ET&P and Digital Journals Update

The latest edition of Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal has arrived and is now available for loan.

This month’s Articles

  • “Propounding a Will Under Attack: The Role of the Personal Representative in Estate Litigation” Suzana Popovic-Montag and Nick Esterbauer
  • “Determining Beneficial Title to Joint Bank Accounts “Whitelock, Stock & Barrel?” A Comparative Analysis of the Treatment of Bank Account Agreements & Survivorship Clauses in Canadian Commonwealth Estates Law” Calvin Hancock and Ryan Mulders
  • “A Broad View of the Law on Disclaimers, Renunciation and Other Forms of Divestment” Justin Fekete

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Canadian Journal of Law and Society. Vol. 37.

  • “Marginal Citizens: Interracial Intimacies and the Incarceration of Japanese Canadians, 1942-1949.” Mary Anne Vallianatos. 37 No. 1 Can. J.L. & Soc’y 49.
  • “Not Worth the Wait: Why the Long-Awaited Regulations under the AHRA Don’t Address Egg Donor Concerns.” Kathleen Hammond. 37 No. 1 Can. J.L. & Soc’y 113.
  • “Police Violence as Organizational Crime.” Sylvia Rich. 37
  • “Non-Association Conditions among Release Women: Implications for Successful Community Reintegration.” Laura McKendy, Rosemary Ricciardelli. 37 No. 1 Can. J.L. & Soc’y 135.
  • “Public Support for Canadian Courts: Understanding the Roles of Institutional Trusts and Partisanship.” Erin Crandall, Andrea Lawlor. 37 No. 1 Can. J.L. & Soc’y 91.
  • “The Conceptual Problems Arising from Legal Pluralism.” Jorge Luis Fabra-Zamora. 37 No. 1 Can. J.L. & Soc’y 155.
  • “Unbreaking Bail?: Post-Antic Trends in Bail Outcomes.” Rachel Schumann, Carolyn Yule. 37 No. 1 Can. J.L. & Soc’y 1.
  • “Le Contrôle Excessif dans le Contexte des Violences Basées sur L’Honneur au Québec: Analyse Juridique et Jurisprudentielle D’Une Violence Genrée.” Dr. Estibaliz Jimenez. 37 No. 1 Can. J.L. & Soc’y 69.
  • Book Reviews
    • “Diamond Ashiagbor, Ed., Re-Imagining Labour Law for Development: Informal Work in the Global North and South. Oxford: Hart/Bloomsbury, 2019. 274 pp.” Ania Zbyszewska. 37 No. 1 Can. J.L. & Soc’y 184.
    • “Sanja Kutnjak Ivković, Shari Seidman Diamond, Valerie P. Hans, and Nancy S. Marder, eds., Juries, Lay Judges, and Mixed Courts: A Global Perspective. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2021. 366 pp.” Jérémy Boulanger-Bonnelly. 37 No. 1 Can. J.L. & Soc’y 179.
    • “Louis Fournier, FLQ, Histoire d’un Mouvement Clandestin. Montréal: VLB Éditeur, 2020. 369 pp.” Nicolas Desurmont. 37 No. 1 Can. J.L. & Soc’y 181.

Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice. Vol. 37.

  •  “Measuring Improvement in Access to Justice: Utilizing an A2J Measurement Framework for Comparative Justice Data Collection and Program Evaluation Across Canada.” Brea Lowenberger, et al. 37 Windsor Y.B. Access to Just. 337.
  • “Sex Workers and the Best Interest of Their Children: Issues Faced by Sex Workers Involved in Custody and Access Legal Proceedings.” Julie E. DeWolf. 37 Windsor Y.B. Access to Just. 312.
  • “Practising an Anti-Colonial Citizenship Education through a Blended Learning Course on Aboriginal Law.” Sean Robertson. 37 Windsor Y.B. Access to Just. 377.
  • “Access to Justice as a Social Determinant of Health: The Basis for Reducing Health Disparity and Advancing Health Equity of Marginalized Communities.” Sunam Jassar. 37 Windsor Y.B. Access to Just. 359.
  • “The Legal Regulation of Sadomasochism and the So-Called “Rough Sex Defence”.” Elaine Craig. 37 Windsor Y.B. Access to Just. 402.

Criminal Law Quarterly. Vol 70.

