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New Journals Issues – November 2017

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The Advocate
Volume 75, Number 6 (November 2017)

  • On the Front Cover: H. William (Bill) Veenstra / Kerry L. Simmons and John Logan
  • Proving History: The Role of the Expert / John S. Tyhurst
  • The Pig War: British Columbia Loses the San Juan Islands / Glen W. Bell
  • An Alternative View of the Toronto Pig Save Trial / Jerry Simonelli
  • The Comma: Hook, Line and Thinker / Richard Olson
  • The Wine Column / Michael Welsh
  • Advocate News / D. Michael Bain
  • News from BC Law Institute / Lisa A. Peters
  • News from CLEBC Society / Ellen Zheng
  • News from Vancouver Bar association / Andrew Aguilar
  • LAP Notes / Anonymous
  • UVIC Law Faculty News / Julie Sloan
  • Peter A. Allard School of Law Faculty News / Cristie Ford
  • TRU Law Faculty News / Bradford W. Morse
  • The Attorney General’s Page / David Eby


The Advocates’ Quarterly
Volume 47, Number 3 (October 2017)

  • Negligent By-law Enforcement: Let’s Uber Anns Right Out of Town / Bruce Feldthusen
  • Nonverbal Communication in Courtrooms: Scientific Assessments or Modern Trials by Ordeal? / Vincent Denault and Norah Dunbar
  • Coming Off the Bench: Self-Represented Litigants, Judges and the Adversarial Process / Jennifer Leitch
  • Allocating Risk and Preparing for a Data Breach / Shan Alavi
  • The Effect in Ontario of the New York Convention on the Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards / William G. Horton
  • Proceedings Against the Federal Crown / Helene Robertson


Canadian Criminal Law Review
Volume 22, Number 3 (2017)

  • Dignifying the Dadson Principle: Towards a New Approach / Khalid Ghanayim and Mohammed Saif-Alden Wattad
  • Sentencing Guidelines for Canada: A Re-Evaluation / Samuel Mosonyi
  • Assessing Truthfulness of the Witness Stand: Eradicating Deeply Rooted Pseudoscientific Beliefs about Credibility Assessment by Triers of Fact / , Meagan I. McCardle, Weyam Fahmy and John C. House
  • Objective Mens Rea Revisited / Terry Skolnik


Canadian Family Law Quarterly
Volume 36, Number 3 (October 2017)

  • Spousal Entitlement to Employee Related Benefits & RRSPs / Georgine Carson
  • Ottawa Coordinated Case Management Project for High Conflict Custody and Access Cases: Lessons Learned / Rachel Birnbaum, Michael Saini, Mark MacAulay
  • FLA Property Division Update: Interim Distributions and Excluded Property Post (V.J.) / Scott L. Booth, Kimberley J. Santerre


Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Volume 59, Number 4 (October 2017)

  • The Relative Utilization of Criminal Sanctions in Canada: Toward a Comprehensive Description of Sentencing Outcomes / Andrew A. Reid
  • “Everybody Loves a Redemtion Story around Election Time”: Rob Ford and Media Construction of Substance Misuse and Recovery / Liam Kennedy and Jenna Valleriani
  • Une analyse des qualités psychométriques du Level of Service/Case Management Inventory (LS/CMI) à partir de la théorie des réponses aux items / Guy Giguère et Patrick Lussier
  • Resisting the Right: Countering Right-Wing Extremism in Canada / Ryan Scrivens and Barbara Perry
  • Take-Home Naloxone Kit Distribution: A Pilot Project Involving People Who Use Drugs and Who Are Newly Released from a Correctional Facility / Em M. Pijl, Stacey Bourque, Madison Martens, and Ashley Cherniwchan
  • From Defect to Dangerous: Has the Door Opened for Recognition of an Addiction-Based Defence in Canadian Criminal Law? / Michelle S. Lawrence


Canadian Tax Journal
Volume 65, Number 3 (2017)

