University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review

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University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review  
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
U. T. Fac. L. Rev.
Discipline Law
Language English, French abstracts
Publication details
Publisher
Carswell (Canada)
Publication history
1942-present
Frequency Twice per year
Indexing
ISSN 0381-1638
OCLC no. 49374375
Links

The University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review is a law review at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, run by law students at the Faculty and publishing scholarly work by law students from any institution.

It was first published in 1942, when it was called the School of Law Review (University of Toronto).[1] It is ranked by John Doyle at the Washington and Lee University School of Law as tied for 35th-ranked law journal outside of the United States (including both student and faculty journals).[2] According to an article it published in 2001, at that time the journal had been cited in 22 cases decided by the Supreme Court of Canada.[3] It has since been cited by the Supreme Court a total of 12 times.[4]

Notable editors[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ University of Toronto Faculty of Law. "University of Toronto - Faculty of Law". Retrieved 2009-09-30. 
  2. ^ Doyle, John. "Law Journal:Submissions and Rankings". Washington and Lee University School of Law. Retrieved 2009-09-30. 
  3. ^ McMahon, Patricia (2001). "Canadian Judicial Citations of Articles Published in the University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review". University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review. 59 (2). Retrieved 2009-10-01. 
  4. ^ Saskatchewan Federation of Labour v Saskatchewan, 2015 SCC 4 at para 111; Crookes v. Newton, 2011 SCC 47; Marcotte v. Longueuil (City), 2009 SCC 43; R. v. Grant, 2009 SCC 32; Rick v. Brandsema, 2009 SCC 10; R. v. Kapp, 2008 SCC 42; R. v. Sappier; R. v. Gray, 2006 SCC 54; Peoples Department Stores Inc. (Trustee of) v. Wise, 2004 SCC 64; R. v. Demers, 2004 SCC 43; Application under s. 83.28 of the Criminal Code (Re), 2004 SCC 40; Miglin v. Miglin, 2003 SCC 21; Dunmore v. Ontario (Attorney General), 2001 SCC 87.
  5. ^ a b c Maclaren, Malcolm (1997). "A History of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review". University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review. 55 (2). Retrieved 2009-10-03.