Bora Laskin Law Library


Recent Law Journal Contents: October, 2011

The Advocates’ Quarterly
Volume 39, no. 1, 2011


  • Publicity and Privacy in Administrative Adjudication: A Right to be Forgotten?
    • Christopher Berzins, 1-
  • Reasoning through Probabilistic Causation in Individual and Aggregate Claims: The Struggle Continues
    • Craig Jones, 18-
  • Known Unknowns in Cause-in-Fact
    • Russell Brown, 37-
  • Causation in Medical Negligence Cases: A Perspective from British Columbia
    • Michael G. Thomas, 67- 

Canadian Public Administration
Volume 54, no. 3, 2011


  • Strengthening the ties that bind? An analysis of aboriginal - municipal inter-governmental agreements in British Columbia
    •  Christopher Alcantara and Jen Nelles, 315-
  • Evidence and equity: struggles over federal employment equity policy in Canada, 1984-95
    • John Grundy and Miriam Smith, 335-
  • Net debt in the Canadian public accounts: its emergence, evolution and entrenchment
    • Ron Baker and Morina Rennie, 359-
  • Parent child coalitions: innovative public-sector management and early childhood development in Manitoba
    • Jeffery Cottes, 339-
  • Building metropolitan governance capacity: the case of the Communaute metropolitaine de Montreal.
    • Jean-Pierre Collin and Marie-Eve Lafortune, 399-
  • Les reformes des finances publiques en France: evolutions et enjeux
    • William Gilles, 421-
  • Higher education in Ontario: the need for research universities
    • Eric Baxter and Charles McMillan, 437-
  • Canadian Immigration: Economic Evidence for a Dynamic Policy Environment
    • Livianna Tossutti, 455-
  • Designing Public Policies: Principles and Instruments
    • Sara Mitchell, 458-
  • Oka: A Political Crisis and its Legacy
    • David Newhouse, 461-  

Canadian Public Policy
Volume 37, no. 2, 2011


  • The Town with No Poverty: The Health Effects of a Canadian Guaranteed Annual Income Field Experiement
    • Evelyn L. Forget, 283-


  • Closing the 49th Parallel: An Unexplored Episode in Canadian Economic and Political History
    • James B. Davies & Stanley L. Winer, 307-
  • Regulating Investment Attraction: Canada’s Code of Conduct on Incentives in a Comparative Context
    • Kenneth P. Thomas, 343-
  • Attributing Selected Costs to Intimate Partner Violence in a Sample of Women Who Have Left Abusive Partners: A Social Determinants of Health Approach
    • Colleen Varcoe, Olena Hankivsky, Marilyn Ford-Gilboe, Judith Wuest, Piotr Wilk, Joanne Hammerton, Jacquelyn Campbell, 359-
  • Court Decisions, NIMBY Claims, and the Siting of Unwanted Facilities: Policy Frames and the Impact of Judicialization in Locating a Landfill for Toronto’s Solid Waste
    • Greg Flynn, 381-
  • Families, Time, and Well-Being in Canada
    • Peter Burton & Shelley Phipps, 395-

Intellectual Property Journal
Volume 23, no. 3, 2011


  • Snooping, Privacy and Precedent in Ontario
    • David Vaver, 243-


  • Patents on Steroids: What Hormones tell us about the Evolution of Patent Law and the Pharmaceutical Industry
    • Graham Dutfield, 249-
  • “The Play goes on eternally”: Copyright, Marcus Clarke’s Heirs and His Natural Life as Play and Film Part One
    • Catherine Bond, 267-
  • "Exquisite Examples" of Creative Judicial Dispute Resolution: The Potential of Alternative Dispute Resolution for Intellectual Property Cases
    • Alex Wellington, 289-
  • Legal Constraints on the Imagination in the Virtual World of Second Life
    • Roger S. Fisher, 327-


  • Global Copyright: Three Hundred Years Since the Statute of Anne, From 1709 to Cyberspace
    • Rex Shoyama (edited by Lionel Bently, Uma Suthersanen and Paul Torremans), 355-

Journal of Environmental Law and Practice
Volume 23, no. 1, 2011


  • The Failed Reform of Ontario's Mining Laws
    • Bruce Pardy and Annette Stoehr, 1-
  • Basin Closing Orders and Crown Reservations: Two Tools to Protect In-Stream Flows?
    • Nigel Bankes, 18-


  • Water Stewardship in the Lower Athabasca River: Is the Alberta  Government Paying Attention to Aboriginal Rights to Water?
    • Monique Passelac-Ross and Karin Buss, 69-


  • Susan Heyes Inc. (Hazel & Co.) v. South Coast B.C. Transportation Authority
    • Meredith James, 85-

Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law
Volume 5, no. 3, 2011


  • Judicial Delimitations of Law and Politics
    • Gregory Tardi, 401-


  • Reevaluer l'etat de sante de nos institutions Politiques et administrative
    • Donald J . Savoie, 409-