  • Life Is Change: Using Powers of Amendments in a Non-Charitable Trust – Rules and Tax Implications / Joel Nitikman
  • Editors’ Introduction – Offshore Tax Evasion / Brian Carr and Alan Macnaughton
  • Whistleblowers and the Evidentiary Challenges in Offshore Tax Evasion Cases / David W. Chodikoff
  • Examining Canadian Offshore Tax Evasion / Arthur J. Cockfield
  • Tax Evasion – Does ANyone Know What It Means? Does Anyone Really Care? / Joel Nitikman
  • Finances of the Nation: Data on Government Revenue in Canada: Sources and Trends / Kevin Milligan
  • Current Cases: (FCA) Canada v. Green; (BCA) Veracity Capital Corporation v. Canada (National Revenue)
  • International Tax Planning: Evolution of the Permanent Establishment Concept
  • Personal Tax Planning: Health Insurance Strategies for Business Owners
  • Planification fiscale personnelle: Stratégies en matière d’assurance-maladie pour les propriétaires d’entreprises
  • Corporate Tax Planning: Valuation Uncertainty and the Purchase and Sale Agreement: Selected Issues

New Journals Issues – September 2017 #2

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Canadian Tax Journal
Volume 65, Number 2

  • Options To Address the Direct Tax Challenges Raised by the Digital Economy – A Critical Analysis / Dale Pinto
  • A Modern Look at the Roman Imperial “Jewish Tax” / Robert Couzin
  • Policy Forum: Editors’ Introduction – Political Activity by Charities / Brian Carr, Alan Macnaughton, and Kevin Milligan
  • Policy Forum: Using Digital Structures for Political Activities – Charities and Non-Profits in the Same Family of Organizations / Robert B. Hayhoe and Nicole K. D’Aoust
  • Policy Forum: Charities and Political Activities (A Tempest in a Teapot?) / Rose Anne Devlin
  • Policy Forum: Charities and Politics – A Dubious Mix? / Geoffrey Hale
  • Policy Forum: How and Why To Legislate the Charity-Politics Distinction Under the Income Tax Act / Adam Parachin
  • Finances of the Nation: The Taxation of Dividend Income in Canada
  • Current Cases: (FCA) Canadian Forest Navigation Co. Ltd. V. Canada; (FCA) Olympia Trust Company v. Canada
  • International Tax Planning: Dexterous Derivatives: Section 871(m) and the US Dividend Equivalent Regime
  • Personal Tax Planning/Planification fiscal personnelle : Taxation of US Citizens or Residents Working for a Canadian Employer / Imposition des citoyens ou des residents américains qui travaillent pour un employeur Canadian
  • Selected US TAX Developments: Look Before You Leap: Recent FBAR Case Highlights Need to Weigh All Options Before Entering the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program


The Criminal Law Quarterly
Volume 64, Numbers 3 & 4 (August 2017)

  • Reforming Criminal Justice and National Security
  • Reflections on Criminal Justice Reform in Canada / Martin L. Friedland
  • Reforming Criminal Justice and National Security in an Age of Populism / Kent Roach
  • Tell It Like It Is – An Argument for the Use of Section 15 over Section 7 to Challenge Discriminatory Criminal Legislation / Jonathan Rudin
  • The Right to a Representative Jury: Beyond Kokopenace / Vanessa MacDonnell
  • Applying the Racial Profiling Correspondence Test / David M. Tanovich
  • Renovating Independent Police Review / Kent Roach and Lorne Sossin
  • A Way to Reduce Indigenous Overrepresentation: Prevent False Guilty Plea Wrongful Convictions / Amanda Carling
  • Dealing with Forensic Indentification Evidence: A Familiar Solution / Jonathan L. Freedman
  • Reviewing Wrongful Convictions in Canada / Emma Cunliffe and Gary Edmond
  • Staying Left of Bang: Reforming Canada’a Approach to Anti-Terrorism Investigations / Craig Forcese
  • Class Struggles: The New CSIS Human Source Privilege / John Norris
  • Reinventing the Inspector General / Stanley A. Cohen
  • Making Sense of the Black Box: Algorithms and Accountability / Carmen Cheung
  • Mental Health Experts in Terrorism Cases: Reclaiming the Status of Rehabilitation as a Sentencing Principle / Reem Zaia


