McGill Law Journal

Volume 61, numéro 1, september 2015

Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto and Fellow-in-Residence, CD Howe Institute. Email: Thanks to participants at Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP and the CD Howe Roundtable in February 2015 for helpful comments. Thanks also to Grant Bishop, Hal Jackman, Vijay Jog, Naizam Kanji, Daniel Schwanen, and Michael Trebilcock for comments and to Joshua Freedman, Krupa Kotecha, Duncan Melville, Andrew Mihalik, and William Muir for excellent research assistance funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

Citation: (2015) 61:1 McGill LJ 1

Référence : (2015) 61:1 RD McGill 1

Sommaire (6 articles)


  1. The Future of Poison Pills in Canada: Are Takeover Bid Reforms Needed?
  2. Situating Canada’s Commercial Surrogacy Ban in a Transnational Context: A Postcolonial Feminist Call for Legalization and Public Funding
  3. Sur les traces du principe de proportionnalité : une esquisse généalogique
  4. The Treatment of Ipso Facto Clauses in Canada

Case Comment  / Chronique de jurisprudence

  1. R. v. Spencer: Anonymity, the Rule of Law, and the Shrivelling of the Biographical Core

Book Review  / Recension critique

  1. Pleasure Reading / Ummni Khan, Vicarious Kinks: S/M in the Socio-Legal Imaginary (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014), pp 376. ISBN 978-1-4426-1551-9