UTLJ

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UTLJUniversity of Toronto Law Journal
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(62) See R v Seaboyer, [1991] 2 SCR 577 at 609, 4 OR (3d) 383; Hamish Stewart, "Justice Frank Iacobucci and the Revolution in the Common Law of Evidence" (2007) 57:2 UTLJ 479 at 481-83.
(94.) Kent Roach, "American Constitutional Theory for Canadians (and the Rest of the World)" (2002) 52:4 UTLJ 503 at 504.
(50) Genevieve Cartier, "Procedural Fairness in Legislative Functions: The End of Judicial Abstinence?' (2003) 53:3 UTLJ 217 [Cartier, "Fairness in Legislative Functions"].
Woolley argues that not all violations of the duty of loyalty, as articulated in Neil at para 19, are necessarily violations of the lawyer's fiduciary duty (see Alice Woolley, "The Lawyer as Fiduciary: Defining Private Law Duties in Public Law Relations" (2015) 65:4 UTLJ 285 at 298 [Woolley, "Lawyer as Fiduciary"]).
See Vanessa A MacDonnell, "The Constitution as Framework for Governance" (2013) 63:4 UTLJ 624; Jula Hughes & Vanessa MacDonnell, "Social Science Evidence in Constitutional Rights Cases in Germany and Canada: Some Comparative Observations" (2013) 32:1 NJCL 23; Vanessa MacDonnell & Jula Hughes, "The German Abortion Decisions and the Protective Function in German and Canadian Constitutional Law" (2013) 50:4 Osgoode Hall LJ 999.
(7) For some exceptions who are clear that they are talking about private ownership, see Larissa Katz, "Exclusion and Exclusivity in Property Law" (2008) 58:3 UTLJ 275 [Katz, "Exclusion and Exclusivity"]; Avihay Dorfman, "Private Ownership" (2010) 16:1 Leg Theory 1.
(3) See Vanessa A MacDonnell, "The Constitution as Framework for Governance" (2013) 63:4 UTLJ 624 (there "has been a tendency to view the judiciary as being the primary institution responsible for 'constitutional implementation'--that is, for securing and advancing the constitutional rights and values" at 625 [footnotes omitted]).
Evidence" (2011) 61:3 UTLJ 343; Gary Edmond & Emma Cunliffe,
(3) See David L Faigman et al, Modern Scientific Evidence: The Law and Science of Expert Testimony, vol 1, 2015-2016 ed (Eagan, MN: Thomson Reuters, 2016) at para [section] 1:10 [Faigman et al]; Gary Edmond & Kent Roach, "A Contextual Approach to the Admissibility of the State's Forensic Science and Medical Evidence" (2011) 61:3 UTLJ 343 at 362-63 [Edmond, "Contextual Approach"].
(2) Peter Oliver, "Canada, Quebec, and Constitutional Amendment" (1999) 49 UTLJ 519 at 520.