New issues of the following journals are now available through WestlawNext Canada and Lexis Advance Quicklaw.
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From WestLawNext Canada:

Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice, Vol. 33

  • Waiting for Godot: Canadian Administrative Law in 2019
  • Undoing Doré: Judicial Resistance in Canadian Appellate Courts
  • Delegated Legislation and the Charter
  • The Quebec Reference and Vavilov–Statutory Rights of Appeal and the Core of Superior Court Jurisdiction

Canadian Journal of Family Law, Vol. 32

  • All Families Are Equal, but Do Some Matter More than Others? How Gender, Poverty, and Domestic Violence Put Quebec’s Family Law Reform to the Test
  • Introduction to the Special Issue: Shifting Normativities
  • Intent to Parent Is What Makes a Parent? A Comparative Analysis of the Role of Intent in Multi Parenthood Recognition
  • Autonomous Motherhood in the Era of Donor Linking: New Challenges and Constraints?
  • Relationally Speaking: The Implications of Treating Embryos as Property in a Canadian Context
  • Faire Valoir ses Droits à la Chambre de la Jeunesse: État des Lieux des Barrières Structurelles à L’Accès à la Justice des Familles

Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence, Vol. 33

  • Describing Law
  • Equity and Homelessness
  • The Proportionality Puzzle in Contract Law: A Challenge for Private Law Theory?
  • Hobbes’s Third Jurisprudence: Legal Pragmatism and the Dualist Menace
  • Seek the Good: Professional Trust, Justice, and the Rule of Law
  • Deciding, ‘What Happened?’ when We Don’t Really Know: Finding Theoretical Grounding for Legitimate Judicial Fact-Finding
  • Eichmann’s Mistake: The Problem of Thoughtlessness in International Criminal Law
  • Reasonable Accommodation for Age
  • Materially Identical to Mistaken Payment
  • Tax Uniformity as a Requirement of Justice

Criminal Law Quarterly, Vol. 67

  • Gladue Sentencing and Wrongful Convictions
  • When One Innocent Suffers: Phillip James Tallio and Wrongful Convictions of Indigenous Youth
  • Negative Retributivism: A Response to R. v. Ipeelee’s Innovative Call
  • Plan B for Implementing Gladue: The Need to Apply Background Factors to the Punitive
  • Sentencing Purposes
  • ‘Shedding Light’ on Gladue and Section 718.2(e)
  • The Connie Oakes Tragedy: The Same Mistakes and Still No Apology
  • Ipeelee in the Courts of Appeal: Some Progress but Much Work Remains

Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law

  • Review of: Vernon Bogdanor Beyond Brexit: Towards a British Constitution (2019 I.B. Tauris, London)
  • Enhancing Canada’s Democracy without Electoral Reform
  • A Novel and Necessary Remedy
  • Hey Court, It’s Me, the Legislature, Speaking– Can You Hear Me?: Towards a True Dialogue between Courts and Legislatures
  • Review of: Patrick Malcolmson, Richard Myers, Gerald Baier, and Thomas M.J. Bateman the Canadian Regime: An Introduction to Parliamentary Government in Canada 6th Edition (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2016)
  • Reforming the Federal Electoral System in Canada: The Road to Unilateral Amendment
  • Parliamentary Law and a French Version of the Constitution Act, 1867
  • Including Emerging Litigation Comprenant Les Litiges en Voie de Développement
  • Is Democracy Dying? Keynote Address: First Amendment Days, 2018
  • Extradition–What Kind of a Word is That?
  • Review of: Adam Dodek the Charter Debates: The Special Joint Committee on the Constitution, 1980-1981, and the Making of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2018)
  • Outcries from the Media Regarding the Vice Media Supreme Court Decision: When Journalists Cry Wolf
  • La Représentation du Québec à la Chambre des Communes: le Dilemme de Demain

University of Toronto Law Journal

  • Introduction: Criminal Law Theory
  • Criminal Punishment and the Right to Rule
  • Civil Order, Criminal Justice, and ‘No Justice No Peace’
  • Civil Order, Markets, and the Intelligibility of the Criminal Law
  • The Constitution of Criminal Law
  • Criminal Law and the Constitution of Civil Order
  • A Democratic Theory of Punishment: The Trop Principle
  • Criminal Law as Public Ordering
  • Criminal Justice and the Liberal Good of ‘Order’

From Lexis Advance Quicklaw:

Queen’s Law Journal, (2019) 45:1

  • Provincial Jurisdiction over Abortion
  • The Daily Work of Fitting in as a Marginalized Lawyer
  • International Comity and The Construction of The Charter’s Limits: Hape Revisited
  • Regulation and Inequality at Work: Isolation and Inequality Beyond the Regulation of Labour The Contested Grounds of Economic Order
  • Transfer by Contract at Common Law and in Equity