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Supreme Court Law Review, 2nd Series, Volume 77
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This Year-In-Review volume comprises 7 papers reviewing groundbreaking Supreme Court of Canada's 2014-2015 decisions in class actions law, criminal law, intellectual property, and the law of evidence, along with case comments and special essays.
Table of contents
1. Dana M. Peebles, Brandon Kain and Paul Davis – Developments in Class Actions Law: The 2014-2015 Term – Securities Litigation Comes of Age at the Supreme Court of Canada
2. Richard Litkowski and Siavosh Pashang – Developments in Criminal Law: The 2015-2016 Term – Criminal Procedure
3. Ian R. Smith – Developments in Substantive Criminal law: the 2015-2016 Term
4. Sarah L.M. Weingarten and Steven G. Frankel – Developments in the Law of Evidence: The 2014-2015 Term
5. Martha Bailey – The 2014-2015 Term – Revisiting the Best Interests of the Child Principle
6. L.E. Trent Horne – Developments in Intellectual Property: the 2015-2016 term
7. Matthew Estabrooks, Sarah Alasaly, Michelle Cicchino and Shawn Duguay – Annual Report on Applications for Leave to Appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada the 2015-2016 Term
8. Marcus Moore – R. v. Safarzadeh-Markhali: Elements and Implications of the Supreme Court's New Rigorous Approach to Construction of Statutory Purpose
9. Robin Elliot and Michael Elliot – Taking Rationales Seriously: The Quality of the Legislative Process as a Factor in the Deference Analysis Under Section 1 of the Charter
10. Manasvin Goswami – Manasvin Goswami Coherence and Consistency in a System of Good Faith: Assessing and Explaining the Impact of Bhasin v. Hrynew on Canadian Contract Law