Law Publications

 

Research in Law Publications examines business and international law from a global perspective, with a focus on gender and aboriginal equity, activism and copyright. This research has an impact not just on other scholars, but also on domestic and international policy, business, health, government, and civil litigation.

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Submissions from 2022

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Bankruptcy and Insolvency as an Expanding Field: An Historical Analysis of Reference Re Debt Adjustment Act, 1937 (Alta.), Virginia Torrie and Thomas G. W. Telfer

Submissions from 2021

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Equitable subordination redux? Section 183 of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act and respecting the 'legislative will' of Parliament, Thomas G. W. Telfer

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The New Bankruptcy ‘Detective Agency’? The Origins of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy in Great Depression Canada, Thomas G. W. Telfer

Submissions from 2018

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Beside the Supreme Court Bench, David Sandomierski

Canada’s “Constitution Outside the Courts”: Provincial Non-Enforcement of Constitutionally Suspect Federal Criminal Laws as Case Study, Wade Wright

Dividing Paramountcy, Not Jurisdiction: Two Proposals for a Rewritten Division of Powers, Wade Wright

Submissions from 2017

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Logical Form and the Vernacular Revisited, Andrew Botterell

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Abductive Reasoning in WTO Law, Chios Carmody

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Obligations versus Rights: Substantive Difference between WTO and International Investment Law, Chios Carmody

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Review of The Development of World Trade Organization Law, Chios Carmody

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Great Expectations: the Treatment of Expectations in WTO and International Investment Law, Chios Carmody and Chios Carmody

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Indigenous Legal Orders in Canada - a literature review, Michael Coyle

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Reconceptualising the Tort of Public Nuisance, Jason Neyers

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Legal Inquiry: A Liberal Arts Experiment in Demystifying Law, David Sandomierski

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Tension and Reconciliation in Canadian Contract Law Casebooks, David Sandomierski

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Rediscovering the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Power: Political and Constitutional Challenges to the Bankruptcy Act, 1919-1929, Thomas G. W. Telfer

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Review of The Wellness Doctrines: For Law Students & Young Lawyers, by Jerome Doraisamy, Thomas G. W. Telfer

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The Internet of Things: Implications for Consumer Privacy under Canadian Law, Samuel E. Trosow, Lindsay Taylor, and Alexandrina Hanam

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Access Copyright v York University, Federal Court, Justice Phelan 2017 FC 669, Margaret Ann Wilkinson

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A Copyright Board for Canada at 150, Margaret Ann Wilkinson

Submissions from 2016

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Why Gametes Are Not Like Enriched Uranium, Andrew Botterell

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Licensing Parents in International Contract Pregnancies, Andrew Botterell and Carolyn McLeod

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Tate & Lyle: Pure Economic Loss and the Modern Tort of Public Nuisance, Andrew Botterell and Jason Neyers

Interdependence and the WTO Agreement as a "Contractual Constitution", Chios Carmody

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Theory and Theoretical Approaches to WTO Law, Chios Carmody