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Alberta Law Review 
  Volume 48, no 3, 2011

 ARTICLES

  • The Tip of the Iceberg: A Survey of the Philosophy and Practice of Canadian Provincial and Territorial Judges Concerning Judicial Disqualification
    • Philip Bryden and Jula Hughes, 569 –
  • Film as a Complement to the Written Text: Reflections on Using the Sterilization of Leilani Muir to Teach Muir v. Alberta
    • Elizabeth Adjin-Tettey and Freya Kodar, 615 –
  • The Slings and Arrows of Outrageous Fortune: Can You "Lose" the Lottery but Still Win?
    • Mary J. Shariff and Darcy L. MacPherson, 631 –
  • Calculations of Conscience: The Costs and Benefits of Religious and Conscientious Freedom
    • Howard Kislowicz, Richard Haigh, and Adrienne Ng, 679 –
  • Auto Insurance as Social Contract: Solving Automobile Insurance Coverage Disputes Through a Public Regulatory Framework
    • Erik S. Knutsen, 715 –
  • Seeking More Than Truth: A Rationalization of the Principled Exception to the Hearsay Rule
    • Shawn Moen, 753 –
  • Case Comment: Fullowka v. Pinkerton’s of Canada Ltd. and the Material-Contribution Test for Factual Causation in Negligence
    • Robin Hansen, 771 –
  • Case Comment: The Road to the Promised Land Runs Past Conway: Administrative Tribunals and Charter Remedies
    • Ranjan K. Agarwal, 783 –
  • Book Review: The Maverick Constitution" — A Review of Canadian Maverick: The Life and Times of Ivan C. Rand
    • William Kaplan, 795 –
  • Book Review: The Negotiable Constitution: On the Limitation of Rights, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009)
    • Grégoire C.N. Webber, 801

Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 53.2 (April 2011)
Volume 53, Number 2, 2011

ARTICLES

  • Incivilités, logements sociaux et modes de gouvernance.
    • Frederic Ouellet, Frederic Lemieux and Nadege Sauvetre, 139 –
  • Changes in scholarly influence in major international criminology journals, 1986-2005.
    • Ellen G. Cohn, 157 –
  • La dynamique de la criminalité à Montréal: l’écologie criminelle revisitée.(Report)
    • Remi Boivin and Frederic Ouellet., 189 –
  • Criminalization and off-street sex work in Canada.
    • Tamara O’Doherty. 217 –
  • Driving under the influence of cannabis or alcohol in a cohort of high-frequency cannabis users: prevalence and reflections on current interventions.(Canada)
    • Fraser McGuire, Meghan Dawe, Kevin D. Shield, Jurgen Rehm and Benedikt Fischer, 247 –

Canadian Journal of Women and the Law
Volume 23, Number 1, 2011
Special Issue : Regulating Decent Work for Domestic Workers

ARTICLES

  • Introduction: Regulating Decent Work for Domestic Workers
    • Adelle Blackett, 1 -
  • Introduction: Réguler le travail décent pour les travailleuses domestiques
    • Adelle Blackett, 47 –
  • The Absence of State Law: Domestic Workers in India
    • N. Neetha, Rajni Palriwala, 97 -
  • Domestic Services in a "Land of Equality": The Case of Sweden
    • Catharina Calleman, 121 -
  • Regulating Migrant Domestic Work in the Netherlands: Opportunities and Pitfalls
    • Sarah van Walsum, 141 -
  • Recognizing Domestic Workers, Regulating Domestic Work: Conceptual, Measurement, and Regulatory Challenges
    • Martha Alter Chen, 167 –
  • Decent Work for Domestic Workers: Reflections on Recent Approaches to Tackle Informality
    • Manuela Tomei, 185
  • Employment Agencies and the Regulation of Domestic Workers in Ghana: Institutionalizing Informality?
    • Dzodzi Tsikata, 213 -
  • Global Care Chains, Employment Agencies, and the Conundrum of Jurisdiction: Decent Work for Domestic Workers in Canada
    • Judy Fudge, 235 –
  • "Sweeping Changes?" A Review of Recent Reforms on Protections for Migrant Domestic Workers in Asia and the Middle East
    • Nisha Varia, 265 –
  • Bringing Together or Drifting Apart?: Targeting Care Work as "Work Like No Other"
    • Guy Mundlak, Hila Shamir, 289 -
  • The Pitfalls of Home: Protecting the Health and Safety of Paid Domestic Workers
    • Peggie R. Smith, 309 -
  • L’administration et l’inspection du travail dans le domaine du travail domestique: les expériences de l’Amérique latine
    • Maria Luz Vega Ruiz, 341 –
  • Book Review: The Beauty Bias: The Injustice of Appearance in Life and Law (review)
    • Anne-Marie Delagrave, 359 -
  • Book review: Expert Testimony on Domestic Violence: A Discourse Analysis (review)
    • Jonnette Watson Hamilton, Jennifer Koshan, 375 –
  • Book Revew: (Re)Examining Feminism and Justice
    • Mary Jane Mossman, 385 –

