Recent Issues

Volume 34, Issue 2 (2017)

Available at 

http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ/index

 

Articles:

 

 

Transitional Justice and the Challenging Pursuit of Social Justice

Philipp Kastner

University of Western Australia

The Inaccessibility of Justice for Migrant Workers: A Capabilities-Based Perspective

Bethany Hastie

University of British Columbia

Out of the Closet and Up the Ladder? Diversity in Ontario's Big Law Firms
 

Asher Alkoby

Pnina Alon-Shenker

Ryerson University

Ryerson University

Anticipating and Managing the Psychological Cost of Civil Litigation

 
Michaela Keet
 
Heather Heavin 
 
Shawna Sparrow
 

University of Saskatchewan

University of Saskatchewan

University of Saskatchewan

Reducing the "Justice Gap" Through Access to Legal Information: Establishing Access to Justice Entry Points at Public Libraries

Beth Bilson

Brea Lowenberger

Graham Sharp

University of Saskatchewan

University of Saskatchewan

University of Saskatchewan

Colonial Legacies and Competing Masculinities: The Supreme Court of Canada's Return to Reason in R. V. Kapp

Caroline Hodes

University of Lethbridge

The Silencing of Queer Voices in the Litigation Over Trinity Western University's Proposed Law School

Pippa Feinstein

Sarah E. Hamill 

Lawyer

Trinity College Dublin

Lawyer Competencies for Access to Justice: Two Empirical Studies

Sarah Marsden

Sarah Buhler

Thomson Rivers University

University of Saskatchewan

Prioritizing Children's Best Interests in Canadian Youth Justice: Article 3 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and Child-Friendly Alternatives

Étienne F. Lacombe

McGill University

Book Review:

William P Simmons & Carol Mueller, Eds, Binational Human Rights: The U.S.-Mexico Experience 

 

Andrij Kowalsky

 

Wilfrid Laurier University

 

Volume 34, Issue 1 (2017)

Special Issue:

Innovation and Access to Justice: Addressing the Challenge of a Diverse Justice Ecosystem

Available at 

http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ/index

Introduction by Guest Editors

Nicole Aylwin

Martha E. Simmons

 

Osgoode Hall Law School

Osgoode Hall Law School

 

Articles:

The Story of the BC Family Justice Innovation Lab
 

 

Jane Morley

Kari D. Boyle

 

Lawyer

Lawyer

Building Better Law: How Design Thinking Can Help Us Be Better Lawyers, Meet New Challenges, and Create the Future of Law

Susan Ursel

Lawyer

Cold, Hard Justice Lessons from the Fleet: Innovating from the Bottom Up

Omar Ha-Redeye

Lawyer

Designing Administrative Justic Lorne Sossin Osgoode Hall Law School
Online Dispute Resolution and Justice System Integration: British Columbia’s Civil Resolution Tribunal Shannon Salter

Chair of the Civil Resolution Tribunal

A Third Revolution in Family Dispute Resolution: Accessible Legal Professionalism Noel Semple University of Windsor

Collaborative Policy-Making, Law Students, And Access to Justice: The Rewards of Destabilizing Institutional Patterns 

Brea Lowenberger
Michaela Keet
Janelle Anderson

University of Saskatchewan

Reading Law and Imagining Justice in the Wahkohtowin Classroom

Sarah Buhler

University of Saskatchewan

Enhancing the Legal Profession’s Capacity for Innovation: The Promise of Reflective Practice and Action Research for Increasing Access to Justice 

Michele M. Leering

Lawyer

The Internet as a Site of Legal Education and Collaboration Across Continents and Time Zones: Using Online Dispute Resolution as a Tool for Student Learning 

Martha E. Simmons

Darin Thompson

Osgoode Hall Law School

Legal Counsel

Volume 33, Issue 3

Special Issue: Conspiring in Cairo & Canada: Placing TWAIL Scholarship and Praxis

Available at 

http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ/index

 

Introduction by Guest Editors

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sujith Xavier 

Amar Bhatia
 
Usha Natarajan
 
John Reynolds

 

 

 

University of Windsor

York University

American University in Cairo

National University of Ireland

 

Articles:

Praxis and the International (Human Rights) Law Scholar: Toward the Intensification of TWAILian Dramaturgy

 

Obiora Chinedu Okafor

 

York University

Splitting TWAIL 

George R. B. Galindo

Univeristy of Brasilia 

Third World International Lawyers and Scholactivism: Between Ambition, Altruism and Acces

Cynthia Farid

University of WIsconsin

Twail’s Others: A Caste Critique of Twailers and their Field of Analysis Srinivas Burra South Asian University

Constitutional Challenges of the South: Indigenous Water Rights in Chile Another Step in the “Civilizing Mission?

