McGill Law Journal

A bilingual academic legal journal covering both the common and civil law and published by the students.

Articles from Vol. 48, No. 3, September

Enrichments and Reasons for Restitution: Protecting Freedom of Choice
This article analyzes the role of freedom of choice in the Canadian law of unjust enrichment. Courts must balance the plaintiff's interest in recovering a benefit, with which she did not freely part, against the defendant's interest in controlling...
La Titrisation De la Propriete Intellectuelle Au Canada
Cet article vise a etablir la viabilite du modele actuel de titrisation au Canada comme mecanisme de financement des entreprises detenant principalement des actifs en propriete intellectuelle, notamment par l'examen de la valeur ajoutee qu'apporterait...
Legal and Judicial Reform through Development Assistance: Some Lessons
Legal and judicial reform plays an important role within the framework of international development assistance: stable and just legal systems support the promotion of security, equity, and prosperity. The author's goal is to assist those who am interested...
Measuring Judicial Activism on the Supreme Court of Canada: A Comment on Newfoundland (Treasury Board) V. NAPE
In the recent Newfoundland and Labrador Court of Appeal decision of Newfoundland (Treasury Board) v. NAPE, Justice Marshall accused the Supreme Court of Canada of "undue incursions ... into the policy domain of the elected branches of government ......