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University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 62, Number 2, Spring 2012

University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 62, Number 2, Spring 2012

The Sword in the Zone: Fantasies of Land-Use Planning Law
Ed Morgan

Recent Developments in WTO Jurisprudence: Has the Appellate Body Resolved the Issue of an Appropriate Standard of Review in SPS Cases?
Tracey Epps

Corrective Justice and Unjust Enrichment
Matthew Doyle

The Logic of Planning and the Aim of the Law
N E Simmonds

Why Compare? Comments on Kevin Jon Heller and Markus D Dubber’s The Handbook of Comparative Criminal Law
Leo Zaibert

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University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 62, Number 1, Winter 2012

University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 62, Number 1, Winter 2012

Pandectism and the Gaian classification of things
Francesco Giglio

From author’s right to property right
Simon Stern

Redressing the right wrong: The argument from corrective justice
Douglas Sanderson

Review Article
Contextual constitutionalism after the UK Human Rights Act 1998

Evan Fox-Decent

Book Reviews

Fictions of Justice: The International Criminal Court and the Challenge of Legal Pluralism in Sub-Saharan Africa by Kamari Maxine Clarke, and Culture under Cross-Examination: International Justice and the Special Court for Sierra Leone by Tim Kelsall
Erica Bussey

A Perilous Imbalance: The Globalization of Canadian Law and Governance by Stephen Clarkson and Stepan Wood
Derek McKee

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University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 61, Number 4, 2011

University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 61, Number 4, 2011

Special Issue: Constitutionalism and the Criminal Law

Editors’ Note
Shai Lavi, Hamish Stewart

Mind The Gap: Canada’s Different Criminal And Constitutional Standards Of Fault
Kent Roach

The Abiding Presence Of Conscience: Criminal Justice Against The Law And The Modern Constitutional Imagination
Benjamin L Berger

The Habibi Libel Trial: Defamation And The Hidden-Community Basis Of Criminal Law
Leora Bilsky

Covenants For The Sword
Alice Ristroph

Constitutional Rights In The Balance: Modern Exclusionary Rules And The Toleration Of Police Lawlessness In The Search For Truth
Stephen C Thaman

Policing Morality: Constitutional Law And The Criminalization Of Incest
Markus D Dubber

Basic Rights And Substantive Criminal Law: The Incest Case
Otto Lagodny

Citizenship Revocation As Punishment: On The Modern Duties Of Citizens And Their Criminal Breach
Shai Lavi

Constitutionalism And The Criminal Law: Rethinking Criminal Trial Bifurcation
Talia Fisher

Necessity Knows No Law: On Extreme Cases And Uncodifiable Necessities
Alon Harel, Assaf Sharon

Constitutionalizing Self-Defence
Alan Brudner

The Constitution And The Right Of Self-Defence
Hamish Stewart

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University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 61, Number 3 /2011

University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 61, Number 3 / 2011

A Contextual Approach To The Admissibility Of The State’s Forensic Science And Medical Evidence
Gary Edmond, Kent Roach

Equality Under And Before The Law
William Lucy

Property And Collective Undertaking: The Principle Of Numerus Clausus
Avihay Dorfman

Book Reviews
William Kaplan: Canadian maverick: The life and times of Ivan C Rand
David Dyzenhaus

Michael Grossberg & Christopher Tomlins, Eds: The Cambridge history of law in America; vol 1, Early America (1580–1815); vol 2, The long nineteenth century (1789–1920)
Philip Girard

William E Conklin: Hegel’s laws: The legitimacy of a modern legal order
Whitten Sullivan Watson

Mary Sarah Bilder, Maeva Marcus, & R Kent Newmyer, Eds: Blackstone in America: Selected essays of Kathryn Preyer
Angela Fernandez

Andrew Petter: The politics of the Charter: The illusive promise of constitutional rights
Hamish Stewart

 

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University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 61, Number 2 /2011

University of Toronto Law Journal –  Volume 61, Number 2 /2011


Special Issue: Understanding Law on its Own Terms: Essays on the Occasion of Ernest Weinrib’s Killam Prize

In 2009, the internationally leading scholar of private law and Canada’s pre-eminent legal theorist, Ernest Weinrib, was awarded the Killam Prize in the social sciences, the country’s highest honor for scholarly career achievement.  On the occasion of the prize, Weinrib presented a public lecture on Private Law and Public Right, developing a new set of ideas.  In this special issue, Weinrib’s lecture is published together with pieces by former students of his who have made important contributions to private law theory.

Editor’s Note
Arthur Ripstein

Ernie’s Three Worlds
Bruce Chapman

Private Law And Public Right
Ernest J Weinrib

Formalism In Music And Law
Allan Beever

The Idea Of Consideration
Peter Benson

Private Law And Kantian Right
Alan Brudner

Legal Positivism As An Idea About Morality
Martin Stone

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University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 61, Number 1 /2011

University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 61, Number 1, 2011

Empire And International Law: The Real Spanish Contribution
Martti Koskenniemi

Distinctions Of Power And The Power Of Distinctions: A Response To Professor Koskenniemi
Arthur Ripstein

FOCUS: THE AIR INDIA REPORT AND THE REGULATION OF CHARITIES AND TERRORISM FINANCING

In June 2010, the Air India Commission released its long-awaited report on the investigation of the 1985 bombing and efforts taken in Canada since that time to prevent similar terrorist attacks.  In this focus feature, experts address major issues of terrorism financing and the regulation of charities in light of the Commission’s report and other recent developments.

