Supreme Court Law Review, 2nd Series, Volume 80
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This collection of papers discusses the legacy of the former Supreme Court of Canada Justice Thomas Cromwell, who retired in September, 2016. The volume also celebrates His Honour's contributions to the legal developments in many areas of private and public law in Canada. Notable contributors include: Former SCC judge Louis LeBel, Prof. Mitchell McInnes, Prof. Leonard Rotman and Stephen Waddams and Angela Swan.
Table of contents
Introduction – Stephen Aylward and Pam Hrick
PART I: JUDGE, PROFESSOR AND MAN
"Justice Thomas Cromwell: A man for all seasons" – The Honorable Louis LeBel
Believing the Best of Others: The Jurisprudence of Justice Thomas Cromwell – Steve Coughlan
"The ‘Atlantic Seat' on the Supreme Court of Canada: An Endangered Species?" – Philip Girard
PART II: CIVIL PROCEDURE & ACCESS TO JUSTICE
Engaging with the Cromwell Committee on Access to Justice: "Beyond Wise Words" – Towards a Less Adversarial Approach to Family Justice" – Mary-Jo Maur & Nicholas Bala
From Reasons to Roadshows: The Contributions of the Honourable Thomas A. Cromwell to Access to Justice – Elizabeth T.W. France, Pam Hrick & Daphné Wermenlinger
'They Want In': Sex Workers and Legitimacy Debates in the Law of Public Interest Standing – Lisa Kerr & Elin Sigurdson
Justice Cromwell and the Law of Restitution – John D. McCamus
Justice Cromwell and Unjust Enrichment: A Sad Farewell – Mitchell McInnes
Defining the Scope of Fiduciary Liability – Paul B. Miller
Justice Cromwell and Fiduciary Duties: Placing Law Into Context – Leonard I. Rotman
Unfairness and Good Faith in Contract Law: a New Approach – Stephen Waddams
Justice Tom Cromwell's Contracts Decisions: Starting from the Right Place – Angela Swan
Showing Them How It's Done: Justice Cromwell's International Law Jurisprudence – Robert J .Currie
Cromwell and Administrative Law: A Steady Hand on the Tiller – John M. Evans & Jeffrey Haylock
Technological Neutrality or Novelty? Two Models of Privacy in the Digital Era – Stephen Aylward
Federation of Law Societies: Towards a Deeper Understanding of the Principles of Fundamental Justice – Alexandra Mogyoros
Primauté Du Droit, Originalisme Et Arbre Vivant: Les Tensions Au Cœur Des Interprétations Constitutionnelles De La Cour Suprême Du Canada Durant Les Années Du Juge Cromwell – Francois Goyer
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