Amaya Alvez Marin

University of Concepción, Chile

Carbon Colonialism or Climate Justice? Interrogating the International Climate Regime from a TWAIL Perspective Julia Dehm  University of Texas at Austin

Historicizing the Encounter between State, Corporate, and Indigenous Authorities on Gitxsan Lands

Tyler McCreary

Florida State University

Global Governance in all its Discreet Forms: The Game, FIFA, and the Third World

Basil Ugochukwu 

Centre for International Governance Innovation

Learning from Below: Theorising Global Governance through Ethnographies and Critical Reflections from the Global South

Sujith Xavier

University of WIndsor

Volume 33, Issue 2

Available at 

http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ/issue/view/465

 

 

Articles:

 

 

Building International Approaches to Climate Change, Disasters and Displacement Jane McAdam

UNSW

Reconciliation in Translation: Indigenous Legal Traditions and Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Kirsten Anker

McGill University

Being the Change: Social Justice in Externship Program Evaluation 
 

Katie Spillane

Lawyer

Business Dominance in the “People’s Court” – An Empirical Assessment of Business Activity in Small Claims Court 

Shelley McGill
 

Wilfrid Laurier University

Who Is My Neighbour? The Duty of Care in Immigration Context: A Perspective from Canadian Case Law

Sasha Baglay

University of Ontario Institute of Technology

« Placer le citoyen au cœur du système » : une mise en contexte 

Cléa Iavarone-Turcotte

University of McGill

Access to Justice and Abuses of Contract

Margaret Jane Radin University of Toronto

The Idea of Access to Justice: Reflections on New Zealand’s Accident Compensation (or Personal Injury) System

Tiho Mijatov
Tom Barraclough
Warren Forster 

 

University of Otago

 

The Normative Standing of Access to Justice: An Argument from Non-Domination

William Lucy

University of Durham

Research Notes:

Literacy Requirements of Court Documents: An Underexplored Barrier to Access to Justice

 

 

 

 

Amy Salyzyn

Lori Isaj

Brandon Piva

Jacquelyn Burkell

 

 

 

Volume 33, Issue 1

Special Issue: Indigenous Law, Lands and Literature

Available at 

http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ/issue/view/464

 

Foreword by Prof. John Borrows, Guest Editor, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Law, University of Victoria Law School

Articles:

 

 

Outsider Education: Indigenous Law and Land-Based Learning 

John Borrows

Univesity of Victoria

Learning from Bear-Walker: Indigenous Legal Orders and Intercultural Legal Education in Canadian Law Schools 

Hannah Askew

West Coast Environmental Law 

Listening to Law

Robert YELḰÁTŦE Clifford

York University

Decolonizing & Indigenizing: Some Approaches for Law Schools 

Jeffrey G. Hewitt
 

University of Windsor

Waniskā: Reimagining the Future with Indigenous Legal Tradition

Hadley Friedland 

University of Alberta

 stl’ul nup: Legal Landscapes of the Hul’qumi’num Mustimuhw

Sarah Morales 

University of Ottawa

Always Coming Home:  Metis Legal Understandings of Community and Territory

Kerry Sloan  

Dabaadendiziwin: Practices of Humility in a Multi-Juridical Legal Landscape  

Lindsay Borrows

West Coast Environmental Law 

Driving the Gift Home

Aaron Mills

University of Victoria

Stsqey'ulécw re st'exelcemcSt’exelemc Laws From The Land

Nancy Sandy

 

Volume 32, Issue 2

Available at 

http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ/issue/view/458

 

Special Section:  Exploring Law, Disability and the Challenge of Equality in Canada and the United States

Articles:

 

 

The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Canadian and American Jurisprudence

Ravi Malhotra

University of Ottawa

Immigration and Disability in the United States and Canada

Mark Weber

Depaul University

Advocacy Fatigue:  Self-Care, Protest, and Educational Equity

Carrie Griffin Basas 

J.D., Harvard Law School 

A Comparative View of Equality Under the UN Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities and the Disability Laws of the United States and Canada

Arlene S. Kanter
 

Syracuse University

More Than Meets the Eye:  Relational Autonomy and Decision-making by Adults with Developmental Disabilities

Eniola Salami

Bonnie Lashewicz

University of Calgary

University of Calgary

Une Procédure En Difficulté: A Blueprint For Resolving “Special” Education Disputes Through A Quasi-Inquisitorial Administrative Process

 

Stepehen Rosenbaum

 

University of California, Berkeley

General Section

Articles:

   

Grounding Access to Justice Theory and Practice in the Experiences of Women Abused by Their Intimate Partners  

Janet E. Mosher

York University

The Policing of Major Events in Canada:
Lessons from Toronto’s G20 and Vancouver’s Olympics

Wes Pue

Robert Diab

Grace A. Jackson,

University of British Columbia

Thomson Rivers University

Barrister & Solicitor

Architecture, Rituals, and Norms in Civil Procedure

 

Fabien Gélinas

Clément Camion

Karine Bates

Emily Grant

McGill University

McGill University

McGill University

McGill University

 

 

Volume 32, Issue 1

Available at 

http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ/issue/view/441

 

Special Section: Graduate Student Scholarship

Introduction to Special Issue

Articles:

Laverne Jacobs

University of Windsor

Exploring a Law Firm Business Model to Improve Access to Justice

Andrew Pilliar

PhD. Candidate 

University of British Columbia

Religion and Law in R v NS: Finding Space to 
Re-think the Balancing Analysis

Blair A. Major

PhD. Candidate

McGill University

Weighing the Options: A Legal Approach to Childhood Obesity

Jonothan Solomon 

Jacob Shelly

LLM Candidate - University of Toronto

Western Law

From Enforcement to Integration: Infusing Administrative Decision-Making with Human Rights Values

