Faculty Research

Faculty Publications  

Sanjeev Anand

Authored Books

Nicholas Bala & Sanjeev Anand, Youth Criminal Justice Law, 2d ed. (Toronto: Irwin Law, 2009) (757 pages)

Eric Colvin & Sanjeev Anand, Principles of Criminal Law, 3d ed. (Toronto: Thomson/Carswell, 2007) (599 pages)  

Edited Books

Sanjeev Anand, ed., Children and the Law: Essays in Honour of Professor Nicholas Bala (Toronto: Irwin Law, 2011) (298 pages)

Andrea Tuck-Jackson, Fern Weinper, Sanjeev Anand & Lee Tustin eds., Annotated Youth Criminal Justice Act Service (Toronto: Butterworths, 2004) (approx 500 pages)

Andrea Tuck-Jackson, Fern Weinper, Sanjeev Anand & Lee Tustin eds., Annotated Youth Criminal Justice Act Service (Toronto: Butterworths, 2003) (approx 500 pages)  

Chapters in Edited Collections

Sanjeev Anand & Nicholas Bala, "Canadian Youth Crime in Context" in Nicholas Bala (ed.), Youth Criminal Justice Law (Toronto: Irwin Law Inc., 2003) 553-575  

Articles in Academic Journals

Sanjeev Anand, “Rationalizing Infanticide: A Medico-Legal Assessment of the Criminal Code’s Child Homicide Offence” (2010) 47 Alberta Law Review 705-728

Sanjeev Anand & Kent Roach, “Inertia, Uncertainty, and Canadian Homicide Law: An Introduction to the Special Issue” (2010) 47 Alberta Law Review 643-650

Sanjeev Anand, “The Validity of Community-Based Sentences Compelling the Production of Bodily Samples” (2007) 49 Criminal Reports 25-33

Sanjeev Anand, “The Truth About Canadian Judicial Activism” (2006) 15 Constitutional Forum 87-98

Sanjeev Anand, “The Origins, Early History, and Evolution of the English Criminal Trial Jury” (2005) 43 Alberta Law Review 407-432

Sanjeev Anand & Heather Manweiller, “Stress and the Canadian Criminal Trial Jury: A Critical Review of the Literature and the Options for Dealing with Juror Stress” (2005) 50 Criminal Law Quarterly 403-440

Sanjeev Anand, “Canadian Graduate Legal Education: Past, Present and Future” (2004) 27 Dalhousie Law Journal 55-162

Nicholas Bala & Sanjeev Anand, “The First Months under the Youth Criminal Justice Act: A Survey and Analysis of Case Law” (2004) 46 Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 251-271

Sanjeev Anand, "Crafting Youth Sentences: The Roles of Rehabilitation, Proportionality, Restraint, Restorative Justice, and Race Under the Youth Criminal Justice Act" (2003) 40 Alberta Law Review 943-963

Sanjeev Anand, "Clones, Controversy, Confusion, and Criminal Law: A Reply to Professor Caulfield" (2002) 40 Alberta Law Review 493-505

Sanjeev Anand & James Robb, "The Admissibility of Young People's Statements Under the Proposed Youth Criminal Justice Act" (2002) 39 Alberta Law Review 771-787

Sanjeev Anand, "Stopping Stalking: A Search for Solutions, A Blueprint for Effective Change" (2001) 64 Saskatchewan Law Review 397-428

Sanjeev Anand, "Should Parliament Enact Statutory Limitation Periods for Criminal Offences?" (2000) 44 Criminal Law Quarterly 8-14

Sanjeev Anand, "The Good, the Bad, and the Unaltered: An Analysis of Bill C-68, the Youth Criminal Justice Act" (1999) 4 Canadian Criminal Law Review 249-270

Sanjeev Anand, "Preventing Youth Crime: What Works, What Doesn't, and What It All Means for Canadian Juvenile Justice Policy" (1999) 25 Queen's Law Journal 177-249

Sanjeev Anand, "Sentencing, Judicial Discretion and Juvenile Justice, Part II" (1999) 41 Criminal Law Quarterly 485-500

Sanjeev Anand, "Catalyst for Change: The History of Canadian Juvenile Justice Reform" (1999) 24 Queen's Law Journal 515-559

Sanjeev Anand, "Beyond the Wilful Promotion of Hatred: The Other Criminal Code Provisions Proscribing Expressions of Racial Hatred" (1998) 3 Canadian Criminal Law Review 141-160

Sanjeev Anand, "Sentencing, Judicial Discretion and Juvenile Justice, Part I" (1998) 41 Criminal Law Quarterly 318-344

Sanjeev Anand, "Expressions of Racial Hatred and Racism in Canada: An Historical Perspective" (1998) 77 Canadian Bar Review 181-197

Sanjeev Anand, "Beyond Keegstra: The Constitutionality of the Wilful Promotion of Hatred Revisited" (1998) 9 National Journal of Constitutional Law 117-157

Sanjeev Anand, "Expressions of Racial Hatred and Criminal Law: Proposals for Reform" (1997) 40 Criminal Law Quarterly 215-242

Sanjeev Anand, "The Search and Seizure of Motor Vehicles" (1997) 2 Canadian Criminal Law Review 145-161  

