Past Issues

Vol 55 No 1 (January 2022)

Vol 54 No 3 (September 2021)

Vol 54 No 2 (September 2021)

Vol 54 No 1 (September 2021)

Vol 53 No 4 (September 2021): Special “British Columbia’s Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act” Edition

Vol 53 No 3 (April 2021)

Vol 53 No 2 (December 2020)

Vol 53 No 1 (February 2020): Special “Deliberative Democracy, Peace Referendums, and Constitutional Settlement” Section

Vol 52 No 3 (October 2019)

Vol 52 No 2 (June 2019)

Vol 52 No 1 (January 2019)

Vol 51 No 3 (September 2018)

Vol 51 No 2 (August 2018)

Vol 51 No 1 (January 2018)

Vol 50 No 4 (November 2017): Special “Property in the City” Edition 

Vol 50 No 3 (August 2017)

Vol 50 No 2 (July 2017)

Vol 50 No 1 (February 2017)

Vol 49 No 3 (November 2016): Special “Law: Past, Present, and Future” Graduate Student Conference Edition

Vol 49 No 2 (August 2016)

Vol 49 No 1 (January 2016)

Vol 48 No 3 (October 2015): Special “Tsilhqot’in Nation v British Columbia Decision” Edition

Vol 48 No 2 (July 2015)

Vol 48 No 1 (January 2015)

Vol 47 No 3 (December 2014): Special “Law on the Edge” Edition

Vol 47 No 2 (July 2014)

Vol 47 No 1 (January 2014)

Vol 46 No 3 (September 2013): Special “Media Law & Video Games” Edition

Vol 46 No 1 (June 2013)

Vol 46 No 1 (January 2013)

Vol 45 No 3 (October 2012): Special “Corporate Social Responsibility in the Pacific Rim” Edition

Vol 45 No 2 (June 2012)

Vol 45 No 1 (January 2012)

Vol 44 No 3 (September 2011): Special “Responsive Regulation” Edition

Vol 44 No 2 (May 2011)

Vol 44 No 1 (March 2011): Special “Diversity in the Law” Edition

Vol 43 No 2 (January 2011)

Vol 43 No 1 (September 2010)

Vol 42 No 2 (July 2010)

Vol 42 No 1 (August 2009)

 

Earlier Volumes

Volume 55, Issue 1 (January 2022) 

ARTICLES 

Rory Gillis, “Federalism and Interprovincial Infrastructure Disputes in Canada” pp 1–50 
Citation info: (2022) 55:1 UBC L Rev 1

Darcy Lindberg, “UNDRIP and the Renewed Application of Indigenous Laws in the Common Law” pp 51–80 
Citation info: (2022) 55:1 UBC L Rev 51

Donald J. Netolitzky, “Worn Out Faces: Repeat Self-Represented Litigants at the Supreme Court of Canada” pp 81-148 

Citation info: (2022) 55:1 UBC L Rev 81

Andrew Pilliar, “Filling the Normative Hole at the Centre of Access to Justice: Toward a Person-Centred Conception” pp 149-202 
Citation info: (2022) 55:1 UBC L Rev 149

Douglas Sarro, “Corporate Veil-Piercing and Structures of Canadian Business Law” pp 203-250 
Citation info: (2022) 55:1 UBC L Rev 203

Logan Stack, “Warm Climate, Slow Change: Climate Tort Claims in Canada and the Potential for Legislative Intervention” pp 251-310 
Citation info: (2022) 55:1 UBC L Rev 251

REFLECTIONS 

Remarks of the Honourable Malcolm Rowe, “The Virtue of Judicial Restraint, or Who Guards the Guardians?” pp 311-322 
Citation info: (2022) 55:1 UBC L Rev 311

Volume 54, Issue 3 (September 2021) 

 

Marie-Andrée Denis-Boileau, “The Gladue Analysis: Shedding Light on Appropriate Sentencing Procedures and Sanctions” pp 537–628 
Citation info: (2021) 54:3 UBC L Rev 537

Ryan Handlarski, “Canada’s Wonderlands: Can a Convicted Sex Offender Subject to a Section 161(1)(a) Order Legally Enter an Amusement Park?” pp 629–92 
Citation info: (2021) 54:3 UBC L Rev 629

Camden Hutchison & Li-Wen Lin, “The Growth of Vancouver as an Innovation Hub: Challenges and Opportunities” pp 693–762 
Citation info: (2021) 54:3 UBC L Rev 693

Richard Jochelson, David Ireland & Hannah Taylor, “Clearing Your History: A Review of Non-Consensual Distribution of Intimate Images in Canada and Future Responses” pp 763–814 
Citation info: (2021) 54:3 UBC L Rev 763

Alyn James Johnson, “The Genealogy of Core Jurisdiction” pp 815–88 
Citation info: (2021) 54:3 UBC L Rev 815