  •  “The February Emergency: Intelligence, Policing and Governance Failures and the Future of Charter-Proofed Emergencies.” Kent Roach. 70 C.L.Q. 196.
  • “Using an Anti-Money Laundering Terrorist Finance Approach to Harness a Convoy.” Michelle Gallant. 70 C.L.Q. 292.
  • “Policing Protest via the Civil Law: Class Actions, Injunctions, and the ‘Freedom Convoy’.” Irina Ceric and Jasminka Kalajdzic. 70 C.L.Q. 247.
  • “‘Not in the Cards’: The Non-Use of the Canadian Armed Forces in the 2022 Public Order Emergency.” Tyler Wentzell. 70 C.L.Q. 310.
  • “The Real Lesson of the Freedom Convoy ‘Emergency’: Canada Needs a Public Order Policing Act.” Robert Diab. 70 C.L.Q. 230.
  • “Invoking the Emergencies Act in Response to the Truckers’ ‘Freedom Convoy 2022’: What the Act Requires, How the Government Justified the Invocations, and Whether It Was Lawful.” Leah West, et al. 70 C.L.Q. 262.

University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review. Vol. 80.

  •  “Is There a Selection Effect in Canadian Administrative Law?” Devan Schafer. 80 U.T. Fac. L. Rev. 73.
  • ““Reviewing Our Peers”: Evaluating the Legitimacy of the Canadian Jury Verdict in Criminal Trials.” Nik Khakhar. 80 U.T. Fac. L. Rev. 42.
  • “Rethinking Winnipeg Condo as Negligent Performance of a Service: A Rights-Based Account.” Benjamin Zolf. 80 U.T. Fac. L. 97.
  • “Canadian Litigation for Violations of Customary International Law: Questions Remaining after Nevsun v. Araya.” Jeremy Zullow. 80 U.T. Fac. L. Rev. 122.
  • “Escaping the Shadow of Partnership: A New Framework for Distinguishing Contractual Joint Ventures from Joint Venture Partnerships.” Branden Cave. 80 U.T. Fac. L. Rev. 9.

