Nbr. 65, January - January 2014
- A common law of the world? The reception of customary international law in the Canadian common law.
- Torture and the Supreme Court of Canada.
- The globalized rule of law and national security: an ongoing quest for coherence.
- Climate law in Canada: international law's role under environmental federalism.
- The role of Canadian courts in the legitimization of NAFTA Chapter Eleven tribunal decisions.
- In from the cold: Canada's WTO obligations & incompletely theorized agreements in contemporary international law.
- The World Trade Organization and dispute settlement: too much for litigation.
- Ombudsman institutions and article 33(2) of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
- Impact of international human rights standards on national legislation: Japanese perspective.
- Multi-actor contracts, competing goals and regulation of foreign investment.
- Force majeure clauses in comparative perspective: the Canadian common law approach in light of recent developments in the courts of Singapore and the United Kingdom.
- A discipline in search of itself? Contemporary challenges for securities law in Canada.
- The government of New Brunswick's pay equity program for non-legislated sectors: a just and equitable process?
- Les femmes au sein de la profession juridique au Nouveau-Brunswick.
- The statute of frauds in the email age: Druet v Girouard.