Ottawa Law Review (Revue de droit d’Ottawa) – Vol. 48 No. 1 Contents

The latest — and last! — physical copy of the Ottawa Law Review is now available in the library. Going forward we will no longer be carrying physical copies but, all issues of Ottawa L Rev are available for free via CanLII.

The contents of Vol. 48 No. 1 are:

  • Omnibus Bills: Constitutional Constraints and Legislative Liberations by Adam M. Dodek
  • Proportionality as a Moral Process: Reconceiving Judicial Discretion and Mandatory Minimum Penalties by Lauren Witten
  • Revisiting the Open Court Principle in an Era of Online Publication: Questioning Presumptive Public Access to parties’ and Witnesses’ Personal Information by Jacquelyn Burkell and Jane Bailey

Please note the above list is only the English written articles in OLR; the rest of the articles in this issue are in French.

Other law journals that are available on CanLII that may be of interest include: Alberta Law Review, Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies, and Appeal: Review of Current Law and Law Reform. Check CanLIIDocs for the full list of secondary sources.

Contents Update – Estates, Trusts, & Pensions Journal (Feb 2018)

Vol. 37, No. 1 of the Estates, Trusts and Pensions Journal has just arrived.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

From the Law Reports

  • Release of Lawyer’s Will File by Kimberly Kuntz and Louise Hamill

Articles

  • Disputes over Parental Care when the Dutiful Child wants to be Paid by Ruth M. Corbin and Barry S. Corbin
  • Testamentary Freedom and Public Policy in Canada by Ed Esposto
  • Conflict of Laws and the Right of a Minor or Minor’s Guardian to Payment/Transfer of a Movable Gift by Will by K. Thomas Grozinger
  • Pension Fund Investment and Climate Change: A Legal Imperative by Krupa Kotecha

Practice Note

  • More on 104(24): when are amounts “payable” “to” a beneficiary? by Joel Nitikman

If you would like to receive a copy of any of these articles, please contact the us at greatlibrary@gov.mb.ca.

 

Contents Update – Estates, Trusts & Pensions Journal

Vol. 37, No. 1 of the Estates, Trusts and Pensions Journal has just arrived.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

From the Legislature

  • RESPs and the Deceased Subscriber by Lorraine Allard and Bernadette Dietrich
  • The Modernization of Trustee Law in Atlantic Canada by Sarah Dykema
  • Foreign Guardians of Property and the Ontario Substitute Decisions Act by Matthew Furrow

Articles

  • Multiple Wills in British Columbia by Geoffrey W. White
  • Multiple Wills in Alberta by Nancy Golding
  • Multiple Wills in Saskatchewan by Karen Crellin
  • Multiple Wills in Manitoba by K. Eleanor Wiebe
  • Multiple Wills in Ontario by Marni M.K. Whitaker
  • The Use of Multiple Wills as an Estate Planning Technique in Atlantic Canada by Timothy C. Matthews and Gerald S. McMackin
  • Informal Fiduciary Accounting: Who, What, When, Where and Why by Susannah B. Roth
  • Quebec: “La Fente” or Legal Devolution to Relatives of the Half-Blood by Marilyn Piccini Roy

Practice Notes

  • Ontario and the Convention on the Law Applicable to Trusts and on their Recognition by K. Thomas Grozinger
  • Whose Claim is it Anyway: Who is Entitled to Assert and Settle a Claim with Respect to a Pension Benefits Act Deemed Trust? by Andrea Boctor

If you would like to receive a copy of any of these articles, please contact the library at greatlibrary@gov.mb.ca.

 

Contents Update – Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal

We just received Volume 20, Issue No. 2 of Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal with the theme of “Frontiers of Human Rights in Canadian Workplaces”. Featured articles:

  • Addressing Work-Family Conflict in Quebec: The Gap Between Policy Discourse and Legal Response – Stéphanie Bernstein
  • Gender, Religion and Workplace: Reimagining Reasonable Accommodation – Vrinda Narain
  • Competing Visions of an Inclusive Society: The Charter of Quebec Values and the Workplace – Louis-Philippe Lampron
  • Trends in Human Rights Damages: Courts, Statutory Tribunals and Labour Arbitration – Michelle Flaherty
  • Survival of the Fittest: The Failure to Accommodate and Compensate in the Canadian Armed Forces – Julie Harmgardt
  • Just Cause – Industrial Discipline at Arbitration in the 1940s – Paul Craven
  • Judicial Review of Labour Relations Board and Labour Arbitration Decisions in the Post-Dunsmuir Period in Ontario – Luba Yurchak

Please contact the library if you would like a copy of any of these articles.

Welcome, vLex!

Once again, more legal resources behind the Law Society of Manitoba’s Member’s Portal! My personal mission is to step beyond the Perimeter to provide service and value to those members who live and work outside of Winnipeg. From the press release:

vLex Canada, the only place to research enriched Canadian case law alongside a growing collection of law journals, secondary sources and a dozen core legal texts. A service of Compass, the successor to Maritime Law Book, vLex Canada is home to the venerable Manitoba Reports (2d), and it supports topic-based Canadian case law browsing and search using the MLB Key Number System across over 100 topics and tens of thousands of sub-topics.

vLex US provides comprehensive case law, statutes and regulations at both the federal and state level, as well as full-text access to over 290 secondary legal sources.

If you would like training on these or any of the other e-products available, please contact us and we will be happy to set up a webinar.

I think this will be the end of new electronic content for a little while. I’ll be reviewing analytics to determine the uptake of all these new resources, so please try them out.

Read the full press release here.