Journals Update

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Canadian Family Law Quarterly. Vol. 40
  • Yousef Aly Wahb. Faith-Based Divorce Proceedings: Alternative Dispute Resolutions for Canadian Muslims
  • Stephanie Dickson, Melanie Battaglia. Child Support for Adult Children and Children with a Disability: The Impact of ODSP, the Disability Tax Credit, RDSP and RESP
  • Rachel Birnbaum, Nicholas Bala. High Conflict Parenting Cases and the Role of State-Funded Agencies in Ontario
  • Vanessa Lam. Determining the V-Date: Roses are Red, Violets are Blue, When Can I Stop Sharing Property with You?
Intellectual Property Journal, Vol 34
  • Lindsay Paquette. Bill C-15 and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: A Proposal for Intellectual Property Law Reform in Canada for the Protection, Preservation and Prosperity of Indigenous Traditional Knowledge and Cultural Expression.
  • Muhammand Zaheer Abbas. Revisiting Canada’s Access to Medicines Regime in Response to COVID-19: A Review of the Legislation and Its Underlying Objectives.
  • David Vaver. User Rights in Canadian Copyright Law.
  • Luca Vaez Tehrani. The Modern Library: Ramifications of Controlled Digital Lending on Copyright.
  • Aviv Gaon. Law and Reputation: How the Legal System Shapes Behavior by Producing Information, Roy Shapira (Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, 2020).
Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law, Vol. 16
  • Steven Chaplin. Review of: Tom McDowell, Neoliberal Parliamentarism: The Decline of Parliament at the Ontario Legislature (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2021)
  • Gregory Tardi. Election 44: Connecting the Dots
  • Charlie Feldman. Much Ado about Parliamentary Review
  • Gregory Tardi. Including Emerging Litigation Comprenant Les Litiges en Voie de Développement
  • Priya Dube. The Role of Law in Settling Political Disputes: York University v. Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency (Access Copyright), 2021 SCC 32
  • Gregory Tardi. Review of: Stephen Breyer The Authority of the Court and the Perils of Politics (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2021)
  • Robin Ketcheson. Unwriting the Unwritten Principles of the Electoral System
  • Susan Keenan. Questions of Central Importance: The Supreme Court’s Diceyan Reserve
  • Michelle Black. Review of: Beverley McLachlin Denial (Simon & Shuster: Toronto, 2021)
  • Jena Karim. Statecraft and Recognition of the Taliban: Crux of Taliban Governance and the Potential Impacts of Recognition
  • Professor Stephen I. Vladeck. Reforming the U.S. Supreme Court by Reforming Its Docket
  • Dr. Ronnie R. F. Yearwood. Barbados’ Transition to a Republic: ‘Republic in Name First, Constitutional Reform after’, ‘Stuff and Nonsense!’
  • J.W.J. Bowden. What’s in a Name? Newfoundland & Labrador and the Constitution Amendment, 2001
  • Caitlin Salvino. A Tool of the ‘Last Resort’: A Comprehensive Account of the Notwithstanding Clause Political Use from 1982-2021
  • Kioko Nzuki Mwania. The Protection of Traditional Knowledge and Culture in Kenya
  • Mohammad Pizuar Hossain. Repatriation of the Rohingya Refugees: Geopolitics and the Potential Role of the International Court of Justice
  • Dave Guénette. Recensement de: Christophe Parent L’État des Fédérations (Québec: Presses de l’Université du Québec, 2019) 2 Tomes
  • Julien Fournier. Recensement de: Yan Campagnolo Le Secret Ministériel. Théorie et Pratique (Québec: Presses de l’Université Laval, 2020)
McGill Law Journal, Vol. 66
  • Bethany Hastie. (Re)Discovering the Promise of Fraser? Labour Pluralism and Freedom of Association
  • Amitpal C. Singh. The Body as Me and Mine: The Case for Property Rights in Attached Body Parts
  • Marc-Antoine Gervais. Les Impasses Théoriques et Pratiques du Contrôle de Constitutionnalité Canadien
  • Daniele Bertolini. Unpacking Entire Agreement Clauses: On the (Elusive) Search for Contractually Induced Formalism in Contractual Adjudication
National Journal of Constitutional Law, Vol. 42
  • Professor René Provost. Remedies for Human Rights Violations–A Two-Track Approach to Supra-National and National Law (Cambridge University Press, 2021, xlix-581pp.)
  • Kent Roach. Principled versus Rule or Text-Based Discretion in Charter Remedies: Conseil Scolaire, Ontario (Attorney General) v. G and Albashir
  • Danielle Pinard. La Temporalité des Jugements D’inconstitutionnalité des Lois au Canada: Les Mesures D’atténuation Prises à L’égard de Leur Rétroactivité et de Leur Caractère Immédiatement Exécutoire
Ottawa Law Review, Vol. 51
  • Le Très Honorable Richard Wagner, C.P., The Right Honourable Richard Wagner, P.C., Juge en Chef du Canada , Chief Justice of Canada. Allocution du Récipiendaire de Doctorat Honorifique | Speech of the Recipient of the Honorary Doctorate
  • Paul Daly. Plural Public Law | Un Droit Public Pluriel
  • Nicolas Lambert. Effective Remediation in Public Procurement: Contract Damages versus Judicial Review
  • Mari Galloway. The Unwritten Constitutional Principles and Environmental Justice: A New Way Forward?
  • Maureen Irish. The Review of International Commercial Arbitral Awards and the New York Convention: Breaking the Link to Administrative Law
  • Isabel Grant, Crystal Choi, Debra Parkes. The Meaning of Life: A Study of the Use of Parole Ineligibility for Murder Sentencing
  • Jamie Cameron. The Tenth Justice: Judicial Appointments, Marc Nadon, and the Supreme Court Act Reference by Carissima Mathen & Michael Plaxton
  • Robert Hamilton, Joshua Nichols. Reconciliation and the Straitjacket: A Comparative Analysis of the Secession Reference and R v Sparrow
  • Andrew Leach. Environmental Policy is Economic Policy: Climate Change Policy and the General Trade and Commerce Power
  • Abra Martin. Mikisew Cree: A Lost Opportunity for Doctrinal Clarity on Constitutional Principles
  • Carys Craig, Ian Kerr. The Death of the AI Author
  • Stéphane Sérafin. Les Positivismes Juridiques Au XXe Siècle: Normativismes, Sociologismes, Réalismes de Maxime St-Hilaire
  • Hugo Tremblay. Perspectives Critiques Sur le Droit de l’Environnement Face à l’Anthropocène
  • Virginia Torrie. Aspiration and Reality in Legal Education de David Sandomierski
  • Gabriel Poliquin, Ph.D. LL.B. L’art de Juger de l’Honorable Louis LeBel, Sous la Direction de Bjarne Melkevik
  • Michel Morin. Le Secret Ministériel: Théorie et Pratique de Yan Campagnolo
  • Lori Hausegger, Troy Riddell. Judges on Judging in Canadian Appellate Courts: The Role of Legal and Extra-Legal Factors on Decision-Making
  • Léonid Sirota. Immuring Dicey’s Ghost: The Senate Reform Reference and Constitutional Conventions
  • Dan Priel. “That Is Not How the Common Law Works”: Paths to Tort Liability for Harassment
  • Kristen Thomasen. Robots, Regulation, and the Changing Nature of Public Space