Case Comments

Sanjeev Anand, “A Provocative Perspective on the Influence of Anger on the Mens Rea for Murder: The Alberta Court of Appeal’s Interpretation of Parent in Walle (2008) 54 Criminal Law Quarterly 27-41

Sanjeev Anand, “Reasonable Chastisement: A Critique of the Supreme Court of Canada’s Decision in the ‘Spanking’ Case” (2004) 41 Alberta Law Review 871-878

Sanjeev Anand & Nicholas Bala, "The Quebec Court of Appeal Youth Justice Reference: Striking Down the Toughest Part of the New Act” (2003) 10 Criminal Reports 397-418

Sanjeev Anand, "Determining Causal Standards for First Degree Murder in the Wake of Nette: When Does the Substantial Cause Test Apply?" (2002) 46 Criminal Law Quarterly 282-292

Sanjeev Anand, "R.J.H. and the Power of Courts to Order Provincial Governments to Pay for Young Offender Treatment" (2001) 12 National Journal of Constitutional Law 309-314

Sanjeev Anand, "The sentencing of aboriginal offenders, continued confusion and persisting problems: A comment on the decision in R. v. Gladue" (2000) 42 Canadian Journal of Criminology 412-420

Sanjeev Anand, "A Case for Upholding the Child Pornography Law" (1999) 25 Criminal Reports (5th) 312-319

Sanjeev Anand, "Case Comment - R. v. M.(M.R.): Why a Different Approach to Searches of Students by School Authorities is Needed" (1999) 10 National Journal of Constitutional Law 235-240

Sanjeev Anand, "V.(J.) and the Use of Child Abuse Syndrome in the Young Offender Context" (1999) 20 Criminal Reports (5th) 111-115

Sanjeev Anand, "Does the Staff Model Offer a Solution to the Issue of Court Ordered Youth Legal Aid?" (1998) 18 Criminal Reports (5th) 328-335

Sanjeev Anand, "Case Comment: R. v. Lucas" (1998) 14 Criminal Reports (5th) 279-282  

Book Reviews

Sanjeev Anand, "Book Review: Young Offenders Law by Nicholas Bala" (1998) 41 Criminal Law Quarterly 389-392  

Other Publications

Lorne Bertrand, Joanne Paetsch, & Sanjeev Anand, Juror Stress Debriefing: A Review of the Literature and an Evaluation of a Yukon Program (Whitehorse, YK: Yukon Department of Justice, 2008) (100 pages)

Jeanette Gomes, Joseph Hornick, & Sanjeev Anand, The Functioning of the Youth Justice System in Alberta (Ottawa: Department of Justice Canada, 2002) (53 pages) 

 

Sarah Buhler

 

“Cardboard Boxes and Invisible Fences: Homelessness and Public Space in City of Victoria v. Adams” (2009) 27 Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice 209.

“Journeys to 20th Street: the Inner City as Critical Pedagogical Space for Legal Education” (2009) 32 Dalhousie Law Journal 381.

“Conjugal Succession Rights in Saskatchewan” (2007) Estates, Pensions & Trusts Journal 383. (With Gregory Walen, Q.C.).

“Babies as Bargaining Chips? In Defence of Birthright Citizenship in Canada” (2002) 17 Journal of Law and Social Policy 87.

“Simon v. Simon and Penner v. Penner” (case comment) (2001) 18 Canadian Journal of Family Law 183.

Ron C.C. Cuming

 

Personal Property Security Law (Irwin Law, Inc, 2005) with C. Walsh and R. Wood.

Personal Property Securities in New Zealand (Brookers, 2002) (600 pp.) with M. Gedye and R. Wood

Alberta Personal Property Security Act Handbook, 4th ed. (Calgary: Carswell, 1998)

British Columbia Personal Property Security Act Handbook, 4th ed. (Calgary: Carswell, 1998)

Saskatchewan and Manitoba Personal Property Security Handbook (Calgary: Carswell, 1995)

Signa A. Daum Shanks

 

"Can Canada’s North West Prove Mobility is a Legal Right?", Native American and Indigenous Studies Association Annual Meeting, Sacramento, California, 21 May 2011.

"How the History of Métis Peoples in Canada Demonstrates the Ultimate Example of Sustainable Resource Use," Society of Environmental Law and Economics Annual Meeting, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 25 June 2011.

"Labour Changes as a Form of Dependency: Post-1821 Trends at One Post in Saskatchewan," Fur Trade and Metis Days, Canadian Historical Association - Congress, Carleton University, Ottawa, 24 May 2009.

"Can Shared Land Use Be a Legal Right? Some Notes from Canada," Israeli Law and Society Association Annual Meeting, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, 26 December 2008.

"Who Cares About the Indigenous West? The Future Role of Historiography," Western Canadian Studies Conference, Edmonton AB, 19 June 2008

"What is 'Inter-Indigenous Law'? The Implications of a Historic Collective Identity Upon Modern Legal Discourse," Colonial Commons Conference, CONGRESS, Vancouver BC, 29 May 2008

"The Influence of Non-Law Academic Work Upon the Legal Profession," Law Society of Upper Canada and the University of Windsor Faculty of Law, Career Development Symposium, Windsor ON, 25 March 2008.

"Indigenous Slavery and Indigenous Litigation in Eighteenth Century Montreal," University of Toronto Legal History Group, Toronto ON, 6 February 2008.

