University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review

Articles from Vol. 69, No. 1, Winter

Determining Best Interests in End-of-Life Decisions
I. INTRODUCTION II. THE CONSENT AND CAPACITY BOARD III. SUBSTITUTES FOCUS ON THE PATIENT'S VALUES AND BELIEFS IV. THE BOARD'S INABILITY TO PROCESS THE FAMILY'S EVIDENCE V. RE:DP CORRECTLY WIDENS THE SCOPE OF BEST INTERESTS BEYOND CLINICAL...
Locke, Hegel, and Rights to Property: Examining the Unstable Ideological Architecture of the Canadian Law of Aboriginal Title
I. INTRODUCTION II. COMPETING JUSTIFICATORY PRINCIPLES IN DELGAMUUKW i. The Hegelian Justification ii. The Lockean Justification iii. Reconciling the Two Justificatory Strains III. HEGELIAN EMBODIMENT OF THE WILL AS A UNIFIED ...
Sui Generis: Common Law Solutions to Constitutional Problems in Multijurisdictional Class Proceedings
I. THE EXTENT OF THE REAL AND SUBSTANTIAL CONNECTION i. The Morguard test ii. Must the "real and substantial connection" exist between each class member and the forum? II. APPLICATION OF STATUTES BEYOND TERRITORIALITY i....