Journals Update

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Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal, Vol. 41

From the law reports
  • Roger Lee. Case Comment: Pirani v. Pirani.
from the legislatures
  • Samantha Nault. Finding the Middle Ground: What Substantial Compliance Means for Ontario.
  • Aubrie Girou & Catherine Bunio. B.C. Bill-21 and Electronic Wills: Progressive or Problematic?
  • Christopher J. Marr. New Brunswick’s Enduring Powers of Attorney Act: One Year Later.
  • Carol Liu. Looking Beyond the Crystal Ball: How Crypto-Wills and Digital Assets Can Change Wills and Estate Planning.
  • Joel Nitikman. Can a Charity Charge for Filet Mignon?
  • Ken Vimalesan. Occupational Rent.

Canadian Criminal Law Review, Vol. 26

  • Yves-Marie Morisette. A Personal Perspective on Judgment Writing.
  • Maxime Bérubé, Sophie Allard, Vincent Denault. Ensuring the Probative Value of Web Searches as Digital Evidence.
  • Hugues Parent. La Constitutionnalité de L’Article 33.1 du Code Criminel: Analyse et Commentaires.

Criminal Law Quarterly, Vol. 70

  • Kent W. Roach. Sexual Assault Law.
  • Hamish Stewart. The Fault Element of Sexual Assault.
  • Nick Kaschuk. Intoxication, Sexual Assault, and Consent.
  • Michael Plaxton. Sexual Assault’s Strangely Intractable Fault Problem.
  • Noor Sohail. The Probative Value of Sexual History Evidence and the 2019 Trilogy.
  • Samuel Mazzuca. Regulating the Admissibility & Use of Sexual Inactivity Evidence in Criminal Cases.
  • Isabel Grant and Janine Benedet. The Meaning of Capacity and Consent in Sexual Assault: R. v. G.F.

Canadian Journal of Administrative Law & Practice, Vol. 35

  • Christine Hickey. Reasons First: Post-Vavilov Considerations for Tribunal Participation on Judicial Review or Appeal.
  • John Mark Keyes. Judicial Review of Delegated Legislation–The Road Beyond Vavilov.
  • Derek McKee. Review of: Joseph Heath, the Machinery of Government: Public Administration and the Liberal State.
  • Ron Ellis. An Administrative Justice Fix: A Model Act.
  • Michelle A. Alton. The Evolution of Impartiality and the Need for Cultural Competency when Assessing Credibility.
  • Prof. Paul Daly. Vavilov on the Road.

Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence, Vol. 35

  • Omar Farahat. Time and Moral Choice in Islamic Jurisprudence.
  • Yifat Naftali Ben Zion. Moving Along the Continuum of Loyalty from a Standard Towards Rules.
  • Clovis Kemmerich. The Interpretation of Court Opinions.
  • Joshua Neoh. Law, Freedom, and Slavery.
  • Jeffrey Brand. Character and Repeat-Offender Sentencing.
  • Andre Santos Campos. The Political Conception of Human Rights and Its Rule(s) of Recognition.
  • Ya Lan Chang. Communitarianism, Properly Understood.
  • John Adenitire. The Rule of Law for All Sentient Animals.
  • Chris Bousquet. Words That Harm: Defending the Dignity Approach to Hate Speech Regulation.
  • Erick J. Sam. From Each According to Their Ability?