"Municipalities and First Nations Reserves: What's the Connection?" Municipal World (January 2007), 31-32, 40.

"Can the Notion of 'Exclusive Use' Disappear in Law? Predicting How an Aboriginal Claim Responds to this Question," International Law and Society Association, Berlin, Germany, 18 July 2007.

"The Indian Claims Commission, Constitutional 'Overlaps' and Independent Tribunals," Canadian Indigenous and Natives Studies Association (CINSA), CONGRESS, Saskatoon, SK, 31 May 2007.

"The Current Influence of Historic Economic Trade by the Metis in Canadian Law," Fur Trade and Metis Days, Canadian Historical Association (CHA) and (CINSA), CONGRESS, Saskatoon, SK, 29 May 2007

"Who's the Best Aboriginal? An 'Overlap' and Canadian Constitutionalism," in The Law Commission of Canada, ed. The Place of Justice. Halifax: Fernwood Books, 2006.

"The Office of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs," in Aron Hsaio, ed., The United States at War. Oxford: ABC-CLIO, 2006.

"Meeting Place, Strong River: Aboriginals, Judges and Social Science Together in Court," American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA 27 August 2006.

"Mamiskotamaw: 'Oral History,' 'Indigenous Method' and Canadian Law in Three Books," Indigenous Law Journal, 3:1 (2004), 290-302.

"Wasakechak Lives in Victoria," University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review, 61:2 (2003) 235-240.

Patricia Farnese

 

“Remembering the Farmer in the Agricultural Policy and Obesity Debate.” (2010) 65(2) Food & Drug L.J. 391. (refereed)

John D. Stefaniuk and “Saskatchewan Climate Change Law,” in Dennis E. Mahoney, ed. The Law of Climate Change in Canada. (Toronto, Canada Law Book, 2010).

Canadian Agri-Environmental Principles (2010). Prepared for Agriculture and Agri-food Canada.

“Canadian Food Law Update.” (2009) 5(2) J. Food L & Policy 273. (refereed)

Patricia L. Farnese and Barbara von Tigerstrom, Report on the Legal Framework for Animal Health in Canada (2008). Prepared for Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.

“Canadian Food Law Update.” (2008) 4(2) J. Food L & Policy 313. (refereed)

“Tracking Liability – Traceability and the Farmer.” (2007) 45 Alta. L.Rev. 203. (refereed)

Barriers to the Emergence of a Native Seed Industry in Saskatchewan (2007). Prepared for Saskatchewan Environment.

“Performance Standards for Greenhouse Gas Mitigation in Agriculture,” in Floor Brouwer and Bruce McCarl, eds. Agriculture and Climate Beyond 2050: A New Perspective on Future Land Use Patterns. (Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer, 2006).

Murray Fulton, Patricia Farnese, Bob McGregor, Marie Boehm and Alfons Weersink, “Institutional transformative change in biosphere greenhouse gas management in Northern Great Plains agriculture,” in Floor Brouwer and Bruce McCarl, eds. Agriculture and Climate Beyond 2050: A New Perspective on Future Land Use Patterns. (Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer, 2006).

On-farm Implications of Traceability Initiatives in the Canadian Agri-food Sector: A Guide for Farmers and their Legal Representatives. (2006). Prepared for the Saskatchewan Mustard Development Commission and Agriculture and Agri-food Canada.

Craig A. Zawada and A Producer’s Guide to Risk Management and Due Diligence. (2006). Prepared for the Saskatchewan Mustard Development Commission and Agriculture and Agri-food Canada.

“Wetlands in Agricultural Landscapes: A Legal and Policy Context.” 3 Law, Science and Policy (2006) 33. (refereed)

“Future Directions for Canadian Wetland Policy,” Water News, Issue 2 (Ottawa, Ont.: Canadian Water Resources Association, October 2005).

“Patently Unreasonable: Reconsidering Patentee Responsibility in Today’s Inventive Climate.” 6 Tul. J. Tech. & I.P. (2004)2. (refereed)

“Crop Insurers Required to Exhaust Administrative Remedies,” Agricultural Law Update, Vol. 20, No. 4 (Ames, Iowa: American Agricultural Law Association, March 2003).

“Non-profit Organization Lacks Standing to Challenge Classification and Use of Downed Animals,” Agricultural Law Update, Vol. 19, No. 11 (Ames, Iowa: American Agricultural Law Association, October 2002).

“The Constitutionality of Legislating Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction in Agriculture.” CSALE Occasional Paper (Saskatoon: CSALE, 1999).

Rob Flannigan

 

A number of his publications are available at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=118622.

