No. 60, January 2010
- The uses and abuses of party autonomy in international contracts.
- Party autonomy and choice of law: is international arbitration leading the way or marching to the beat of its own drummer?
- "After the storm: the impact of the financial crisis on private international law": jurisdiction.
- Canada and the United Nations Human Rights Council: dissent and division.
- The problem of parallel actions: the softer alternative.
- Canada: time to take access and benefit sharing over genetic resources seriously.
- Why Canada's access to medicines regime can never succeed.
- International law interrupted - a case of selective adaptation.
- Reformulating a real and substantial connection.
- Cultural thin skulls.
- Consent and conflict in medico-legal decision-making at the end of life: a critical issue in the Canadian context.
- Drug mules, drug moms and criminal justice: mothering and redemption in film and in law.
- Globalization's perilous imbalance: constraints for Canada's governments, opportunities for Canadian citizens.
- Legal parenthood and the recognition of alternative family forms in Canada.
- The alternate refuge concept: a source of systematic disadvantage to sexual minority refugee claimants.