Queen's Law Journal

Queen's Law Journal
Queen's Law Journal

Volume 37(1) - Fall 2011 stackofbooks.jpg

Articles 

Hilary Young, "But Names Won't Necessarily Hurt Me: Considering the Effect of Disparaging Statements on Reputation".

Robert Flannigan, "Immunity Shopping".

Erik S Knutsen, "Fortuity Clauses in Liability Insurance: Solving Coverage Dilemmas for Intentional and Criminal Conduct".

Émilie Giroux-Gareau, "Recrutement des travailleuses domestiques: dans quel cadre s'insère la loi Ontarienne".

Chris D L Hunt, "Conceptualizing Privacy and Elucidating its Importance: Foundational Considerations for the Development of Canada's Fledgling Privacy Tort".

Michael Geist, "Canada's Usage Based Billing Controversy: How to Address the Wholesale and Retail Issues".

John Hagan & Fiona M Kay, "The Emotional Toll and Exhilaration of Human Rights Activism: Gender and Legal Work at the Hague International Criminal Tribunal".

Mark Faassen, "A Fine Balance: The Regulation of Canadian Religious Broadcasting".