Jennifer Raso

SJD Candidate

University of Toronto

When Disciplines Collide: Polygamy and the Social Sciences on Trial

Jodi Lazare

DCL Candidate

McGill University

The International Human Right to Housing & the Canadian Charter: A Case Comment on Tanudjaja v. Canada (Attorney General)

David DesBaillets 

PhD. Candidate

University of Quebec at Montreal

General Section - Articles:

   

Shifting Ground, Solid Foundations: Imagining a New Paradigm for Canadian Civil Society Engagement

 

Nandini Ramanujam

Miatta Gorvie

 

McGill University

Law Society of Nunavut

The Evolution of Small Claims Court:  Rising Monetary Limits and Use of Legal Representation

Shelley McGill 

Wilfrid Laurier University

General SectionResearch Notes:

 

 

Process Matters - 
Empirically Evaluating Administrative Tribunals in the Health Sector: The Questionable Neutrality of Administrative Tribunal Process   

 

Lydia Steward Ferreira

York University

 

Volume 31, Issue 2

Available at 

http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ/issue/view/434

 

SPECIAL SECTION ON CRITICAL RACE THEORY SYMPOSIUM

 

 

Re-Igniting Critical Race in Canadian Legal Spaces: Introduction to the Special Symposium Issue of Contemporary Accounts of Racialization in Canada

Sujith Xavier

Shanthi Senthe

University of Windsor

Thompson Rivers University

The Women Who Fell From the Sky

Patricia J. Williams

Columbia University

Racialized In Justice: The Legal And Extra-Legal Struggles Of Migrant Agricultural Workers In Canada

Adrian Smith

Carleton University

We are All Here to Stay? Indigeneity, Migration, and Decolonizing the Treaty Right to be Here

Amar Bhatia

York University

‘Islands of Empowerment’: Anti-Discrimination Law and the Question of Racial Emancipation

Faisal Bhabha

York University

A Reflection on Being Born Bad and Law’s other Violences

Nasser Rego

York University

Fictional Visions: Autobiographical Reflections on Re-reading The Alchemy of Race and Rights

Irina Ciric

York University

Lost and Found

Sonia Lawrence

York University

GENERAL SECTION

Institutional Inequality and the Dynamics of Courage

 

Colleen Sheppard

 

McGill University

The Law Society of Upper Canada and Access to Justice:Lessons from Lawyer-Licensing Reform

David Wiseman

University of Ottawa

Marginalizing Trans Medical Expenses: Line-Drawing Exercises in Tax

Samuel Singer

Lawyer

Shifting Judicial Conceptions of 'Reconciliation': Geographic Commitments Underpinning the Van Der Peet Decision

Michael McCrossan

University of Manitoba

Looking for Quality: The Empirical Debate in Access to Justice Research

Jennifer Leitch

Lawyer

 

 

Volume 31, Issue 1

Available at

http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ/issue/view/400

 

Articles

 

 

Advancing Access to Justice Through Generic Solutions: The Risk of Perpetuating Exclusion

Patricia Hughes

Law Commission of Ontario

La Cyberjustice Comme Réponse Aux Besoins Juridiques Des Personnes Itinérantes: Son Potentiel Et Ses Embûches

Suzanne Bouclin

Marie-Andrée Denis-Boileau

University of Ottawa

University of Ottawa

Un Grain De Sable Dans L’engrenage Du Système Juridique. Les Justiciables Non Représentés: Problèmes Ou Symptômes?

Emmanuelle Bernheim

Richard-Alexandre Laniel

UQAM

UQAM

Made You Look: Niqabs, The Muslim Canadian Congress, and R V Ns

Fathima Cader

University of Windsor

A Brief Genealogy of State Secrecy

Stéphane Lefebvre

Carleton University

Sex Work, Law, and Violence: Bedford V. Canada and the Human Rights of Sex Workers

Graham Hudson

Emily van der Meulen

Ryerson University

Ryerson University

Overcoming Obstacles to Implementing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Canada

Brenda L. Gunn

University of Manitoba

Special Section: Transnationalism and Law: Articles

Transnational Judicial and Non-Judicial Remedies for Corporate Human Rights Harms: Challenges of and for Law

Sara Seck

Western Law

Assuming Regulatory Authority For International Torts: An Interstate Affair? A Historical Perspective On The Canadian Private International Law Tort Rules

Roxana Banu

University of Toronto

Notes and Comments

Transnational Law and Legal Education

 

Maureen Irish

 

University of Windsor

A Brief Note on Legal Pluralism and Comparative Law

Paul Schiff Berman

George Washington University

Book Review

Andrée Lajoie, La Vie Intellectuelle de Roderick Macdonald: Un Engagement

 

Christopher Waters

 

University of Windsor

 

 

 

 

 

Volume 30, Issue 2, 2012

Available at 

http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ/issue/view/424

 

Articles

 

 

Turning the Spotlight on Class Representives - Emperical Insights from Down Under