Matt Malone, “Consequences of the Criminalization of Trade Secret Theft in Canada” pp 889–934 
Citation info: (2021) 54:3 UBC L Rev 889

Terry Skolnik, “Precedent, Principles, and Presumptions” pp 935–985 
Citation info: (2021) 54:3 UBC L Rev 935

Volume 54, Issue 2 (September 2021) 

Hassan M. Ahmad, “Transnational Torts Against Private Corporations: A Functional Theory for the Application of Customary International Law Post-Nevsun” pp 299–352 
Citation info: (2021) 54:2 UBC L Rev 299

Eszter Bodnár, “A ‘Comparative Constitutional Powerhouse’ in Action: An Empirical Study of the Supreme Court of Canada’s Use of Comparative Law Based on Interviews and Case Citations” pp 353–402 
Citation info: (2021) 54:2 UBC L Rev 353

Janina Boughey, “The Culture of Justification in Administrative Law: Rationales and Consequences” pp 403–54 
Citation info: (2021) 54:2 UBC L Rev 403

Reagan Seidler, “The Law of Haunted Houses: A Comment on Stigmatized Properties Following Wang v Shao” pp 455–82 
Citation info: (2021) 54:2 UBC L Rev 455

Anna S. P. Wong, “Fresh Consideration Rule: Insights from Its Resurrection in Quach v Mitrux Services Ltd” pp 483–536 
Citation info: (2021) 54:2 UBC L Rev 483

Volume 54, Issue 1 (September 2021) 

Joshua Blum, “The Chiarelli Doctrine: Immigration Exceptionalism and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms” pp 1–62 
Citation info: (2021) 54:1 UBC L Rev 1

Jonathan de Vries, “The Super Panel Doctrine” pp 63–118 
Citation info: (2021) 54:1 UBC L Rev 63

Rebecca Dickson, “Does the Notice of Objection Mechanism Available to Civil Resolution Tribunal Small Claims Parties Enhance Access to Justice?” pp 119–50 
Citation info: (2021) 54:1 UBC L Rev 119

Kyle McCleery, “’Resort to the Easy Answer’: Gladue and the Treatment of Indigenous NCRMD Accused by the British Columbia Review Board” pp 151–202 
Citation info: (2021) 54:1 UBC L Rev 151

Tamar Meshel, “From Nevsun v Araya to the CORE: Taking Stock of State-Based Business and Human Rights Grievance Mechanisms in Canada” pp 203–51 
Citation info: (2021) 54:1 UBC L Rev 203

Teresa Scassa, “Administrative Law and the Governance of Automated Decision Making: A Critical Look at Canada’s Directive on Automated Decision Making” pp 251–98 
Citation info: (2021) 54:1 UBC L Rev 251

Volume 53, Issue 4 (September 2021) 

EDITOR’S NOTE: Please note that Issues 3 and 4 of Volume 53 were meant to have been published in 2020 along with Issues 1 and 2. However, due to COVID-19, publication of Issues 3 and 4 was delayed until 2021. Therefore, the date of publication for Volume 53, Issues 1 and 2 is 2020 and for Volume 53, Issues 3 and 4 is 2021. These are the dates that ought to be used when citing articles from those issues.

ARTICLES 

John Borrows, “Foreword to the Special Issue: British Columbia’s Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act” pp 957–70 
Citation info: (2021) 53:4 UBC L Rev 970

Nigel Bankes, “Implementing UNDRIP: An Analysis of British Columbia’s Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act” pp 971–1016 
Citation info: (2021) 53:4 UBC L Rev 971

Ryan Beaton, “Performing Sovereignty in a Time of Ideological Instability: BC’s Bill 41 and the Reception of UNDRIP into Canadian Law” pp 1017–64 
Citation info: (2021) 53:4 UBC L Rev 1017

Brenda L. Gunn, “Legislation and Beyond: Implementing and Interpreting the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples” pp 1065–96 
Citation info: (2021) 53:4 UBC L Rev 1065

Robert Hamilton, “The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and the Division of Powers: Considering Federal and Provincial Authority in Implementation” pp 1097–1146 
Citation info: (2021) 53:4 UBC L Rev 1097

Sheryl Lightfoot, “A Leopard Cannot Hide Its Spots: Unmasking Opposition to the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples” pp 1147–84 
Citation info: (2021) 53:4 UBC L Rev 1147

Joshua Nichols & Sarah Morales, “Finding Reconciliation in Dark Territory: Coastal Gaslink, Coldwater, and the Possible Futures of DRIPA” pp 1185–1236 
Citation info: (2021) 53:4 UBC L Rev 1185

Kerry Wilkins, “So You Want to Implement UNDRIP…” pp 1237–1305 
Citation info: (2021) 53:4 UBC L Rev 1237