Robin Hansen

 

A number of her publications are available in PDF at: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=1172773

“The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and its Implications for the Equality Rights of Canadians with Disabilities: the Case of Education” (2011) Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice, 29(1) (with R. Malhotra)

“Fullowka v. Pinkerton's of Canada Ltd. and the Material Contribution Test for Factual Causation in Negligence” (2011) Alberta Law Review, 48:3: 771-782

“The Systemic Challenge of Corporate Investor Nationality in an Era of Multinational Business” (2010) Revue d'arbitrage et de médiation / Journal of Arbitration and Mediation, 1(1): 81-115

“Parallel Proceedings in Investor-State Treaty Arbitration: Responses for Treaty-Drafters, Arbitrators and Parties” (2010) The Modern Law Review, 73(4): 523-555

“The International Legal Personality of Multinational Enterprises: Treaty, Custom and the Governance Gap” (2010) Global Jurist (Advances), 10(1): Art. 9, 1-132

"What's 'New' in the New West Partnership Trade Agreement? The NWPTA and the Agreement on Internal Trade Compared" (2010) Saskatchewan Law Review, 73(2): 197-235 (with H.D. Heavin)

“Multinational Enterprise Pursuit of Minimized Liability: Law, International Business Theory and the Prestige Oil Spill” (2008) Berkeley Journal of International Law, 26(2): 101-141

“Reconciling the International and the Domestic: The Reasonable Period of Time under DSU Article 21.3” (2008) in M.E. Janow, V. Donaldson and A. Yanovich, (eds.), The WTO: Governance, Dispute Settlement and Developing Countries, 987-1008. Huntington, NY: Juris Publishing (with D.M. McRae)

“The Influence of NAFTA Chapter 11 in the BIT Landscape” (2005) 12:1 UC Davis Journal of International Law & Policy 101-119 (with Meg Kinnear).

Felix Hoehn

 

Reconciling Sovereignties: Aboriginal Nations and Canada (Native Law Centre, University of Saskatchewan, 2012).

"Privatization and the Boundaries of Judicial Review," (2011) 54:1 Canadian Public Administration 73.

“Municipal councils must be attentive to procedural fairness” The Lawyers Weekly, September 29, 2006 at 17. 

“Local Government and Saskatchewan’s Sweeping Reforms” (2000) 5 Digest of Municipal and Planning Law (Carswell) 362.

Municipalities and Canadian Law: Defining the Authority of Local Governments (Saskatoon: Purich, 1996). 

“Garden Suites and the Law” Scenario, newsletter of the Association of Community Planners of Saskatchewan, Summer 1993.

Michaela Keet

 

"Collaborative Family Law and Gender Inequalities: Balancing Risks and Opportunities" (with Wanda Wiegers) (2008) 46 Osgoode Hall Journal 733

"Client Engagement Inside Collaborative Law" (with Wanda Wiegers and Melanie Morrison), (2008) 24 Canadian Journal of Family Law

"Recent Supreme Court of Canada Decision in Tort Law: Mustapha and Hill" in Civil Law Update, seminar materials, Saskatchewan Legal Education Society Inc., December 2008

"Collaborative Law: A Gateway to New Thinking" in Canadian Bar Association, Saskatchewan Branch, Bar Notes, Fall, 2007

"Restorative Justice: Supporting Meaningful Educational Experiences" in Vol. ll, No. 3, Justice as Healing (Native Law Center newsletter), 2006

"The Evolution of Lawyers' Roles in Mandatory Mediation: A Condition of Systemic Transformation" (2005) 68 Saskatchewan Law Review 313

"Civil Justice Reform and Mandatory Civil Mediation in Saskatchewan: Lessons from a Maturing Program" (with Julie Macfarlane) (2005) 42 Alberta Law Review 677

Commentary on Restorative Justice, in Paul Chartrand, proceedings from "Aboriginal People and the Criminal Justice System in Saskatchewan: What Next?" published in the Saskatchewan Law Review, Fall, 2005

"Conceptual and Computation Issues in Damages for Sexual Assault" (with K. Cooper-Stephenson), in Fraud and Sexual Assault Update, conference materials, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association, Fall 2005

"A Summary of the Evaluation Report's Findings", in From Rhetoric to Re-Examination: Essential Litigation Topics, conference materials, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association, Fall 2004

"From Litigation to Mediation: Using Advocacy Skills for Success in Mandatory or Court-Connected Mediation" (with Teresa Salamone) (2001) 64 Saskatchewan Law Review 57

"Getting it Done - A Process Design for Environmental Negotiations" (with Teresa Salamone), Natural Resources & Environment (ABA Section of Environment, Energy and Resources), Volume 16(2), Fall 2001, 122

John C. Kleefeld

 

"From Brouhahas to Brehon Laws: Poetic Impulse in the Law" (2010) 4 Law and Humanities 21

“Book Review—Three Negotiation Books: The Skills and Ethics of Negotiation by Marjorie Benson, The New Lawyer: How Settlement is Transforming the Practice of Law by Julie Macfarlane, and The Theory and Practice of Representative Negotiation by Colleen Hancyz, Trevor Farrow and Frederick Zemans” (2010) 73 Sask. L. Rev. 145

"Book Review — Negotiation: An A-Z Guide" by Gavin Kennedy (2010) 76 Arbitration 187

"Book Review—The Law of Nuisance in Canada by Gregory S. Pun and Margaret I. Hall" (2010) 68 Advocate 767

"Write Me a Memo" (2010) 4 Canadian Legal Education Annual Review 217

"'A Delicate Necessity’: Bruker v. Marcovitz and the Problem of Jewish Divorce” (with A. Kennedy) (2008) 24 Can. J. Fam. L. 205

“Thinking Like a Human: British Columbia’s Apology Act” (2007) 40 U.B.C.L. Rev. 769, rp’d in Dispute Resolution Conference 2008 (Vancouver: Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia, 2008)

“Book Review—The Modern Cy-Près Doctrine: Applications & Implications by Rachael P. Mulheron (2007) 4:1 Canadian Class Action Review 203