Jane Caruana

Vince Morabito

Monash University

Monash University

Judging Selection: Appointing Canadian Judges

Peter McCormick

University of Lethbridge

Strategies of Legal Rupture: The Politics of Judgement

Brenna Bhandar

Queen Mary, University of London

Scorched Earth: The Use of Restrictive Covenants to Stifle

Competition

Bruce Ziff
 
Ken Jiang

University of Alberta

University of Alberta

A View from Within: Reconceptualizing Mediator Interactions

Debbie De Girolamo

Queen Mary, University of London (Centre for Commercial Law Studies) and London School of Economics and Political Science

Opportunity Lost: The Supreme Court Misses a Historic Chance to Consider Question of Public Interest Standing for Animal Interests

Peter Sankoff

University of Alberta

Incommensurable Legal Cultures: Indigenous Legal Traditions and the Colonial Narrative

Kirsten Manley-Casimir

University of British Columbia

'A Forum for Discussion' and a Place of Respite: Jewish Lawyer's and Toronto's Reading Club

Sophia Sperdakos

Policy Counsel, Law Society of Upper Canada

Warming Up the “Chilling Effect”: A Comment on the Motive Clause Discussions in R v Khawaja (2010) and R v Khawaja (2012)

J.L. Savarese

St. Thomas University

Re-evaluating Independence: The Emerging Problem of Crown-Police Alignment

Jeremy Tatum

 

So Long as you have your Health: Health Care Distribution in Canada and Proceduralist Human Rights

Alana Klein McGill University

The Crown’s Fiduciary Duties to Aboriginal Peoples as an Aspect of Climate Justice

Erika Chamberlain Western University

Book Review

Holly Cullen, The Role of International Law in the Elimination of Child Labor

 

Aisling Parkes

University College Cork

 

 

Volume 30, Issue 1, 2012

Available at 

http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ/issue/view/423

 

Articles

 

 

Thinking Past Rights: Towards Feminist Theories of Reparations

Genevieve Renard Painter

University of California-Berkeley

State Responsibility for Protection against Domestic Violence: The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Report in Lenahan (Gonzales) and its Application in Canada

Jennifer Koshan

University of Calgary

The “Naked Face” of secular exclusion: Bill 94 and the Privatization of Belief

Pascale Fournier

Erica See

University of Ottawa

University of Ottawa

Essentialism Makes for Strange Bedmates: The Supreme Court Case of J.A. and the Intervention of L.E.A.F.

Richard Jochelson

Kirsten Kramar

University of Winnipeg

 

University of Winnipeg

Access to Justice and the Institutional Limits of Independent Courts

Micah B. Rankin

Thompson Rivers University

Lawyers’ Perceptions of the Fairness of Judicial Assistance to Self-Represented Litigants

Jona Goldschmidt

Loretta Stalans

Loyola University

Loyola University

Opportunities and Limitations in the Provision of Self-Help Legal Resources to Citizens in Need

Merran Lawler

Jeff Giddings

Michael Robertson

Griffith University

Griffith University

University of Southern Queensland

Aggression as “Organized Hypocrisy?” – How the War on Terrorism and Hybrid Threats Challenge the Nuremberg Legacy

Sascha-Dominik Bachmann

Gerhard Kemp

University of Portsmouth

 

University of Stellenbosch

Du mauvais usage de la tradition reconstituée : la médiation extrajudiciaire en Chine

Hélène Piquet

University of Quebec at Montreal

Book Review

Gopika Solanki, Adjudication in Religious Family Laws: Cultural Accommodation, Legal Pluralism, and Gender Equality in India

Stéphane Lefebvre

Carleton University

 

 

Volume 29, Issue 1, 2011

(Only 1 issue was published in 2011)

Available at 

http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ/issue/view/438

 

Articles

 

 

Unity in Diversity: European Citizenship through the Lens of Popular Culture

Carl F. Stychin

University of Reading, United Kingdom

Sweating it Out: Facilitating Corrections and Parole in Canada Through Aboriginal Spiritual Healing

David Milward

University of Manitoba

Dizzying Dialogue: Canadian Courts and the Continuing Justification of the Dispossession Of Aboriginal People

D’Arcy Vermette

St. Thomas University

The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and its Implications for the Equality Rights of Canadians with Disabilities: The Case for Education

Ravi Malhotra

Robin F. Hansen

University of Ottawa

University of Saskatchewan

Of Minors and the Mentally Ill: Re-positioning Perspectives on Consent to Health Care

Mona Paré

University of Ottawa

Access to Justice for Ethno-Racial Psychiatric Consumer/Survivors in Ontario

Ruby Dhand

Ph.D. (Cand.), Osgoode Hall Law School

It’s Not Working: Barriers to the Inclusion of Workers with Mental Health Issues

C. Tess Sheldon

Staff Lawyer, ARCH Disability Law Centre

Assessing Stakeholder Participation in

Sub-Arctic Co-Management: Administrative Rulemaking and Private Agreements

Sari M. Graben

Postdoctoral fellow at Queen’s Institute for Energy and Environmental Policy

Case Comment

Restricted Access to Justice for Canadians Mistreated Abroad: Abdelrazik v Canada

(Re: Interim Costs)

Sean Rehaag

York University

Book Review

Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’Im, Islam and Secular State: Negotiating the Future of Shari’a

