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By Sara Stanley
Volume 78, Part 6 (November 2020)
On the Front Cover: Jennifer Brun / Lyle Harris, Q.C.
“Holding Up the Sky”: In the COVID-19 Pandemic, You Can Be a Lawyer or a Parent, but Not Both / Julia Lockhart
There Are No Small Cases: The Mental Health Review Board, COVID-19 and Teleconference Hearings- Part II / Heather Kulyk McDonald
On Being a Criminal Defence Lawyer in 2020: 50 Years on from G. Arthur Martin’s Address on The Role and Responsibility of the Defence Advocate / Tom Arbogast
Is the New Law Relating to Expert Witnesses in Motor Vehicle Cases Legal? Constitutional Challenges to the Evidence Amendment Act, 2020 / Bill McNally, Mike Tucker, and Barb Cotton
Health Law in Canada
Volume 41, Number 2 (November 2020)
Editorial / Simmie Palter
Health Data Sharing in Canada / Alexander Bernier and Bartha Maria Knoppers
Digital Health Acceleration: Legal and Privacy Risk Mitigation During COVID / Nyranne Martin
Balancing Personal Liberty and Public Health: Gaps in Ontario’s Health Protection and Promotion Act / Dave Langlois, Jeremy Butler, and Michael Szego
Canadian Family Law Quarterly
Volume 39, Number 3 (November 2020)
The Court’s Business in the Bedrooms of the Nation: Allegations of Sex Addiction in Child Custody and Access Cases / Robert Nanni
Stand by Me: An Analysis of the Functions of Child and Youth Advocates in Canadian Society / Payton Wood
Parents with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Within Canada’s Child Protection Trials / Choate, Tortorelli, et al.
The Supreme Court Begins to Rewrite D.B.S. in Michel v. Graydon / Rollie Thompson
Commercial Insolvency Reporter
Volume 33, Number 2 (December 2020)
The Splintering of Canadian Insolvency Law: Quebec Court of Appeal Confirms Expiry of Provincial Notice Periods Are a Pre-Condition to Appointment of a BIA Receiver / Michael J. Hanlon and Émile Catimel-Marchand
Court of Appeal Upholds Termination Clause in RESOP Contract- Contract Terminated Automatically on Bankruptcy Does Not Violate Stay Provisions Under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act / Shakaira John and Maria Gonzalez