“Book Review—Pension Law by Ari N. Kaplan” (2006) 64 Advocate 865, rep’d in (2006) 13 Pension Planning 864 as “The Paradox of Pension Law”

“Book Review—The Law of Large-Scale Claims: Product Liability, Mass Torts and Complex Litigation in Canada by Jamie Cassels and Craig Jones” (2006) 39 U.B.C.L. Rev. 233

“Invoking and Participating in Mediation in British Columbia” (with Alex Ning) (2006) 15 Scrivener 30

“Book Review—The Trial: A History, from Socrates to O.J. Simpson by Sadakat Kadri” (2006) 64 Advocate 295

“Boilerplate” (2005)—85 The Dalhousie Review 132

“Resolving Mass Wrongs: A Command-Consensus Perspective” (with A. Srivastava) (2005) 30 Queen’s L.J. 449

“Book Review—Humanizing Our Global Order: Essays in Honour of Ivan Head” (2004) 62 Advocate 933

“Administrative Tribunals and the Constitution: Reclaiming the Grail” (2004) 29 Adv. Q. 54

“Rhyme and Reason (sub nom. The Dreadfulest Thing of All)” (2004) 62 Advocate 351

“Rethinking ‘Like a Lawyer’: An Incrementalist’s Proposal for First Year Curriculum Reform” (2003) 53 J. Legal Educ. 254

“Whiten v. Pilot: Safe Harbour for Punitive Contract Damages?” (with C.E. Jones) (2002) 60 Advocate 507

“Top of the Class: The Supreme Court of Canada’s Endorsement of Class Actions” (Continuing Legal Education Society of BC, May 2002)

“Class Actions in Canada” (2002) 44:3 For the Defense 60

“ADR and Professional Regulation” in Self-Governing Professions: Regulatory Issues (Vancouver: Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia, 2001)

“Class Actions as Alternative Dispute Resolution” (2001) 39 Osgoode Hall L.J. 817

“Settling a Class Action (or How to Wrestle an Octopus)” (with W.K. Branch), Canadian Institute Conference on Litigating Toxic Torts and Other Mass Wrongs (Toronto: December 2000)

“Pinochet and Locobail: English Developments in the Law of Bias” (2000) 58 Advocate 851

“The Business Cases: Corporate Claims Under the Canadian Charter of Rights & Freedoms” (with J. Wiltshire), in Charter Update 1999 (Vancouver: Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia, 1999)

“The Charter and Administrative Law: Applicability, Jurisdiction and the Power to Grant Remedies” (with M. Baird), in Charter Update 1999 (Vancouver: Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia, 1999)

“Prince Jefri Bolkiah v. KPMG: House of Lords Holds Accountants to Solicitors’ Duty of Confidentiality in ‘Chinese Walls’ Case” (1999) 57 Advocate 223

“Westcoast Energy Inc. v. NEB: Revisiting the Division of Powers Over Transportation, Communication & Resource Development” (1998) 10 N.J.C.L. 69

Tamara Larre

 

“The Children’s Fitness Tax Credit: Right Message, Wrong Policy” in Lisa Philipps, Neil Brooks, and Jinyan Li, eds., Tax Expenditures: State of the Art, (Toronto: Canadian Tax Foundation, 2011) 12:1

B. von Tigerstrom*, T.Larre, J. Sauder “Children’s Fitness Tax Credit” (2011) 300201  American Journal of Public Health e1-e7

“Has the Dust Finally Settled?  Restricted Farm Losses Post Moldowan” (2011) 74 Saskatchewan Law Review 83

"Taxing Personal Injury Damages” (2010) 58 Canadian Tax Journal 577

“Developments in Taxation Law: The 2008-2009 Term” (2009) 48 Supreme Court Law Review 285

“Pity the Taxpayer: The Tax Exemption for Personal Injury Damages as a Disability Policy” (2007) 33 Queen’s Law Journal 217

“Breaking the Law and “Writing it Off”: Should Fines and Penalties Be Deductible Under the Income Tax Act?” (2002) 65 Saskatchewan Law Review 217

Glen Luther

 

“Extra-Legal Police Powers in Canada: The rule of law and the enigma of retroactive decision making” in: K. Gorkoff and R. Jochelson, Theorizing Justice: Interdisciplining the Divide – A Reader (Winnipeg: Fernwood Press, 2011) (in press).

Steve Coughlan and Glen Luther, Detention and Arrest (Toronto: Irwin Law 2010).

“Limiting Instructions and Similar Facts” (2009) 63 C.R. (6th) 12, with Professor Michael Plaxton.

“Consent Search and Reasonable Expectation of Privacy: Twin Barriers to the Reasonable Protection of Privacy in Canada” (2008), 41 U.B.C. Law Review 1.

"The Top Ten Issues in Law and Psychiatry" (2006) 69 Saskatchewan Law Review 401 - 440 with Dr. Mansfield Mela

“Of Excision, Amplification and Standing: Making Sense of the Law of Evidence in the Context of Challenges to Warranted Searches” (2006) 11 Canadian Criminal Law Review 1 - 26.

“Of Standing and Factual Foundations: Understanding How an Accused Challenges the Constitutionality of Criminal Legislation” (2006) 51 Criminal Law Quarterly 360 - 388.