Abdel Salam Sidahmed

Unviersity of Windsor

 

Volume 28, Issue 2, 2010

TRANSNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE ADMINISTRATIVE LAW: PAPERS FROM THE SIXTH ADMINISTRATIVE LAW DISCUSSION FORUM, QUÉBEC CITY

Available at 

http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ/issue/view/440

 

Introduction
 
Russell Weaver
 
Dennis Lemieux
 
Laverne Jacobs
University of Louisville
 
Laval University
 
University of Windsor
 
 
 
 
Articles
 
 
 
Neither Fish Nor Fowl:  Administrative Judges in the Modern
Administrative State
 
Russell L. Weaver
 
Linda D Jellus
University of Louisville
 
Mercer University
The Merits of “Merits” Review:  A Comparative Look at the
Australian Administrative Appeals Tribunal
 
Michale Asimow
 
Jefrey S. Lubberes
Stanford Law School
 
American University
A Wavering Commitment? Administrative Independence and
Collaborative Governance in Ontario’s Adjudicative Tribunals
Accountability Legislation
 
Laverne Jacobs
University of Windsor
Agency Design in the European Union
 
Herwig C.H. Hoffman
University of Luxembourg
Politics and Policy Change in American Administrative Law
 
Richard Murphy
Texas Tech Universit
The Elusive Search for Accountability: Evaluating Adjudicative
Tribunals
 
Lorne Sossin
 
Steven J. Hoffman
Osgoode Hall Law School
 
McMaster University
Reinventing Regulation/Reinventing Accountability: Judicial
Review in New Governance Regimes
 
William D. Araiza
Brooklyn Law School
Implications of the Internet for Quasi-Legislative
Instruments of Regulation
  Peter L. Strauss Columbia University
Implementing Consultation During a Rule-Making Process:
A Case Study of the Immigration and Refugee Protection
Regulation
 
France Houle
University of Montreal
The Deliberative City
 
Hoi Kong
McGill University
Comparative Administrative Law: Outlining a Field of Study
 
Susan Rose-Ackerman
 
Peter L. Lindseth
Yale University
 
University of Connecticut
Book Review
 
 
 
John Reilly, Bad Medicine: A Judge’s Struggle for Justice in
a First Nations Community
 
David Milward
University of Manitoba

 

 

Volume 28, Issue 1, 2010

Available at 

http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ/issue/view/439

Articles      
The International Criminal Court and Non-Party States
  William A. Schabas National University of Ireland
Brave New Words: Labour, The courts and the Canadian
Charter of Rights and Freedoms
 
Judy Fudge
University of Victoria
Mediation in Guardianship Proceedings for the Elderly:
An Australian Perspective
 
Robyn Carroll
Anita Smith
University of Western Australia
Guardianship and Administration Board, Tasmania
HLA Hart, Lon Fuller and the Ghosts of Legal Interpretation
  Desmond Manderson McGill University
Judging Fairness in Class Action Settlements   Catherine Piché University of Montreal
Human Rights Disclosure Litigation: Uncovering Invisible
Medical Records
  Ena Chadha
 
 
Pre-Trial Detention and Control Orders Under British 
Anti-Terror Legislation Post 9/11: Balancing a Need for 
Security with the European Convention on Human Rights – An Overview
 

Sascha-Dominik Bachmann

Peter Galvin

University of Portsmouth
Converging Feminist and Queer Legal Theories: Family Feuds and Family Ties
  Elaine Craig Dalhousie University
       
Book Reviews      
William Twining, General Jurisprudence: Understanding Law from a Global Perspective
 
Alan Norrie
University of Warwick

 

Volume 27, Issue 2, 2009

Special Issue: Canadian Perspectives on International Humanitarian Law

Available at 

http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ/issue/view/442

  

Introduction
 
Christopher K. Penny
Carelton University
       
Articles
 
 
 
The Scope of the Obligation to Respect and to Ensure
Respect for International Humanitarian Law
 
Tomasz Zych
Department of Justice Canada
Applying IHL Targeting Rules to Practical Situations:
Proportionality and Military Objectives
 
William Fenrick
Dalhousie University
Balancing Necessity and Individual Rights in the Fight
Against Transnational Terrorism: “Targeted Killings” and International Law
 
Karinne Coombes
 
Prisonniers de Guerre aux Mains de Leur Puissance
D'origine: Pour Une Application des Conventions de
Genève Lusqu’à Leur « Libération et Rapatriement Définitifs »
  Frédéric Gouin University of Quebec at Montreal
Unfinished Business: Canada’s Contribution to Promoting
Compliance with International Humanitarian Law Through the
Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict Agenda of the United
Nations Security Council
 
Joelle A. Martin
Robert M. Young
International Committee of the Red Cross
Feminist Debates on Civilian Women and International
Humanitarian Law
 
Valerie Oosterveld
University of Western Ontario
De-Conflicting Canada’s Anti-Terrorism Legislation: Khawaja
and the Ongoing Challenges of the ‘Armed Conflict’ Exclusion
 
Christopher K. Penny
Carleton University
La Réparation Individuelle en Application des Mécanismes Prévus
par le Droit International Humanitaire 
  Sophie Rondeau Barreau du Quebec
 