Canadian Tax Journal
 Volume 23, Number 1, 2011

 ARTICLES

  • Has Parliament Failed To Charge the "Tax on SIFT Partnerships"?
    • Brian Bloom, Brandon Wiener, 1
  • Hybrid Foreign Entities, Uncertain Domestic Categories: Treaty Interpretation Beyond Familiar Boundaries
    • Matias Milet, 25 –
  • The Supreme Court Of Canada: Crown Denied GST Priority Under The Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act
    • Jamie M Wilks, Jeffrey Fung, 67 –
  • The Federal Court Of Appeal: Central Management and Control Test For Determining The Residence of a Trust Confirmed\
    • Mary-Ann Haney, 74 -
  • Case Confirms That It Is Better To Give Than To Receive
    • David Wentzell, 80 -
  • Trading Or Dealing In Indebtedness Offshore: Paragraph 95(2)(1) Revisited
    • Jayme Yeung, 85 –
  • Charitable Bequests and Estate Planning
    • D Bruce Ball, Brenda R Dietrich, 103 -
  • Corporate Tax Planning: Business Restructurings: Recent Changes to the Oecd Transfer-Pricing Guidelines
    • Christopher J Steeves, 151 -

 Estates, Trusts and Pensions Journal  
  Volume 30, Number 3, 2011

 ARTICLES

  • A Portrait of the Artist as an Old Man
    • Peter E. J. Wells, 239 -
  • An Overview of the Canada Revenue Agency’s Voluntary Disclosures Program
    • Michael Friedman and Ashley Palmer, 244-
  • The Use of Limited Partnerships as a Vehicle for Canadian Pension Fund Investments
    • Deron Waldock and Jeffrey Sommers, 256-
  • Antle and Garron — The Federal Court of Appeal — Focus on the Fundamentals
    • Maralynne A. Montieth, 292 –

 Journal of Law and Equality  
  Volume 7, Number 1, 20 10

 ARTICLES

  • Family Responsibilities Discrimination: Towards a Universal International Claim,
    • Keri Bennett, 1 –
  • Second Among Equals? Understanding the Short Shrift that Freedom of Religion is Receiving in Canadian Jurisprudence,
    • Mike Madden, 57 -
  • The Impact of Spousal Sponsorship Laws on Intimate Partner Violence: a Canadian-American Comparison
    • Nicole Simes , 91 –

 McGill Law Journal
  Volume 56, Number 2, 2011

 ARTICLES

  • A Theory of Fiduciary Liability,
    • Paul B. Miller 235
  • The Judicial System in the Digital Age: Revisiting the Relationship between Privacy and Accessibility in the Cyber Context,
    • Karen Eltis, 289 –
  • Le contrat d’assurance contemporain et la réification des parties,
    • André Bélanger, 317 –
  • The Impossibility of a Critically Objective Criminal Law
    • Dennis J. Baker, 349 –
  • Qu’est ce que l’interculturalisme ?
    • Gérard Bouchard, 395 –
  • What is Interculturalism?,
    • Gérard Bouchard, 435 -
  • Book Review: Corporate Social Responsibility: A Legal Analysis (Markham, Ont: LexisNexis, 2009).
    • Michael Kerr, Richard Janda & Chip Pitts, 483