Education and Law Journal, Vol. 3

  • Shaheen Shariff, Kaelyn Macaulay, Farah Roxanne Stonebanks. What Is the Cost of Free Speech for Entertainment? A Missed Opportunity by the Supreme Court of Canada to Reduce Offensive Speech and Protect Marginalized Youth.
  • Rebecca Meharchand. “Unfair Dealing”: Mandatory Tariffs under Section 68.2(1) of the Copyright Act Rejected by the Supreme Court of Canada.
  • Baruch Wise. Vaccines Mandates and Legal Immunity for Ontario’s School Boards.
  • Ryan Ramdin. “Re-Framing” Student Choice in Ontario College and University Fees.
  • Aleks Ivovic. Disability Accommodations in University Admissions: A Step Forward for People with Disabilities or for University Autonomy?
  • Kenneth Wm. Thornicroft. Storming the Ivory Tower–Student Challenges to University Academic Decisions.

Indigenous Law Journal, Vol. 18

  • Danielle Lussier. Meek – A Legal Love Letter to My Children: If These Beads Could Talk.
  • Maya Chacaby. Bone Court Trial Transcripts.

University of Toronto Law Journal, Vol. 72

  • Robert Leckey, Eric Mendelsohn. The Notwithstanding Clause: Legislatures, Courts, and the Electorate.
  • Peter Jaffey. Remedial Consistency in Private Law.
  • Ezra Rosser. Hanoch Dagan, A Liberal Theory of Property (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2021).
  • David Lie, Lisa M Austin, Peter Yi Ping Sun, Wenjun Qiu. Automating Accountability? Privacy Policies, Data Transparency, and the Third Party Problem.

Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice, Vol. 37

  • Katie Sykes, Rebecca Dickson, Sarah Ewart, Candice Foulkes, Marina Landry. Civil Revolution: User Experiences with British Columbia’s Online Court.
  • Hassan M. Ahmad. Judicializing Foreign Affairs: The Canada-Saudi Arms Deal and the Implications of Transnational Tort Litigation.
  • Dalia Gesualdi-Fecteau, Maxine Visotzky-Charlebois. L’Accès à L’Accompagnement et à la Représentation par les Personnes Accidentées ou Malades du Travail: Une Analyse Sous le Prisme des Coûts de la Justice.
  • Carol Dauda, Danielle McNabb. Getting to Proportionality: The Trouble with Sentencing for Possession of Child Pornography in Ontario.
  • Donald J. Netolitzky, Richard Warman. As the Water Grinds the Stone: Comparison of Represented and Self-Represented Appellant Populations in the Federal Court of Appeal.

Digital Book Display – Evidence

One of the strengths of the Manitoba Law Library is our range of texts on evidence. We have titles specific to criminal law and family law, digital evidence, expert evidence, and section 24(2) of the Charter.

To help you browse, we’ve compiled some of our most recent print and online titles into this virtual book display.

How to use this display

Click on the image of a title you’re interested in to view the catalog listing (includes the abstract and subject headings).

Our library catalog allows you to create a reading list and keep track of titles. Click “select” at the bottom left of the book’s catalog record. You can add as many titles as you like to your list and email or print it for future reference.

We hope you enjoy this digital book display!


The following print titles are available:

The following titles are available in print as well as online in Emond’s Criminal Law Series available through the Law Society Member Portal:

Digital Evidence, 2nd ed.
Digital Evidence:
a practitioner’s handbook


The following titles are available on vLex through the Law Society Member Portal:

Expert Evidence in Criminal Law: the scientific approach
The Law of Evidence, 8th ed.


We also subscribe to journals that exclusively cover the topic of evidence. These journal titles from HeinOnline Law Journal Library are available behind the Law Society Member Portal:

  • Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review – vols. 1-18 (2004-2021)
  • International Commentary on Evidence – vols. 1-14 (1998-2016) are available in full text
  • International Journal of Evidence & Proof – vols. 1-22  (1996-2018) are available in full text

Journals Update

New articles from these journals are now available for Law Society members upon request. For a pdf copy of these or other legal journal articles email us at

Provincial Judges Journal

  • Introduction: Establishing an Effective Process for Judicial Compensation
    44 Prov Judges J 16 Susan Dawes
  • Judicial Independence, Judicial Compensation and Responsible Government: Finding a more appropriate balance
    44 Prov Judges J 22 Dr. Paul G. Thomas
  • Recent Developments in Judicial Independence: Judicial compensation commissions
    44 Prov Judges J 62 Notes for Remarks of The Honourable Frank Iacobucci, C.C., Q.C.
  • It’s Not Just About Compensation: Some other thoughts on judicial independence
    44 Prov Judges J 90 Judge Mayland McKimm