“The Frayed and Tarnished Silver Thread: Stinchcombe and the Role of Crown Counsel in Alberta” (2002) 40 Alberta Law Review 567- 592.

“Random Stopping: A Right to Discriminate?” (1989) 19 Victoria University of Wellington Law Review 1-13

“The Search and Seizure of Motor Vehicles: Learning From an American Mistake” (1987) 12 Queen’s Law Journal 239-276.

"Law and Order and the Violent Offences Legislation 1986" [1987] New Zealand Law Journal 126-131 with N. Cameron, S. France

“Police Power and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms: Creation or Control?” (1986-87) 51 Saskatchewan Law Review 217-227

Dwight Newman

 

Books

Community and Collective Rights: A Theoretical Framework for Rights Held by Groups (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2011). 

Charter of Rights volume of Halsbury’s Laws of Canada (Toronto: LexisNexis, 2010).

The Duty to Consult: New Relationships with Aboriginal Peoples (Saskatoon: Purich, 2009).

Understanding Property: A Guide to Canada’s Property Law, 2nd edn. (Toronto: Carswell, 2008) (co-authored with Marjorie L. Benson & Marie-Ann Bowden).

Book Chapters

“Letting the Elephants Watch the Mice: The Surrender of Canadian Anti-Bribery Legislation to American Jurisdiction”, in Chi Charmody & Valerie Oosterveld, eds., Is Our House in Order? Canada's Implementation of International Law (Kingston/Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2010).   

“Africa and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples”, in Solomon Dersso, ed., Perspectives on Minority and Indigenous Peoples’ Rights in Africa (Pretoria: Pretoria University Law Press, 2010).

“Institutional Roles and Chief Justice Lamer’s Aboriginal Rights Jurisprudence”, in Adam Dodek & Daniel Jutras, eds., The Sacred Fire:  The Legacy of Chief Justice Antonio Lamer / Le feu sacré: l'héritage d'Antonio Lamer, juge en chef du Canada.

“Collective Interests and Collective Rights”, in Peter Jones, ed., Group Rights (London: Ashgate International Library of Essays on Rights, 2009)  [reprinting this previous article of mine as one of the fifteen most significant international publications on group rights].

“Transnational Constitutionalism, Internationalism, and an Authority-Based Connection Between International and Constitutional Law” in Penelope E. Andrews & Susan Bazilli, eds., Law and Rights: Global Perspectives on Constitutionalism and Governance (Lake Mary, Florida: Vandeplas Publishing, 2008), 1-11.

“Reconciliation: Legal Conception(s) and Faces of Justice”, in John Whyte, ed., Moving Toward Justice: Legal Traditions and Aboriginal Justice (Saskatoon: Purich, 2008) 80-87.

“The Law and Politics of Indigenous Rights in the Postcolonial African State”, 2008 American Society of International Law Annual Meeting Proceedings.

“Recent Interactions Between Aboriginal Rights and Section 15 of the Charter”, in Saskatchewan Legal Education Society Inc. (SKLESI), Civil Law Charter Update (March 2007), 1-7.

“Aboriginal ‘Rights’ as Powers: Section 35 and Federalism Theory”, in Graeme Mitchell et al, eds., A Living Tree: The Legacy of 1982 in Canada’s Political Evolution (Toronto: LexisNexis, 2007) 527-540.

“Putting Kymlicka in Perspective: Canadian Diversity and Collective Rights”, in Stephen Tierney, ed., Accommodating Cultural Diversity: Contemporary Issues in Theory and Practice (London: Ashgate, 2007) 59-75.

“Sub-State Globalization: Free Trade and Sovereigntist Movements”, in Colin Picker, Tomer Broude & Padideh Alai, eds., Trade as the Guarantor of Peace, Liberty and Security? Critical, Historical and Empirical Perspectives (Washington DC: American Society of International Law Press, 2006) 164-177.

Journal Articles

“Canada’s Re-Emerging Division of Powers and the Unrealized Force of Reciprocal Interjurisdictional Immunity” (2011), 20 Constitutional Forum 1-7.
“The Judgments of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, 2010” (2010) 74 Saskatchewan Law Review 183-211.
“Changing Division of Powers Doctrine and the Emergent Principle of Subsidiarity” (2011) 74 Saskatchewan Law Review 21-32.

“Self-Defeating and Self-Transforming Aspects of Proportionality Analysis: Review Essay on Contested Constitutionalism” (2010) 15 Review of Constitutional Studies 177-86.

“A Legal-Historical Consideration of Links Between Canadian and South African Racial Policy” (2010) 36 Commonwealth Law Bulletin 691-706 [co-authored with Simonne Horwitz, with each writing approximately half based on roles of respective disciplines in argument].

“The Judgments of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, 2009” (2010) 73 Saskatchewan Law Review 173-96.

“Institutional Roles and Chief Justice Lamer’s Aboriginal Rights Jurisprudence” (2009) 46 Supreme Court Law Review 77-92  

“The Judgments of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, 2008” (2009) Saskatchewan Law Review 165-98.

“Between Reconciliation and the Rule(s) of Law: Tsilhqot’in Nation v. British Columbia” (2008) 41 University of British Columbia Law Review 249-276.  [co-authored with Danielle Schweitzer]

“The Judgments of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal” (2008) 71 Saskatchewan Law Review 177-218.

