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University of Toronto Law Journal Volume 68, No. 2, Spring 2018

University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 68, No. 2 (Spring 2018)

The proper role of policy in private law adjudication

Ross Grantham, Darryn Jensen

Canadian legislatures and the regulation of the private health-care industry

Marie-Claude PrémontCory Verbauwhede 

Group rights, participatory goods, and language policy

Piet Goemans

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UC Davis Law Review, Issue 51:4 (April 2018)

Articles

Sovereign Patent Funds
Xuan-Thao Nguyen

DNA Copyright in the Administrative State
Dan L. Burk

The Natural Property Rights Straitjacket: The Takings Clause, Taxation, and Excessive Rigidity
Eric Kades

Enhancing Patent Damages
Dmitry Karshtedt

Workers in the “Gig” Economy: The Case for Extending the Antitrust Labor Exemption
Marina Lao

The Yates Memorandum
Gideon Mark

Unforeseen Land Uses: The Effect of Marijuana Legalization on Land Conservation Programs
Jessica Owley

Notes

A Proposal for Proper Procedure: The Aid-in-Dying Process for Californians with Disabilities
Michael Benassini

Surrogacy in California: Replacing Section 7962 of the California Family Code with a Two-Part Hybrid Best Interests Test
Matthew Demopoulos

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University of Toronto Law Journal Vol. 68, No. supplement 1

 

Special Issue: Artificial Intelligence, Technology, and the Law

University of Toronto Law JournalVolume 68, No. S1 

Articles: 

Introduction: Artificial intelligence, technology, and the lawSimon Stern

Law as computation in the era of artificial legal intelligence: Speaking law to the power of statisticsMireille Hildebrandt

Warming up to inscrutability: How technology could challenge our concept of lawBrian Sheppard 

Prediction, persuasion, and the jurisprudence of behaviourism – Frank PasqualeGlyn Cashwel

Transformative legal technology and the rule of law – Paul Gowder

How artificial intelligence will affect the practice of lawBenjamin AlarieAnthony NiblettAlbert H Yoon

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University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 68, No.1

Special Issue

Transfiguring Justice: Trans People and the Law

University of Toronto Law JournalVolume 68, No. 1 

Articles: 

Don’t be so hateful: The insufficiency of anti-discrimination and hate crime laws in improving trans well-being – Florence Ashley

Gender identity, gender pronouns, and freedom of expression: Bill C-16 and the traction of specious legal claims – Brenda Cossman

The origins of gender identity and gender expression in Anglo-American legal discourse – Kyle Kirkup

The banishment of Isaac: Racial signifiers of gender performance – Ido Katri

Review Articles:

The definitive article – Alice Ristroph

Thinking like a private lawyer – Christopher Essert

 

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UC Davis Law Review, Issue 51:2 (December 2017)

Symposium — Future-Proofing Law: From rDNA to Robots (Part 2)

Special Lecture: National Security and the Loaded Weapon
Ben Wizner

Dr. Robot
Jane R. Bambauer

Artificial Intelligence Policy: A Primer and Roadmap
Ryan Calo

Cops, Docs, and Code: A Dialogue Between Big Data in Health Care and Predictive Policing
I. Glenn Cohen & Harry S. Graver

The Internet of Things as a Global Policy Frontier
Laura DeNardis & Mark Raymond

The Desert of the Unreal: Inequality in Virtual and Augmented Reality
Mary Anne Franks

DIY Bio: Hacking Life in Biotech’s Backyard
Lisa C. Ikemoto

Private Security Robots, Artificial Intelligence, and Deadly Force
Elizabeth E. Joh

Authorship, Disrupted: AI Authors in Copyright and First Amendment Law
Margot E. Kaminski

Democratic Engagement and the Republic of Science
Peter Lee

Playing with the Data: What Legal Scholars Should Learn About Machine Learning
David Lehr & Paul Ohm

The Race-Neutral Workplace of the Future
Nancy Leong

Tempting Trespass or Suggesting Sociability? Augmented Reality and the Right to Include
Molly Shaffer Van Houweling

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UC Davis Law Review, Issue 51:1 (November 2017)

Symposium — Future-Proofing Law: From rDNA to Robots

Future-Proofing Law
Anupam Chander

A Simpler World? On Pruning Risks and Harvesting Fruits in an Orchard of Whispering Algorithms
Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar

The Real Law of Virtual Reality
Mark A. Lemley & Eugene Volokh

The Governance of Data and Data Flows in Trade Agreements: The Pitfalls of Legal Adaptation
Mira Burri

Law for the Platform Economy
Julie E. Cohen

Mismatched Regulation: Genetically Modified Mosquitoes and the Coordinated Framework for Biotechnology
Albert C. Lin

Resilience: A New Tool in the Risk Governance Toolbox for Emerging Technologies
Gary E. Marchant & Yvonne A. Stevens

Notes

Effectuating the Benefits of the Twombly Plausibility Standard in Patent Infringement Cases: Application of Rule 9 Post-Abrogation of Rule 84
Elizabeth Chang

The Forced Choice of Dignified Disposal: Government Mandate of Interment or Cremation of Fetal Remains
Elizabeth Kimball Key

Privacy and Criminal Certainty: A New Approach to the Application of the Private Search Doctrine to Electronic Storage Devices
Joseph Little

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University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 67, Number 3 (Summer 2017)

University of Toronto Law Journal- Volume 67, Number 3 (Summer 2017)

ARTICLES
Deliberative freedoms and the asymmetric features of anti-discrimination law
Colin Campbell, Dale Smith

A right to deliberative freedom: Reply to Campbell and Smith
Sophia Reibetanz Moreau

Destination-based cash-flow taxation: A critical appraisal
Wei Cui

Decomposing Bhasin v Hrynew : Towards an institutional understanding of the general organizing principle of good faith in contractual performance
Daniele Bertolini

BOOK REVIEW
ABRAHAM DRASSINOWER What’s Wrong with Copying?
Shyamkrishna Balganesh

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UC Davis Law Review, Issue 50:5 (June 2017)

Articles

Wrongful Benefit & Arctic Drilling
Nicolas Cornell & Sarah E. Light

The Materiality of Sponsorship Confusion
Matthew B. Kugler

When Patents Claim Preexisting Knowledge
Sean B. Seymore

Choosing Marriage
Kaiponanea T. Matsumura

The Absurdity of Crime-Based Deportation
Kari Hong

Amending Patent Eligibility
David O. Taylor

Reconceptualizing the Whistleblower’s Dilemma
Miriam H. Baer

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Penalties and Reasonable Cause: Have You Exercised Ordinary Business Care and Prudence?
Russell A. Sternshein

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UC Davis Law Review, Issue 50:4 (April 2017)

Articles

Who Counts for One Person, One Vote?
Nathaniel Persily

The Interaction of the Pregnancy Discrimination Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act After Young v. UPS
Deborah A. Widiss

Stitches for Snitches: Lawyers as Whistleblowers
Dennis J. Ventry, Jr.

Water and Taxes
Dave Owen

McDonnell and Anti-Corruption’s Last Stand
Jacob Eisler

Performative Privacy
Scott Skinner-Thompson

The First Amendment Right to a Remedy
Benjamin Plener Cover

Note

Trust and Antitrust: State-Based Restrictions in Telemedicine
Wynter K. Miller

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University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 67, Number 2 (Spring 2017)

University of Toronto Law Journal- Volume 67, Number 2 (Spring 2017)

FOCUS FEATURE: DISSENT

Editor’s note
David Dyzenhaus

The idea for this Focus Feature arose from a panel at the Appellate Courts Seminar in Toronto, organized by the National Judicial Institute in January 2016. There, Peter Hogg presented the argument of the first paper in this feature, and that was followed by a discussion between the two judges featured here, in which they answered the questions that are posed in their papers. As this seemed to me to be a most enlightening set of exchanges, I asked the participants to revise their papers for publication as a Focus Feature, and I also invited two academic colleagues who work on dissents to add their thoughts in a paper that would react to the first three. I thank the National Judicial Institute and all the authors for their contributions.

Why judges should dissent
Peter W Hogg and Ravi Amarnath

The role of dissents in appellate judging
Freda M Steel

‘Writing separately’
Robert G Richards

Ten theses on dissent
Marie-Claire Belleau and Rebecca Johnson

ARTICLES
Against racial profiling
Amit Pundik

Commodification and the allocation of care and responsibility for children
Wanda Wiegers

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