McGill Journal of Law and Health (also available on

  • A Reflection on the Duty to Warn after Létourneau v JTI-MacDonald: A Future for Obesity Litigation in Canada?
    14 McGill J. L. & Health 89 Jacob J Shelley
  • Book Note: Deveault, Audrey & Michaël Lessard, dir, Mourir au 21 Siècle: Entre Corporalités et Technologies, Montréal, Québec, Éditions Yvon Blais, 2020
    15 McGill J. L. & Health 1 Jean-Frédéric Ménard
  • Homologation du Mandat de Protection en cas D’Inaptitude Partielle du Mandant: 10 ans Après LP c FH, où en Sommes-Nous Rendus?
    15 McGill J. L. & Health 5 Anne-Isabelle Cloutier

Canadian Journal of Law and Technology

  • Reframing Technology-Facilitated Gender-Based Violence at the Intersections of Law & Society
    19 Can. J. L. & Tech. 209 Jane Bailey, Carys Craig, Suzie Dunn, Sonia Lawrence
  • Onlife Harms: Uber and Sexual Violence
    19 Can. J. L. & Tech. 277 Amanda Turnbull
  •  “I Bet You Don’t Get What We Get”: An Intersectional Analysis of Technology-Facilitated Violence Experienced by Racialized Women Anti-Violence Online Activists in Canada
    19 Can. J. L. & Tech. 217 Nasreen Rajani
  • Responding to Deficiencies in the Architecture of Privacy: Co-Regulation as the Path Forward for Data Protection on Social Networking Sites
    19 Can. J. L. & Tech. 411 Laurent Crépeau
  • Dignity, Intersectional Gendered Harm, and a Flexible Approach: Analysis of the Right to One’s Image in Quebec
    19 Can. J. L. & Tech. 307 Yuan Stevens
  • Mike Zajko, Telecom Tension: Internet Service Providers and Public Policy in Canada
    19 Can. J. L. & Tech. 505 Matt Malone
  • On the Internet, Nobody Knows You Are a Dog: Contested Authorship of Digital Evidence in Cases of Gender-Based Violence
    19 Can. J. L. & Tech. 371 Suzie Dunn, Moira Aikenhead
  • Bringing Section 8 Home: An Argument for Recognizing a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy in Metadata Collected from Smart Home Devices
    19 Can. J. L. & Tech. 457 Ana Qarri
  • Intimate Images and Authors’ Rights: Non-Consensual Disclosure and the Copyright Disconnect
    19 Can. J. L. & Tech. 333 Meghan Sali
  • “Don’t Take on the Responsibilty of Somebody Else’s Fu**ed up Behavior”: Responding to Online Abuse in the Context of Barriers to Support
    19 Can. J. L. & Tech. 249 Chandell Gosse
  • Artificial Intelligence in Canadian Healthcare: Will the Law Protect Us from Algorithmic Bias Resulting in Discrimination?
    19 Can. J. L. & Tech. 475 Bradley Henderson, Colleen M. Flood, Teresa Scassa

Manitoba Law Journal (also available on

Vol 44, no 5

  • Decades in Crisis: A Critical Analysis of the Underuse of Sections 81 and 84 of the Corrections and Conditional Release Act and Its Role in the Systemic Neglect of Indigenous Rehabilitation and Reintegration
    44 Man. L.J. 96 Madison Parker
  • A Tale of Two Countries: Constitutionalizing the Mandatory Minimum Sentence
    44 Man. L.J. 149 Bryton M.P. Moen
  • Constitutionalizing Gladue Rights: Critical Perspectives and Prospective Paths Forward
    44 Man. L.J. 29 Hardie Rath-Wilson
  • Making an ‘ASH’ Out of Gladue: The Bowden Experiment
    44 Man. L.J. 1 Jane Dickson
  • Reconsidering Luxton in the Post-Nur Revolution: A Brief Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Recent Challenges to Mandatory Minimums and Other Sentencing Provisions
    44 Man. L.J. 124 Stacey M. Purser
  • The Devil’s Playground: A Case Study of Elgin-Middlesex Detention Centre (EMDC) Demonstrating the Systemic Failings of the Ontario Corrections Regime
    44 Man. L.J. 60 Nicole Kelly