The Air India Report And The Regulation Of Charities And Terrorism Financing
Kent Roach

Combating Terrorist Financing: Is Canada’s Legal Regime Effective?
Anita I. Anand

Charities And Terrorist Financing
David G. Duff

Choices And Approaches: Anti-Terrorism Law And Civil Society In The United States And The United Kingdom After September 11
Mark Sidel

REVIEW ARTICLES

A Hegelian Criminal Law
Stephen P. Garvey

Ending Impunity: Critical Reflections On The Prosecution Of Heads Of State
Renu Mandhane

Book Review

The Transformation of the Supreme Court of Canada: An Empirical Examination( DONALD R SONGER )
Benjamin Alarie

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University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 60, Number 4 /2010

University of Toronto Law JournalVolume 60, Number 4, Fall 2010


ARTICLES
Investing In Democracy? Political Process And International Investment Law
David Schneiderman

Is Systemic Risk Relevant To Securities Regulation?
Anita I. Anand

FOCUS: THE RESURGENCE OF PHILOSOPHICAL LEGAL ETHICS
If Philosophical Legal Ethics Is The Answer, What Is The Question?

Alice Woolley

Three Issues In Legal Ethics
Daniel Markovits

Methodology And Perspective In The Theory Of Lawyers’ Ethics: A Response To Professors Woolley And Markovits
W. Bradley Wendel

Philosophical Legal Ethics And Personal Integrity
Tim Dare

REVIEW ARTICLE
Language And Judgment’s Reach: Reflecting On Limits On Rights
Robert Leckey

BOOK REVIEW
Sexual Citizens: The Legal and Cultural Regulation of Sex and Belonging by Brenda Cossman, reviewed by Rebecca Johnson

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University of Toronto Law Journal Volume 60, Number 3, Summer 2010

University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 60, Number 3, Summer 2010

Misfeasance As An Organizing Normative Idea In Private Law
Peter Benson

New Modes And Orders: The Difficulties Of A Jus Post Bellum Of Constitutional Transformation
Nehal Bhuta

Early Twentieth-Century Canadian Medical Patent Law In Practice: James Bertram Collip And The Discovery Of Emmenin
Virginie Marier, Tina Piper

Investment Rules And The Denial Of Change
Gus Van Harten

Book Review: Law and Religion in Theoretical and Historical Context (Peter
Cane, Carolyn Evans & Zoë Robinson eds., 2008)

Anver M. Emon

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University of Toronto Law Journal, Volume 60, Number 2 (2010)

University of Toronto Law Journal

University of Toronto Law Journal, Volume 60, Number 2 (2010)

SPECIAL ISSUE
Law, Economics, and Public Policy: Essays in Honour of Michael Trebilcock

Editors’ Note
Anita Anand, Anthony Duggan, Colleen Flood and Edward Iacobucci

Michael Trebilcock And The Past And Future Of Law And Economics
George L. Priest

Law And Economics In The Legal Academy, Or, What I Should Have Said To Discipulus
Anthony Ogus

Preference, Pluralism, And Proportionality
Bruce Chapman

The French Response To The World Bank’s Doing Business Reports
Catherine Valcke

Abuse Of Joint Dominance In Canadian Competition Policy
Edward M. Iacobucci, Ralph A. Winter

Regional Competition Law Agreements: An Important Step For Antitrust Enforcement
Michal S. Gal

Bilateralism Versus Multilateralism In International Economic Law: Applying The Principle Of Subsidiarity
Arie Reich

Beyond The Countertrade Taboo: Why The WTO Should Take Another Look At Barter And Countertrade
Robert Howse

Freeing Migration From The State: Michael Trebilcock On Migration Policy
Audrey Macklin

Ideas, Interests, And Institutions: Conceding Citizenship In Bangladesh
Ninette Kelley

Access To Justice And Beyond
Kent Roach, Lorne Sossin

The Evidentiary Burden For Overturning Government’s Choice Of Regulatory Instrument: The Case Of Direct-To-Consumer Advertising Of Prescription Drugs
Colleen M. Flood

Reinventing The Night-Watchman State?
Malcolm Thorburn

Person, Place, Or Thing? Property And The Structuring Of Social Relations
Lisa M. Austin

Academic Scribblers And Defunct Economists
Robert Cooter, Hans Bernd Schaefer

The Persistent Dilemmas Of Development: The Next Fifty Years
Lindsey Carson, Ronald J. Daniels

Trebilcock’s Heresy
Owen Fiss

Regulation And Public Law In Comparative Perspective
Susan Rose-Ackerman

Legal Universalism: Persistent Objections
Kevin E. Davis

The Paradox Of Rule Of Law Reforms: How Early Reforms Can Create Obstacles To Future Ones
Mariana Mota Prado

Giving Voice To Reality: Michael Trebilcock And Pension Governance Issues
Ronald B. Davis, Janis P. Sarra

Ideas, Interests, Institutions And The History Of Canadian Bankruptcy Law, 1867–1880
Thomas G.W. Telfer

Trebilcock On Tax Avoidance
Benjamin Alarie

The Evolution Of Contract Remedies (And Why Do Contracts Professors Teach Remedies First?)
George Triantis

Why Is This Taking So Long? The Move Toward A National Securities Regulator
Anita I. Anand, Andrew J. Green

Consumer Credit Redux
Anthony Duggan

‘To Heap Distress Upon Distress?’ Comparative Reflections On Interest-Rate Ceilings
Iain Ramsay