Saskatchewan law Review  
  Volume 74, Number, 1, 2011

 ARTICLES

  • Assisted Human Reproduction and the Constitution: Introduction and Background to the Four-Part Commentary
    • Thomas Posyniak, 1 –
  • Federalism Analysis and the Charter
    • Mark Carter, 5 –
  • Changing Division of Powers Doctrine and the Emergent Principle of Subsidiarity
    • Dwight Newman 21 –
  • Federal Health Legislation and the Assisted Human Reproduction Act Reference
    • Barbara von Tigerstrom, 33 –
  • Federalism and Moral Regulation: A Comment on Reference Re Assisted Human Reproduction Act
    • John D. Whyte , 45 –
  • The Camera and the Colony: A Comment on Alberta v. Hutterian Brethren of Wilson Colony
    • Marshall Haughey, 59 –
  • Has the Dust Finally Settled? Restricted Farm Losses Post-Moldowan
    • Tamara Larre, 83 –
  • Privacy by the Wayside: The New Information Superhighway, Data Privacy, and the Deployment of Intelligent Transportation Systems
    • Teresa Scassa, Jennifer A. Chandler & Elizabeth F. Judge, 117
  • Book Review: Mass Atrocity Crimes: Preventing Future Outrages. Cambridge, Mass.: World Peace Foundation, 2010. 255 pp., $28.95 pb., edited by Robert I. Rotberg
    • 165 – 166
  • Book Review: Double Helix and the Law of Evidence. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2010. 352 pp., $32.73 hc., David H. Kaye
    • 167 – 169
  • Book Review: Policing the Banks: Accountability Mechanisms for the Financial Sector. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2008. 491 pp., $34.95 pb., Maartje Van Putten
    • 169 – 172
  • Book Review: The Politics of the Charter: The Illusive Promise of Constitutional Rights. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2010. 256 pp., $29.95 pb., Andrew Petter
    • 172 – 174
  • Book Review: A Trying Question: The Jury in Nineteenth-Century Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2009. 335 pp., $65.00 hc., R. Blake Brown
    • 174 – 176

University of British Columbia Law Review
   Volume 43, 2011

ARTICLES

  • From Archetypes to Architects: Re-Envisioning the Role Morality of Trial Level Judges
    • Richard F. Devlin, 277 –
  • Risky Pregnancy: Liability, Blame, and Insurance in the Governance of Prenatal Harm,
    • Roxanne Mykitiuk & Dayna Nadine Scott, 311 –
  • Legal Interventions to Address Obesity: Assessing the State of the Law in Canada
    • Nola M. Ries & Barbara von Tigerstrom, 361 – 416
  • Rethinking the Bona Fides of Entrapment
    • David M. Tanovich , 417 –
  • Case Comment: Should Deceased Persons be Allowed to Raise Self-Defence? A Comment on R v Knibbs
    • Christopher Nowlin, 447 – 469
  • Legislation Comment: Surveillance and Privacy in the 21st Century: the Impact of Bills C-51 (IP21C) and C-52 (IPCEC)
    • Erin Morgan. 471 –

University of British Columbia Law Review 
  Volume 44, Special Issue, 2011

ARTICLES

  • Preface
    • Dana F. Hooker, 1 –
  • A Dividend of Diversity: The Impact of Diversity on Organizational Decision Making
    • Beth Bilson, 9 -
  • The Call to Diversify the Legal Profession
    • Jennifer Chow, 25
  • Gender Diversity: Preparing for the New Legal Environment
    • Lisa Vogt, 55 –
  • Diversity and Professionalism in the Practice of Law
    • Carman J. Overholt, 91 –
  • A Tale of Two Courts: The New Westminster First Nations Court and the Colville Tribal Court
    • Karen L. Whonnock, 99 –
  • Cultural Factors in the Law
    • Lana K.L. Li, 111 –
  • A Delicate Balance: The Challenges Faced By Our Democratic Institutions in Reconciling the Competing Rights and Interests of a Diverse Population
    • Heather M. MacNaughton & Jessica Connell, 149 -
  • The Direct Voice in Legal Discussions on Equality: An Essay
    • Bruce MacDougall, 181 -
  • Spaces and Challenges: Feminism in Legal Academia
    • Susan B. Boyd, 205 -
  • Context, Choice, and Rights: PHS Community Services Society v Canada (Attorney General)
    • Margot Young, 221 -

University of Toronto Law Journal
 Volume 44, Special Issue, 2011
 Special Issue: Understanding Law on Its Own Terms: Essays on the Occasion of Ernest Weinrib’s Killam Prize

ARTICLES

  • Ernie’s Three Worlds
    • Bruce Chapman, 179 –
  • Private Law and Public Right
    • Ernest J Weinrib, 191 –
  • Formalism in Music and Law
    • Allan Beever, 213 –
  • The Idea of Consideration
    • Peter Benson, 241 –
  • Private Law and Kantian Right
    • Alan Brudner, 279 –
  • Legal Positivism as an Idea about Morality
    • Martin Stone, 313 –