Compliance Costs of Large Corporations: An Empirical Inquiry and Comparative Analysis / Chris Evans, Philip Lignier, and Binh Tran-Nam
  • Finances of the Nation: Inside the Black Box: Marginal Effective Tax Rates on Capital in Canada – A Primer
  • Current Cases: (FCA) Kruger Incorporated v. Canada; (TCC) Gerbro Holdings Company v. The Queen
  • International Tax Planning: Is the Back-to-Back Withholding Tax Regime an Effective Anti-Treaty-Shopping Measure?
  • Personal Tax Planning / Planification fiscal personnelle: Investing in Residential Real Estate / Investir dans le secteur immobilier résidentiel
  • Corporate Tax Planning: Legal Ownership Versus Economic Substance: OECD Perspectives and Practical
  • Selected US Tax Development: Onerous US Reporting Requirements for US Members of Non-US Family-Controlled Entities: It’s All in the Family

 

Dalhousie Law Journal
Volume 39, Number 2 (Fall 2016)

  • Imagining Global Health with Justice / Lawrence O. Gostin
  • A Goal-Oriented Understanding of the Right to Health Care and its implications for Future Health Rights Litigation / Michael Da Silva
  • Modernizing the Canada Health Act / Colleen M. Flood and Bryan Thomas
  • And Miles to Go Before I Sleep: The Future of End-of-Life Law and Policy in Canada / Jocelyn Downie
  • Informing the Future of End-of-Life Care in Canada: Lessons from the Quebec Legislative Experience / Michelle Giroux
  • Cross-Cultural Dynamics in palliative Care: The Emerging Canadian Scenario / Chidi Oguamanam
  • A Consumer Protection Perspective on Regulation for Healthier Eating / Barbara von Tigerstrom
  • Aboriginal Consultation in Canadian Water Negotiations: The Mackenzie Bilateral Water Management Agreements / Andrea Beck
  • DNA, Donor Offspring and Derivative Citizenship: Redefining Parentage Under the Citizenship Act / Stefanie Carsley
  • Out of the Black Hole: Toward a Fresh Approach to Tort Causation / Allan C. Hutchinson
  • The Doctrine of Lost Modern Grant and Prescriptive Easements in Newfoundland / Greg French