Journals Update

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Education and Law Journal

  • Annual Review of Education Law 30 Educ. & L.J. 237

Manitoba Law Journal  (also available on

Vol 44, no 3

  • Preface & Issue Overview “Ultra Vires and Void:” an Executive Inquiry Takes on Manitoba’s Legislative Building Crisis (And Wins)
    44 Man. L.J. 185 Tom Mitchell
  • Triaging and Mediating to Meet the Needs of Families under the Family Dispute Resolution (Pilot Project) Act of Manitoba
    44 Man. L.J. 1 Stefanie Goldberg
  • Bad Law: Rethinking Justice for a Postcolonial Canada
    44 Man. L.J. 299 Justice Gerald Jewers
  • A Deposit in a Pre-Incorporation Transaction Is Still a Deposit: A Comment on Benedetto v 2453912 Ontario Inc
    44 Man. L.J. 225 Darcy L. MacPherson
  • High Time for Change: Combatting the Black Market for Cannabis in Canada
    44 Man. L.J. 257 Nick Noonan
  • Readability in the Canadian Tax System
    44 Man. L.J. 63 Colin Jackson
  • The Premier Should Not Also Be the Attorney General: Roncarelli v Duplessis Revisited as a Cautionary Tale in Legal Ethics and Professionalism
    44 Man. L.J. 155 Andrew Flavelle Martin
  • The Duty of Legislative Counsel as Guardians of the Statute Book: Sui Generis or a Professional Duty of Lawyers?
    44 Man. L.J. 116 Andrew Flavelle Martin

Vol 44, no 4

  • The Troubled History of the Defence of Duress and Excluded Offences: Could the Reasoned Use of Mitigation on Sentencing Prevent Duress from (Further) Becoming Archaic, Gendered, and Completely Inaccessible?
    44 Man. L.J. 33 Frances E. Chapman, Georgette M. Lemieux
  • Fitness to Stand Trial and Dementia: Considering Changes to Assessment to Meet Demographic Need
    44 Man. L.J. 177 Shauna Sawich, Hygiea Casiano
  • Fundamentally Flawed: The Arbitrariness of the Corporal Punishment Defence
    44 Man. L.J. 87 Mark Carter
  • The Availability of the Common Law Defence of Duress to Principals Charged with Murder: An Analysis of the Conflicting Appellate Decisions in R v Willis (TAW) and R v Aravena
    44 Man. L.J. 136 Robert H. Tanha
  • The Constitutionality of Excluding Duress as a Defence to Murder
    44 Man. L.J. 111 Colton Fehr
  • The Slow Death of the Reasonable Steps Requirement for the Mistake of Age Defence
    44 Man. L.J. 1 Isabel Grant
  • Year in Review
    44 Man. L.J. 208 David Ireland

Vol 44, no 6

  • Shattered: The Historic and Continued Breaching of Indigenous Persons Right to Reasonable and Timely Bail
    44 Man. L.J. 170 Sean Gallop
  • Blurred Lines: A Critical Examination of the Use of Police Officers and Police Employees as Expert Witnesses in Criminal Trials
    44 Man. L.J. 48 Brandon Trask, Evan Podaima
  • Algorithmic Policing Technologies in Canada
    44 Man. L.J. 246 Shawn Singh
  • Predictive Policing and the Charter
    44 Man. L.J. 224 Kaitlyn Hiller
  • California Wrongful Incarceration Compensation Law: A History That Is Still Being Written
    44 Man. L.J. 194 Kelly Shea Delvac
  • Talking to Strangers: A Critical Analysis of the Supreme Court of Canada’s Decision in R v Mills
    44 Man. L.J. 108 Chelsey Buggie
  • Detained on Sight: The Socioeconomic Aspect of Social Context in R v Le
    44 Man. L.J. 138 Lewis Waring
  • Pungent Sound: Analyzing the Criminal Enforcement of Environmental Law in the Pacific Northwest
    44 Man. L.J. 76 Joshua Ozymy, Melissa Jarrell Ozymy
  • Wrongful Extradition: Reforming the Committal Phase of Canada’s Extradition Law
    44 Man. L.J. 1 Robert J. Currie