 
 
 
Book Review Essay
 
 
 
Nudge...Fat...Drugs: Permit but Discourage – The Regulation
of Excessive Consumption
 
W. A. Bogart
University of Windsor
 
 
 
 
Book Reviews
 
 
 
Laverne A. Jacobs & Justice Anne L. Mactavish, eds., Dialogue
Between Court And Tribunals – Essays In Administrative Law And Justice (2001-2007)
 
Gerald P. Heckman
University of Manitoba
Antony Anghie, Imperialism, Sovereignty and the Making of International Law
 
Edward Cervini
 

 

Volume 27, Issue 1, 2009

Available at 

http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ/issue/view/446

 

Introduction
 
Richard Moon
University of Windsor
       
Articles
 
 
 
Equality Kapped; Media Unleashed   Diana Majury Carelton University
Gender and Professionalism in Law: The Challenge of
(Women’s) Biography
  Mary Jane Mossman Osgoode Hall Law School
Bringing the Clinic into the 21st Century
  Julie Macfarlane University of Windsor
Reimagining Haj Khalil v. Canada
 
Reem Bahdi
University of Windsor
Learning to Act Like a Lawyer: A Model Code of Professional
Responsibility for Law Students
 
David M. Tanovich
University of Windsor
Strengthening Social Justice in Informal Dispute Resolution
Processes Through Cultural Competence
 
Gemma Smyth
University of Windsor
India Sinking: Threats to the Right to Food, Food Security
& Development, in an Era of Economic Growth
 
Sukanya Pillay
University of Windsor
Access to Justice for the Wrongfully Accused in National
Security Investigations
  Jasminka Kalajdzic University of Windsor
 
 
 
 
Case Comments      
Cardboard Boxes and Invisible Fences: Homelessness and 
Public Space in City of Victoria v. Adams

 
Sarah Buhler
University of Saskatchewan
 
 
 
 
Book Reviews      
Peter Fitzpatrick, Law as Resistance: Modernism, Imperialism, Legalism
 
William E. Conklin
University of Windsor
Richard A. Falk, The Costs of War: International Law, The UN
and World Order
 
James A. Green
University of Reading
Jane Kelsey, Serving Whose Interests? The Political Economy
of Trade in Services Agreements
 
Maureen Irish
University of Windsor

 

Volume 26, Issue 2, 2008

http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ/issue/view/445

 

Articles
 
 
 
On There Being Wide Reflective Equilibria: 
Why It Is Important to Put It in the Plural
 
Kai Nielsen
Departments of Philosophy,
University of Calgary/
Concordia University
What Does It Take To Travel Philosophically Light?
A Response To Nielsen
 
Idil Boran
Department of Philosophy,
York University
Reflective Equilibrium: Epistemological or Political?
 
Andrew Lister
Department of Political Studies,
Queen’s University
Intelligent Security
 
Willem deLint
Department of Sociology,
University of Windsor
Levinasian Ethics and Animal Rights
 
Jonathan Crowe
Centre for Public, International
and Comparative Law,
T. C. Beirne School of Law,
University of Queenslan
Taking Workers’ Rights Seriously: Private Prosecutions
of Employment Standards Violations 
 
 
Kent Elson
Klippensteins Barristers and Solicitors; Toronto
Legislation’s Influence on Judiciarization: Examining
the effects of statutory structure and language on
rates of court use in child welfare contexts
 
Angela Campbell

Mairi Springate

Nico Trocmé

Faculty of Law,
McGill University

Faculty of Law,

McGill University

School of Social Work,

McGill University
       
Book Reviews      
Oren Ben-Dor, Thinking about Law: in silence with Heidegger
 
Willian E. Conklin
Faculty of Law,
University of Windsor
Janet E. Halley, Split Decisions: How and Why to Take a Break from Feminism
 
Ann M. Bartow
School of Law,
University of South Carolina
Marian Roberts, Developing the Craft of Mediation: Reflections on Theory and Practice
 
Ghislaine M. Lanteigne
Gauthier & Associates, Toronto

 

Volume 26, Issue 1, 2008

Available at 

http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ/issue/view/443

Articles
 
 
 
The Scales of Injustice
 
Charles Blattberg
 
Department of Political Science, 
Université de Montréal
The Exploitation of Vulnerability: Dimensions of
Citizenship and Rightlessness in Canada’s Security
Certificate Legislation
 
Christiane Wilke
 
Paula Willis
Department of Law,
Carleton University
 
Political Theory,
University of Oxford
Quiet Contributions: Re-Examining the Benefits of
a Restorative Approach to Sentencing in the Aboriginal
Context
 
Lauren Wihak
 
B.A. (Hons.)
University of Ottawa;
J.D., Faculty of Law,
Queen’s University
Listening to Their Voices: Women Prisoners and
Access to Justice in Manitoba
 
Debra Parkes
 
Kathy Bent
 
Tracey Peter
 
Tracy Booth
University of Manitoba
 
Interdisciplinary PhD in
Native Studies, University of Manitoba
 
Department of Sociology,
University of Manitoba
 
Faculty of Social Work,
University of Manitoba
Creeping Capitalism and Academic Culture at a Canadian Law School
 
