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The Alberta Law Review is published quarterly by the Alberta Law Review Society, a nonprofit group of law students from the University of Alberta and the University of Calgary. The Alberta Law Review has been published continuously since 1955 and is the successor to the Alberta Law Quarterly which was established in 1934. The objective of the Alberta Law Review is to promote legal research and scholarship and to provide a forum for the discussion of contemporary legal issues. The Alberta Law Review now has a total Canadian and international circulation of over 2500.

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Annual Alberta Law Review Banquet & Silent Auction

Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Keynote Speaker: Rosemary McCarney, President and CEO of Plan Canada


Speaker Bio: Rosemary McCarney is an international development expert and the CEO of Plan Canada, an international humanitarian, child-centered development organization that was founded in 1937 as Foster Parents Plan. Ms. McCarney’s skills and passion have backstopped Plan Canada’s sector-leading growth in revenues. Among her many accomplishments, she has played a pivotal role in Plan’s expansion into Darfur. She is also a major driver of the nine-year “Because I am a Girl” initiative that advocates for girls’ rights.

Ms. McCarney has had an extensive career in the law, business and not-for-profit sectors spanning over twenty years and more than 50 countries. She earned a law degree from the University of Western Ontario and her MBA from Case Western Reserve University and has taught both international and constitutional law.

Ms. McCarney is one of few international development experts who spent time as a corporate lawyer on Wall Street. Her international economic development experience includes working with the World Bank, International Finance Corporation, United States Agency for International Development and Canadian International Development Agency, as well as other government and UN bodies focused on institution building, gender issues and micro finance.


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The Alberta Law Review is soliciting contributions for its upcoming general issues to be published in 2013 and 2014. Articles, case/legislation comments and notes, book reviews, or other manuscripts will be considered for review.

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Comment on Mustapha v. Culligan of Canada

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Current Issue Vol 51, No 2

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Table of Contents


PDF The Evolution of International Investment Law and Its Application to the Energy Sector
207 Elizabeth Whitsitt, Nigel Bankes
PDF Federal and Alberta Energy Project Regulation Reform — At What Cost Efficiency?
249 Rowland J. Harrison, Lars Olthafer, Katie Slipp
PDF Gross Negligence in Canadian Energy Contracts
283 Miles Pittman, Jaclyn Hesje, Adam Lamoureux
PDF The Collision Between Federal and Provincial Occupational Health and Safety Regimes on Energy and Resource Projects
313 Larry Dunn, Shaun Hohman, E. Jane Sidnell
PDF Foreign Investment in Canada's Oil and Gas Sector: New and Emerging Challenges
343 Angela Avery, Peter Glossop, Paula Olexiuk
PDF The Role of Impact and Benefits Agreements in the Resolution of Project Issues with First Nations
385 Brad Gilmour, Bruce Mellett
PDF Recent Judicial Developments of Interest to Energy Lawyers
401 Patrick W. Burgess, Warren P. Foley, Bradley D. McFadden
PDF Recent Regulatory and Legislative Developments of Interest to Energy Lawyers
427 David J. Farmer, Layne N. Thiessen

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