Alberta Law Review

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The Alberta Law Review (ALR) is a student-run publication whose primary purpose is to enhance discourse on Canadian legal issues. Founded in 1955, the ALR is published by the Alberta Law Review Society, an organization consisting of law students at the University of Alberta and the University of Calgary. Built upon the hard work of student editors at both law faculties, the ALR is published every quarter and has roughly 1,000 pages per volume.  

Every year, the ALR publishes a special issue containing cutting-edge legal scholarship in a particular area. Previous special issues have explored topics ranging from administrative law to the future of law school. The ALR also publishes an annual Energy Law Edition, whose sole focus is on energy law. The two remaining issues are generalist publications containing scholarship that explores all areas of the law. 

The ALR is grateful to the Law Society of Alberta, the Canadian Energy Law Foundation, the Faculties of Law at the University of Alberta and the University of Calgary, and to its patrons and advertisers for their ongoing encouragement, support, and assistance.

 


Vol 53, No 4: Special Issue: Tort Law

Table of Contents

Introduction

Brooklyn LeClair, Patrick Smith
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Gerald B. Robertson
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Articles

Ellen Picard
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Allen Linden
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James Goudkamp, Lewis Klar
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Elizabeth Adjin-Tetley
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David Cheifetz
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Joost Blom
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Stephen D. Sugarman
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Erin L. Nelson
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Bruce Feldthusen
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Erika Chamberlain
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Margaret Isabel Hall
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Vaughan Black
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J. W. Neyers, Andrew Botterell
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