Theresa Shanahan
Faculty of Education,
York University
Dishing up Israel: Rethinking the Potential of Legal Mixité
 
Susan G. Drummond
Osgoode Hall Law School
 
 
 
 
Book Reviews
 
 
 
William A. Schabas, 
An Introduction to the 
International Criminal Court
 
Anan A. Haidar
Faculty of Law,
Damascus University,
Syria and PhD candidate,
School of Law,
University of Reading, UK
Rachel Murray,
The Role of National Human Rights Institutions at 
the International and Regional Levels: The Experience of Africa
 
Linda C. Reif
Faculty of Law,
University of Alberta
Brian Burdekin, assisted by Jason Naum,
National Human Rights Institutions in the Asia-Pacific
Region, The Raoul Wallenberg Institute Human Rights Library
 
 
 
Gavin Drewry, Louis Blom-Cooper, Charles Blake,
The Court of Appeal
 
Charles James
Faculty of Law,
University of Windsor
 
 

Volume 25, Issue 2, 2007

Available at 

http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ/issue/view/450

Articles
 
 
 
Economic Incarceration
 
Bridget McCormack
University of Michigan
Law School
I Can See Clearly Now: Videoconference Hearings and the Legal Limit on How Tribunals Allocate Resources
 
Lorne Sossin

Zimra Yetnikoff

Faculty of Law,
University of Toronto

Ministry of the Attorney General – Constitutional Law Branch

The State of War Crimes Following the Israeli-Hezbollah War
 
John Borneman
Department of Anthropology,
Princeton University
Figuring Reconciliation: Dancing With the Enemy
 
Jane S. Sutton
Nkanyiso Mpofu
Communication Arts and Sciences, Pennsylvania State University
Department of English,
Pennsylvania State University
The Sovereign, the Law and the Two British Empires
 
Ian Duncanson
Institute of Postcolonial Studies,
University of Melbourne;
Sociolegal Research Centre,
Griffith University
       
Book Reviews      
Hans C. von Sponeck, 
A Different Kind of WarThe UN Sanctions Regime in Iraq
 
Reem Bahdi
Faculty of Law,
University of Windsor
Paul Tiyambe Zeleza & Philip J. McConnaughay,
eds., Human Rights, The Rule of Law, and Development in Africa
&
Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’im, ed.,Human Rights 
Under African Constitutions: Realizing the
Promise for Ourselves
 
Paul D. Ocheje
Faculty of Law,
University of Windsor
Desmond Manderson, 
Proximity, Levinas and the Soul of the Law
 
Adam Gearey
School of Law, Birkbeck College,
University of London

 

Volume 25, Issue 1, 2007

 

Articles      
The Curious Visibility of Wartime Rape: Gender and
Ethnicity in International Criminal Law
 
Doris E. Buss
Department of Law
Carleton University
Deconstruction and Law: Derrida, Levinas and Corne
 
Jacques de Ville
University of The Western Cape
Gendering Legal Parenthood: Bio-Genetic Ties,
Intentionality and Responsibility
 
Susan B.Boyd
Faculty of Law
University of British Columbia
Righting Past Wrongs Through Contextualization:
Assessing Claims of Aboriginal Survivors of Historical
and Institutional Abuses
 
Elizabeth Adjin-Tettey
Faculty of Law
University of Victoria
Causation and Health in Medical, Environmental and
Product Liability
 
Lara Khoury
Faculty of Law
McGill University
Whither Community Justice? The Rise of Court-Connected
Mediation in the United States
 
Colleen M. Hanycz
Osgoode Hall Law School
York University
 
 
 
 
Book Reviews
 
 
 
Mary Jane Mossman, 
The First Women Lawyers: A Comparative Study of
Gender, Law and the Legal Professions
 
Christine Boyle
Faculty of Law
University of British Columbia
John D.R.Craig & S. Michael Lynk, Eds.,Globalization
and the Future of Labour Law
 
David Mangan
London School of Economics

 

Volume 24, Issue 2, 2006

Special Issue: Problems Concerning Human Rights

Introduction
 
William E. Conklin
Editor-in-Chief
Faculty on Law
University of Windsor
       
Articles      
Peoples’ Tribunals: Legitimate or Rough Justice
 
Christine Chinkin
Law, Centre for the Study of
Human Rights

London School of Economics and Political Science

Showing Remorse at the TRC: Towards a Constitutive Approach to Reparative Discourse
 
Richard Weisman
Law and Society Program
York University
Migration, Human Rights and The United Nations:
An Investigation Into the Obstacles to the UN Convention
on Migrant Workers’ Rights
 
Antoine Pécoud
Paul de Guchteneire
International Migrations and
Multicultural Policies Section,
UNESCO, Paris

International Migrations and

Multicultural Policies Section, UNESCO, Paris
The Principal International Human Rights
Instruments To Which Canada Has Not Yet Adhered
 
Nicole LaViolette
Faculty of Law 
University of Ottawa
Smoked: Tradition and the Rule of Law in British Columbia v Imperial Tobacco Canada Ltd.
 