Dalhousie Law Journal
Volume 40, Number 1 (Spring 2017)

  • The Significance of the Systemic Relative Autonomy of Labour Law / Bruce P. Archibald
  • Betterment / Michael G. Pratt
  • Are All Charter Rights and Freedoms Really Non-Absolute? / Brian Bird
  • Social Membership: Animal Law beyond the Property/Personhood Impasse / Will Kymlicka
  • Of Malls and Campuses: The Regulation of University Campuses and Section 2(b) of the Charter / Sarah E. Hamill
  • v. Comeau and Section 121 of the Constitution Act, 1867: Freeing the Beer and Fortifying the Economic Union / Malcolm Lavoie
  • On Being a Second: Grace Wambolt, Legal Professionalism and ‘Inter-Wave’ Feminism in Nova Scotia / Elizbeth Legge
  • The Intellectually Disabled Witness and the Requirement to Promise to Tell the Truth / Jonas-Sébastien Beaudry
  • Autonomy in the Anthropocene? Libertarianism, Liberalism and the Legal Theory of Environmental Regulation / Jason MacLean
  • The Only Legitimate Rule: A Reply to MacLean’s Critique of Ecolawgic / Bruce Pardy


Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal
Volume 36, Number 4 (August 2017)

  • Residence of the Trust for Canadian Income Tax Purposes / Sheila Crummey
  • Preserving “Graduated Estate Rate” Status / Paul J. Gibney and Marie-Eve Gosselin
  • Plain Language and the Danger of Legalese / John E.S. Poyser
  • Income and Payment: Key Trust Law and Income Tax Differences / Joan E. Jung


UBC Law Review
Volume 50, Number 3 (August 2017)

  • Federalizing the Common Law: A Case Study of the ITA Gift Concept / Kathryn Chan
  • Intellectual Property Rights in the Recreational Cannabis Market: Craft or Commodity? / Jeremy de Beer & Alyssa Gaffen
  • The Initial Test of Constitutional Validity: Identifying the Legislative Objectives of Canada’s New Prostitution Laws / Debra M. Haak
  • Failed Experiments: An Empirical Assessment of Adaptive Management in Alberta’s Energy Resources Sector / Martin Z.P. Olszynski
  • Striking the Right Balance: Rethinking the Contest Between Freedom of Religion and Equality in Trinity Western University v The Law Society of British Columbia / Robin Elliot & Michal Elliot

New Journals Issues – September 2017 #1

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The Advocate
Volume 75, Number 5 (September 2017)

  • On the Front Cover: The Honourable Justice Janet Winteringham / Andi MacKay
  • Remembering, Forgetting, Reinvention and Freedom: Social Media and Children’s Right to Be Forgotten / Yun Li-Reilly
  • The Caffeine Conspiracy / Israel Chafetz
  • Hong Yen Chang: Bar Admission 125 Years Late / Ludmila B. Herbst
  • Lawyers on the Run: The Role of Running in the lives of B.C. Lawyers and Judges / Connor Bildfell
  • Normative Ethics and the Changing Face of Legal Technology: Of How to Stay Relevant in a Transformed Profession / Shea Coulson
  • The Wine Column / Michael Welsh
  • News from BC Law Institute / Lisa A. Peters
  • News from CLEBC Society / Ellen Zheng
  • A View from the Centre / Elaine T. McCormack
  • LAP Notes / Bena Stock
  • Peter A. Allard School of Law Faculty News / Abby Blinch
  • UVIC Law Faculty News / Patricia Cochran
  • Legal Anecdotes and Miscellanea / Ludmila B. Herbst and Erica C. Miller


