Nbr. 66, January - January 2015
- Law as an ally or enemy in the war on cyberbullying: exploring the contested terrain of privacy and other legal concepts in the age of technology and social media.
- Why we are still searching for solutions to cyberbullying: an analysis of the North American responses to cyberbullying under the theory of systemic desensitization.
- Trinity Western University's law school and the associational dimension of religious freedom: toward comprehensive liberalism.
- Pandemics in a connected world: integrating privacy with public health surveillance.
- The incessant image: how dominant news coverage shaped Canadian cyberbullying law.
- The common law's hodgepodge protection of privacy.
- Vie privee et 'droit a l'oubli': que fait le Canada?
- When the court finds a breach of fiduciary obligations, should equitable or legal remedies flow?
- Property interests in resettled communities.
- Les femmes au sein de la profession juridique: un regard sue le present et une vision tournee vers l'avenir.
- Urban aboriginal people and the honour of the Crown - a discussion paper.
- Qualifying the Hague and Visby rules' sea peril exception under English, Canadian, United States, French, Italian, and Greek law.
- Effective aggressiveness and inconsistencies in the bijuridical treatment of aggressive behaviour: mixed martial arts, bullying, and sociolegal quandaries.