Queen's Law Journal

Queen's Law Journal
Queen's Law Journal

Volume 39(2) - Spring 2014

Articles

Constance Backhouse, "'We Don't Hire a Woman Here':  Claire L'Heureux-Dubé and the Career Prospects for Early Female Law Graduates from Laval University".

Tamar Frankel, "Toward Universal Fiduciary Principles".

M H Ogilvie, "Are Members of the Clergy Without the Law? Hart v Roman Catholic Episcopal Corporation of the Diocese of Kingston".

Patricia L Farnese, "Searching for Wildlife: A Critique of Canada's Regulatory Response to Emerging Zoonotic Diseases".

Douglas Sanderson, "Overlapping Consensus, Legislative Reform and the Indian Act".

Craig Forcese, "A Tale of Two Citizenships: Citizenship Revocation for 'Traitors and Terrorists'".

Robert Diab, "R v Khawaja and the Fraught Question of Rehabilitation in Terrorism Sentencing".

Brendon Murphy & John Anderson, "After the Serpent Beguiled Me: Entrapment and Sentencing in Australia and Canada".

Adelina Iftene, Lynne Hanson & Allan Manson, "Tort Claims and Canadian Prisoners".

Cherie Metcalf, "Property Law Culture: Public Law, Private Preferences and the Psychology of Expropriation".

Erika Chamberlain, "Fiduciary Aspects of Misfeasance in a Public Office".

Book Review

The Honourable Marion Boyd, Islam, Sharia and Alternative Dispute Resolution: Mechanisms for Legal Redress in the Muslim Community by Mohamed M. Keshavjee (London, UK: IB Tauris & Co, 2013).