Banking & Finance Law Review
Volume 32, Number 3

  • Corporation of Nigeria and the Troubled Asset Relief Program of the United States / Chinenyeze J. Amaechi, Ozioma Mary Amaechi and Folashade Adeyemo
  • Misconduct Costs of Banks – The Meaning Behind the Figures / Ruth Plato-Shinar and Keren Borenstein-Nativ
  • The Qatari Financial Sector: Building Bridges Between Domestic and International / Andrew M. Dahdal, Gordon R. Walker, and Douglas W. Arner
  • The Future of Employees’ Say on Pay: Will Works Councils Continue to Shape Wage and Executive Pay Decisions in Germany? / Albertp R. Salazar V.
  • Banking Fraud: The Power of Well-Drafted Account Opening Documents in the Age of Email . Mark Evans, Chloe Snider and Joseph Pignatelli
  • Yaiguaje v. Chevron Cor. / Dennis Giibs, Michael Fortier, Tyson Dyck, Henry Ren and Hilary Brown
  • David Gibbs, Book Review of The Handbook of Board Governance: A Comprehensive Guide for Public, Private, and Not-for-Profit Board Members by Richard LeBlanc (2017) BFLR 573.
  • Hossein Nabilou, Book Review of Reconceptualising Global Finance and Its Regulation by Ross P. Buckley, Emilios Avgouleas & Douglas W. Arner (2017) BFLR 579.
  • Thomas H. Stanton, Book Review of Regulating (From) the Inside: The Legal Framework for Internal Control in Banks and Financial Institutions by Iris H-Y Chiu (2017) BFLR 603.


Canadian Business Law Journal
Volume 59, Number 3

  • The Phenomenon of Crowd Equity Funding: An Opportunity to Promote Financial Literacy / Marina Nehme
  • What do we Really Know About Corporate Governance? A Review of the Empirical Research Since 2000 / Bryce C. Tingle
  • PrePlan Sales Under Section 65.13 BIA and Section 36 CCAA / Jason Dolman and Gabriel Faure
  • No Representation without Valuation: Bidder and Target Directors’ duties under Canada’s New Take-over Bid Regime: Re Hecla Mining Company / Diana Nicholls
  • Substantive Consolidation after Nortel: The Treatment of Corporate Groups in Canadian Insolvency Law / Michael A. Barrett

New Journals Issues – August 2017

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Canadian Business Law Journal
Volume 59, Number 2

  • Proposals for Changes to the Canadian Personal Property Security Acts / Ronald C.C. Cuming, Tamara Buckwold, Anthony Duggan, Catherine Waltsh, Roderisk J. Wood and Clayton Bangsund
  • Erika Chamberlain, Book Review of Causation in Negligence by Sarah Green (2017) 59:2 Can Bus LJ 243
  • Angela Swan, Book Review of Contract Law and Contract Practice: Bridging the Gap Between Legal Reasoning and Commercial Expectation by Catherine Mitchell (2017) 59:2 Can Bus LJ 253
  • Michael Bryan, Book Review of The Canadian Law of Unjust Enrichment and Restitution by Mitchell McInnes (2017) 59:2 Can Bus LJ 261


Saskatchewan Law Review
Volume 80, Number 2 (2017)

  • Refiner’s Fire: The University of Saskatchewan College of Law in Times of Depression and War / Beth Bilson
  • We Don’t Need No (Catholic) Education – But Why Can’t It Be Saved by Section 1? A Comment on Good Spirit School Division No. 204 / Michelle Biddulph
  • How Good Are Our “Best Practices” When It comes to Executive Compensation? A Review of Forty Years of Skyrocketing Pay, Regulation, and the Forces of Good Governance / Bryce C. Tingle
  • Solicitor-Client Privilege and Income Tax Act Seizures: A Comment on Canada (Attorney General) v. Chambre des notaires du Québec / Jonathan Milani
  • Assisted Death in Canada: An Exploration of the Constitutionality of Bill C-14 / Firuz Rahimi

New Journals Issues – July 2017

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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

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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

New Journals Issues – May 2017

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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