  • Constitutional Change and Constitutional Durability
    • John D. Whyte, 419-
  • Making Law Reform Recommendations Effective: Including the Private Sector
    • Dr. Patricia Hughes, 437-
  • Canadian Constitutional Dialogue as Cooperative Authority
    • Brian Donohue, 443-
  • Parliamentary Practices, Process and Law in India
    • Anita Eapen, 471-


  • Roles and Responsibilities of the Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada
    • Roger Bilodeau, 491-
  • Kafka and the Lobbying Commissioner's Policy Against Political Participation by Lobbyists
    • Kerri A. Froc & Graeme G. Mitchell, 497-
  • Legal Lessons from a Major Industrial Accident: the Ajka, Hungary Red Sludge Spill and the Danube River
    • Philip Weller & Michaela Popovici, 505-
  • A More Appealing Question Period: a Baby Step Toward Parliamentary Reform
    • Robin V. Sears, 515-


  • Broader Public Sector Accountability Act, 2010: The Impact of Increasing Financial Accountability
    • Lisa Corrente & Linda J. Godel, 519-


  • Allan v. British Columbia (Chief Electoral Officer) 2010 BCSC 1174; August 20, 2010 and Vander Zalm v. British Columbia
    • Ron Skolrood, 529-


  • Review of Roberto P. Leone and Frank L.K. Ohmeng, eds., Approaching Public Administration Core Debates and Emerging Issues
    • Martha Hall Findlay, 537-
  • Review of Joseph Maingot and David Dehler Politicians Above the Law (Ottawa: Baico Publishing Inc., 2010)
    • Gary Levy, 541-

National Journal of Constitutional Law
Vol. 29, no. 2, 2011


  • A Promising Late Spring for Charter Damages: Ward v. Vancouver; 
    • Kent Roach, 135-
  • Property, Proportionality and Instruments of Crime
    • Joshua A. Krane, 159-
  • R. v. Conway: Simplifying the Test for Administrative Tribunal's Jurisdiction to Consider Charter Issues 
    • Christopher D. Bredt, Ewa Krajewska, 189-
  • Making Sense of Section 15 of the Charter; 
    • Hart Schwartz, 201-


  • Is There a Charter Right of Access to Government Information? The Supreme Court of Canada's Decision in Ontario (Public Safety and Security) v. Criminal Lawyers' Association
    • David Goodis & Allison Knight, 231-

Osgoode Hall Law Journal
Volume 48, Numbers 3 & 4, 2011





Review of Constitutional Studies
Volume 15, no. 2, 2011


  • Canada's response to terrorism
    • Frank Iacobucci, 187-
  • Back to basics: a critical look at the Irwin Toy framework for freedom of expression
    • Robin Elliot, 205-
  • Towards a civic republican theory of Canadian constitutional law
    • Hoi Kong. Author, 249-
  • Not Quite Supreme: The Courts and Coordinate Constitutional Interpretation
    • Ken Dickerson, 281-

The Supreme Court Law Review
Volume 23, 2011


  • Accessing Justice: Appraising Class Actions Ten Years after Dutton, Hollick & Rumley
    • Jasminka Kalajdzic, 3-
  • What Is Access to Justice in the Context of Class Actions?
    • The Hon. Frank Iacobucci, 17-
  • Revisiting Class Actions against the Crown: Balancing Public and Private Legal Accountability for Government Action
    • Lorne Sossin, 31-
  • Developing an Empirical Research Agenda on Access to Justice in Class and Mass Actions
    • Deborah Hensler, 49-
  • The Class Action Settlement Actors: Who Protects Whom?
    • Catherine Piche, 57-
  • Missing in Action: An Analysis of Plaintiff Participation in Canadian Class Actions
    • F. Paul Morrison and H. Michael Rosenberg, 97-
  • Nudge, Nudge, Wink, Wink: Behavioural Modification, Cy-Pres Distributions and Class Actions
    • Jeff Berryman, 133-
  • Homo legislativus: Missing Link in the Evolution of "Bebaviour Modification"?
    • John C. Kleefeld, 169-
  • Fringe Benefits: Class Actions for Marginalized People in Canada
    • R. Douglas Elliott, 221-
  • Common Cause: Employment-Related Class Actions in Canada
    • Louis Sokolov and Colleen Bauman, 249-
  • Effective Class Action Notice Promotes Access to Justice: Insight from a New U.S. Federal Judicial Center Checklist
    • Todd B. Hilsee, 275-
  • The European Approach to Justice and Redress
    • Christopher Hodges, 301-
  • Is It Time To Get the Multi-Party Started? Exploring the Spectrum of Mass Harm Redress in Ireland
    • Joanne Blennerhassett, 347-