“You Still Know Nothin' 'Bout Me:  Toward Cross-Cultural Theorizing of Aboriginal Rights” (2007) 52 McGill Law Journal 725-756.

“Theorizing Collective Indigenous Rights” (2007) 31 American Indian Law Review 273-289.

“Aboriginal ‘Rights’ as Powers: Section 35 and Federalism Theory” (2007) 37 Supreme Court Law Review 163-176 [reprinted in Graeme Mitchell collection, above].

“Prior Occupation and Schismatic Principles: Toward a Normative Theorization of Aboriginal Title” (2007) 44 Alberta Law Review 779-802.

“The Judgments of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, 2006” (2007) 70 Saskatchewan Law Review 329.

“Recent Work: Collective Rights” (2007) 48 Philosophical Books 221-32.

“Exit, Voice, and ‘Exile’: Rights to Exit and Rights to Eject” (2007) 57 University of Toronto Law Journal 43-79.

“The Judgments of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, 2005” (2006) 69 Saskatchewan Law Review 309-349.

“Negotiated Rights Enforcement” (2006) 69 Saskatchewan Law Review 119-127.

“A Study of the Judgments of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, 2004” (2006) 69 Saskatchewan Law Review 159-195.

“Tsilhqot’in Nation v. British Columbia and Civil Justice: Analysing the Procedural Interaction of Evidentiary Principles and Aboriginal Oral History” (2005) 43 Alberta Law Review 433-449.

“The Rome Statute, Some Reservations Concerning Amnesties, and a Distributive Problem” (2005) 20 American University International Law Review 293-357.

“A Study of the Judgments of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, 2003” (2005) 68 Saskatchewan Law Review 79-112.

“Collective Interests and Collective Rights” (2004) [published in 2005 despite date] 49 American Journal of Jurisprudence 127-163.  

“The Judgments of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, 2002” (2004) 67 Saskatchewan Law Review 13-58.

“Liberal Multiculturalism and Will Kymlicka’s Uneasy Relation with Religious Pluralism” (2003) 64 Bijdragen International Journal of Philosophy & Theology 265-285.

“Institutional Monitoring of Social and Economic Rights” (2003) 19 South African Journal on Human Rights 189-216.

“The Judgments of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, 2001” (2003) 66 Saskatchewan Law Review 21-62.

“The Judgments of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, 2000” (2002) 65 Saskatchewan Law Review 107-132.

“A Human Security Council?  Applying a ‘Human Security’ Agenda to Security Council Reform” (2000) 31 Ottawa Law Review 213-241.

“Existentialism and Law: Toward a Reinvigorated Law and Literature Analysis” (2000) 63 Saskatchewan Law Review 87-117.

“Stripping Matters to Their Core: Intrusive Searches of the Person in Canadian Law” (1999) 4 Canadian Criminal Law Review 85-118.

“The Limitation of Rights: A Comparative Evolution and Ideology of the Oakes and Sparrow Tests” (1999) 62 Saskatchewan Law Review 543-566.

“Individual, Subnational, and International Identity: A Critique of Dworkin’s Conception of Community” (1999) 17 Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice 86-101.

“An Examination of Saskatchewan Law on the Sterilization of Persons with Mental Disabilities” (1999) 62 Saskatchewan Law Review 329-346.

“Reconstituting Promises to Negotiate in Canadian Constitution-Making” (1998-99) 10 National Journal of Constitutional Law 1-40.

Ken E. Norman

Chapters in Beaudoin and Mendes, The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, (1989), (1996) & (2004)

Chapters in Boyd & Young, Poverty, Social Citizenship and Governance, (2004)

Chapters in Beaudoin, Your Clients and The Charter: Liberty and Equality (1988)

Chapters in Mahoney and Martin, Equality and Judicial Neutrality (1987)

Ibironke Odumosu 

 

Foreword: International Economic Law in the Third World" (2009) 11 International Community Law Review 349 (with James Gathii)

Co-editor (with James Gathii), International Community Law Review Special Issue on "International Economic Law in the Third World" (2009) 11 International Community Law Review

Co-editor, (with Karin Mickelson and Pooja Parmar) International Community Law Review Special Issue on “Situating Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL): Inspirations, Challenges and Possibilities” (2008) 10 International Community Law Review

“Challenges for the (Present/) Future of Third World Approaches to International Law” (2008) 10 International Community Law Review 467-477

“Foreword” (2008) 10 International Community Law Review 351 (with Karin Mickelson and Pooja Parmar)

“The Law and Politics of Engaging Resistance in Investment Dispute Settlement” (2007) 26 Penn State International Law Review 251-287

“Locating Resistance in the International Law on Foreign Investment” (2007) 9 International Community Law Review 429-444

“Transferring Alberta’s Gas Flaring Reduction Regulatory Framework to Nigeria: Potentials and Limitations” (2007) 44:4 Alberta Law Review 863-902

“The Antinomies of the (Continued) Relevance of ICSID to the Third World” (2007) 8:2 San Diego International Law Journal 345-386 [Included in ICSID’s Bibliography in ICSID, “News from ICSID” (2007) Vol. 24 No. 2 at page 24]

“NGO Participation and Recent Transparency Measures in WTO Dispute Resolution: Lessons from FTAs and International Investment Jurisprudence” in Federico Ortino & Sergey Ripinsky eds., WTO Law and Process: The Proceedings of the 2005 and 2006 Annual WTO Conferences (London: BIICL, 2007) 322-324

“Revisiting NGO Participation in WTO and Investment Dispute Settlement: From Procedural Arguments to (Substantive) Public Interest Considerations” (2006) 44 Canadian Yearbook of International Law 353-394

"Protecting Environmental and Health Rights in Africa: Mechanisms for Enforcement" (Calgary: Canadian Institute of Resources Law and Alberta Civil Liberties Research Center, Human Rights Paper No. 4, 2006)

Martin Phillipson 

 

Giving Away the Farm? The Rights & Obligations of Biotechnology Multinationals (2005) 16:2 King’s College Law Journal. Hart Publishing: London, UK.