F.C. DeCoste
Faculty of Law
University of Alberta
Universal Suffering and the Ultimate Task of Law
 
Louis E. Wolcher
University of Washington
School of Law
Preliminary Notes Towards an Understanding of Human Rights as Access Rights
 
Thanos Zartaloudis
School of Law
Birkbeck College
University of London
 
 
 
 
Book Reviews
 
 
 
Doris Buss & Ambreena Manji, Eds.,
International Law: Modern Feminist Approaches
&
Cynthia Enloe, The Curious Feminist: Searching For Women In a New Age of Empire
 
Nicole LaViolette
Faculty of Law 
University of Ottawa

 

Volume 24, Issue 1, 2006

Articles
 
 
 
At The Edge of Law’s Empire: Aboriginal Interraciality,
Citizenship, and the Law in British Columbia
 
Jean Barman
Department of Educational Studies &
Department of History
University of British Columbia
Legal and Biological Perspectives on Employment
Testing For Physical Abilities: A Post Meiorin Review
 
Rachel Cox
 
Karen Messing
LLB., LLM.

Department of Biological Sciences
University of Quebec

“My Wife Has Endured a Torrent of Abuse”: Gender,
Safety, and Anti-Squeegee Discourses in Toronto, 1998-2000
 
Amanda Glasbeek
Department of Sociology
Brock University
Not A Leg To Stand On: The Unconstitutionality Of New
Brunswick Regulation 84-20, Section 2 (D)
 
Raquel Chisholm
B.A., LLB.
Critical Comparisons: The Supreme Court Of Canada
Dooms Section 15
 
Daphne Gilbert
Diana Majury
Faculty of Law
University of Ottawa

Department of Law
Carleton University

The First Generation Of The Detroit Legal Aid Bureau
 
Gary Maveal
University of Detroit Mercy School of Law
 
 
 
 
Book Reviews
 
 
 
Rachael Mulheron
The Class Action In Common Law Legal Systems: A Comparative Perspective
 
W. A. Bogart
Faculty of Law
University of Windsor
Lawrence M. Friedman et Rogelio Perez-Perdomo, dir. Legal
Culture In The Age Of Globalization : Latin
America and Latin Europe
 
Claudia Cáceres
Département de science politique 
Université Laval
Jane Holder et Carolyn Harrison, dir.
Law And Geography : Current Legal Issues
&
Jonathan Swainger et Constance Backhouse, dir.
People and Place : Historical Influences On Legal Culture
 
Patrick Forest
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Quebec

 

Volume 23, Issue 2, 2005

Special Issue: Perspectives on Law Reform

Articles      
Independent Legal Representation for Victims of
Sexual Assault: A Model of Delivery of Legal Services
 
Larry C. Wilson
University of Windsor
Why Law Reform Commissions? A Deconstruction
and Stakeholder Analysis from an Australian Perspective
 
Michael Tilbury
NSW Law Reform Commission
Institutional Law Reform in Australia: The Past
and the Future
 
Marcia Neave
Victorian Law Reform Commission
The Relationship Between Law Reform and Access
to Justice: A Case Study – The Renting Homes Project
 
Martin Partington
Faculty of Law
University of Bristol
Law Reform: What’s In It For Women?
 
Reg Graycar
 
Jenny Morgan
University of Sydney

University of Melbourne

 
 
 
 
Book Reviews
 
 
 
Peter H. Russell
Recognizing Aboriginal Title: The Mabo Case and
Indigenous Resistance to English-Settler Colonialism
 
W. Wesley Pue
Faculty of Law,
University of British Columbia
Laura S. Underkuffler
The Idea of Property: It’s Meaning and Power
 
Donna M. Eansor
Faculty of Law 
University Of Windsor
Patrick McAuslen
Bringing the Law Back In: Essays in Land, Law
and Development
 
Paul D. Ocheje
Faculty of Law 
University Of Windsor

 

Volume 23, Issue 1, 2005

Editorial
 
William E. Conklin
Faculty of Law
University of Windsor
       
Articles
 
 
 
Access as Justice
 
Peter Fitzpatrick
Birkbeck College
University of London
A Colonial Reading of Recent Jurisprudence: Sparrow, 
Delgamuukw and Haida Nation
 
Gordon Christie
Faculty of Law
University of British Columbia
Admissibility Of Testimony From Non-Christian Indians in
the Colonial Municipal Courts of Upper Canada/Canada West
 
Reginald Good
Historical Consultant
Fine Wine and Ideal Theory: The Questionable Denial of
Liver Transplantation in Alcoholics
 
Pierre Mailly
Department of Philosophy
University of Toronto
Five Years of Canadian Feminist Legal Advocacy:
Is It Still Possible to Make a Difference?
 
Rosanna Langer
Department of Law and Justice
Laurentian University
Twenty Years of Equality Rights: Reclaiming Expectations
 
Bruce Porter
Social Rights Advocacy Centre
Affirmative Action in Higher Education: What Canada Can
Take from the American Experience?
 
Roy L. Brooks
School of Law
University of San Diego
 
 
 
 
Book Reviews
 
 
 
Todd L. Archibald, Kenneth E. Jull & Kent W. Roach,
Regulatory and Corporate Liability: From Due Diligence to
Risk Management
 
Eric Libman
Ontario Court of Justice