Goliath v Schmeiser? (2004) Genewatch: Council for Responsible Genetics: Cambridge, MA, with Bereano, Phil

The International Regulation of Trade in the Products of Biotechnology, (2002) Estey Centre for Law and Economics in International Trade with Issac, G. and Kerr, B

The US Withdrawal from the Kyoto Protocol. (2001) 36 The Irish Jurist, at 290. Sweet & Maxwell: Dublin, Ireland

Containing the GM Revolution (2001) 48 Biotechnology and Development Monitor (TNU:Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Doug Surtees

 

“What Can Elder Law learn From Disability Law” in Israel Doron ed., Theories on Law and Ageing (Berlin: Springer Publications, 2009) pages 93-105.

Procedure 'B' is for Bayda. Saskatchewan Law Review, (2007) volume 970 issue number 2, pages 259-268

From New York to Saskatoon. New York City Law Review, (2006) volume 9, issue number 2, pages 429-448

Ratzlaff and Wedding Plans: A New Threshold (April 2003) 48 Estates and Trusts Reports, Thomson Carswell, Vol. 48, Part 2, pp 163-169

Lucinda A. Vandervort

 

A selection of her publications are available at: http://papers.ssrn.com/author=439069

Barbara von Tigerstrom

 

Mandatory nutrition disclosure for restaurants: Is menu labelling coming to Canada? Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues, (2010) 28: 139-70.

Roadblocks to Laws for Healthy Eating and Activity. Canadian Medical Association Journal, (2010) 182(7): 687-92 (with N. Ries).

Cancer Surveillance in Canada: Analysis of Legal and Policy Frameworks and Tools for Reform. Health Law Journal, (2009) 17: 1-50 (with N. Ries).

Food labelling for healthier eating: is front-of-package labelling the answer? Manitoba Law Journal, (2009) 33(1): 87-130 (with T. Culham).

The Stem Cell Research Environment: A Patchwork of Patchworks. Stem Cell Reviews and Reports, (2009) 5(2): 82-88, doi: 10.1007/s12015-009-9071-3 (with T. Caulfield et al.).

International Stem Cell Environments: A World of Difference. Nature Reports Stem Cells, (2009) published online 16 April 2009, doi: 10.1038/stemcells.2009.61 (with T. Caulfield et al.).

Product regulation and the clinical translation of stem cell research. Stem Cell Reviews and Reports, (2009) 5(2): 135-39, doi: 10.1007/s12015-009-9059-z.

The challenges of regulating stem cell-based products. Trends in Biotechnology, (2008) 26(12): 653-58.

Obesity and the Law. In T.M. Bailey, T. Caulfield and N.M. Ries (eds.), Public Health Law and Policy in Canada (2nd ed.), 363-393. Toronto: LexisNexis Canada, 2008 (with Nola Ries).

The International Health Regulations to protect against global health threats: challenges and opportunities. Canadian Medical Association Journal, (2008) 179(1): 44-48 (with Kumanan Wilson and Christopher McDougall).

Tobacco Control and the Law in Canada. In T.M. Bailey, T. Caulfield and N.M. Ries (eds.), Public Health Law and Policy in Canada (2nd ed.), 247-300. Toronto: LexisNexis Canada, 2008.

Globalisation, harmonisation and the regulation of therapeutic products: the Australia New Zealand Therapeutic Products Authority project in global context. Canterbury Law Review, (2007) 13: 287-313.

Regulation of Stem Cell-Based Products. Health Law Journal, (2007) 15: 175-220 (with Erin Schroh).

Public Health. In C. Flood, J. Downie and T. Caulfield (eds.), Canadian Health Law and Policy (3rd ed.), 479-508. Toronto: LexisNexis Canada, 2007.

Healthy Communities: Public Health Law at the Supreme Court of Canada. In J. Downie and E. Gibson (eds.), Health Law at the Supreme Court of Canada, 81-110. Toronto, Irwin Law, 2007.

Human Security and International Law: Prospects and Problems (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2007).

Small Island Developing States and International Trade: Special Challenges in the Global Partnership for Development? (2005) 6(2) Melbourne Journal of International Law 402-36

The Revised International Health Regulations and Restraint of National Health Measures. Health Law Journal, (2005) 13: 35-76.

Wanda A. Wiegers

 

The Framing of Poverty as 'Child Poverty' and Its Implications for Women (Status of Women, 2002)

The National Child Benefit: Social Inequality under the New 'Social Union' (2001-2002) 33 Ottawa Law Rev 25-93

Economic Analysis of Law and 'Private Ordering': A Feminist Critique (1992), 42 Univ. of Toronto L.J.