Supreme Court of Canada Citations

The University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review has been cited by the Supreme Court of Canada in more than 33 cases.  For an in depth examination of judicial citations see: Patricia McMahon, "Canadian Judicial Citation of Articles Published in the University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review"  (2001) 59(2) UT Fac L Rev 367.

Aboriginal Law

R v Van der Peet, [1996] 2 SCR 507
citing Andrea Bowker, "Sparrow's Promise: Aboriginal Rights in the B.C. Court of Appeal"
(1995) 53(1) UT Fac L Rev 1
 
R v Sappier; R v Gray, 2006 SCC 54
citing Chilwin Chienhan Cheng,  “Touring the Museum:  A Comment on R. v. Van der Peet” 
(1997) 55(2) UT Fac L Rev 419
 
R v Kapp, 2008 SCC 41
citing Timothy Dickson,  “Section 25 and Intercultural Judgment” 
(2003) 61(2) UT Fac L Rev 141

Constitutional Law

citing Peter E.S. Jewett, "Censorship of Movies for Canadian T.V." 
(1972) 30(1) UT Fac L Rev 1
 
McKinney v University of Guelph, [1990] 3 SCR 229
citing Robert Howse, "Dolphin Delivery: The Supreme Court and the Public/Private Distinction in Canadian Constitutional Law" 
(1988) 46(1) UT Fac L Rev 248
 
R v Elshaw, [1991] 3 SCR 24
citing Seumas Woods, "Interrogation Law and the Charter. An American Plan for Renovations" 
(1985) 43(2) UT Fac L Rev. 153
 
Ruffo c Conseil de la magistrature, [1995] 4 SCR 267
citing Martin Felsky, "The Berger Affair and the Independence of the Judiciary" 
(1984) 42(1) UT Fac L Rev 118
 
R v Edwards, [1996] 1 SCR 128
citing Jonathan Dawe, "Standing to Challenge Searches and Seizures" 
(1993) 52(1) UT Fac LR 39
 
Canadian Egg Marketing Agency v Richardson, [1998] 3 SCR 157
citing Martha Jackman, "Interprovincial Mobility Rights under the Charter" 
(1985) 43(2) UT Fac L Rev 16
 
Thomson Newspapers v Canada (Attorney General), [1998] 1 SCR 877
citing Colin C.J. Feasby, "Public Opinion Poll Restrictions, Elections, and the Charter" 
(1997) 55(2) UT Fac L Rev 241
 
Dunmore v Ontario (Attorney General), 2001 SCC 94
citing Lily Harmer,  “The Right to Strike:  Charter Implications and Interpretations” 
(1982) 47(2) UT Fac L Rev 420
 
R v Demers, 2004 SCC 46
citing Vinay Shandal,  “Combining Remedies Under Section 24 of the Charter and Section 52 of the Constitution Act, 1982:  A Discretionary Approach” 
(2003) 61(2) UT Fac L Rev 175
 
R v Kapp, 2008 SCC 41
citing Timothy Dickson,  “Section 25 and Intercultural Judgment” 
(2003) 61(2) UT Fac L Rev 141
 
R v Grant, 2009 SCC 32
citing Kent Roach,  “Constitutionalizing Disrepute:  Exclusion of Evidence after Therens” 
(1986) 44(2) UT Fac L Rev 209
 
R v Grant, 2009 SCC 32
citing Kent Roach,  “Constitutionalizing Disrepute:  Exclusion of Evidence after Therens” 
(1986) 44(2) UT Fac L Rev 209
 
citing Benjamin Oliphant, "Exiting the Freedom of Association Labyrinth: Resurrecting the Parallel Liberty Standard Under 2(D) & Saving the Freedom to Strike"
(2012) 70(2) UT Fac L Rev 36
 

Criminal Law

Lyons v The Queen, [1984] 2 SCR 633
citing David A Cornfield, "The Right to Privacy in Canada" 
(1967) 25(1) UT Fac L Rev 103
 
Canadian Dredge and Dock Company v The Queen, [1985] 1 SCR 662
citing SM Waddams, "Alter Ego and Criminal Liability of Corporations" 
(1966) 24(1) UT Fac L Rev 145
 
R v Martineau, [1990] 2 SCR 633
citing Peter Lindsay, "The Implications of R. v. Vaillancourt: Much Ado About Nothing?" 
(1989) 47(2) UT Fac L Rev 465
 
R v Penno, [1990] 2 SCR 865
citing Paul B Schabas, "Intoxication and Culpability" 
(1984) 42(2) UT Fac L Rev 147
 
R v Douglas, [1991] 1 SCR 301
citing Harvey Groberman, "The Multiple Conspiracies Problem in Canada"
(1982) 40(1) UT Fac L Rev 1
 
R v Seaboyer, [1991] 2 SCR. 577
citing Katherine Catton, "Evidence Regarding the Prior Sexual History of the Alleged Rape Victim" 
(1975) 33(2) UT Fac L Rev 165
 
R v Daviault, [1994] 3 SCR 63
citing Paul B. Schabas, "Intoxication and Culpability" 
(1984) 42(2) UT Fac L Rev 147
 
R v Starr, 2000 SCC 40
citing Derek Rowsell, "Necessity and Reliability: What is the Impact of Khan on the Admissibility of Hearsay in Canada?" 
(1991) 49(2) UT Fac L Rev 294
 
Application under s 83.28 of the Criminal Code (Re), 2004 SCC 42
citing Jeremy Millard, “Investigative Hearings under the Anti-Terrorism Act” 
(2002) 60(1) UT Fac L Rev 79

Family Law

Moge v Moge, [1992] 3 SCR 813
citing David G Duff, "The Supreme Court and the New Family Law:  Working through the Pelech Trilogy" 
(1988) 46(2) UT Fac L Rev. 542
 
Young v Young, [1993] 4 SCR 3
citing Sheila M Holmes, "Imposed Legal Custody: Children's Interests or Parental Rights?" 
(1987) 45(2) UT Fac L Rev 300
 
LG v GB, [1995] 3 SCR 370
citing David G. Duff, "The Supreme Court and the New Family Law:  Working through the Pelech Trilogy" 
(1988) 46(2) UT Fac L Rev 542
 
Bracklow v Bracklow, [1999] 1 SCR 420
citing Craig Martin, "Unequal Shadows: Negotiation Theory and Spousal Support Under Canadian Divorce Law" 
(1998) 56(1) UT Fac L Rev 135
 
Miglin v Miglin, 2003 SCC 24
citing Craig Martin,  “Unequal Shadows:  Negotiation Theory and Spousal Support Under Canadian Divorce Law 
(1998) 56(1) UT Fac L Rev 135
 
Rick v Brandsema, 2009 SCC 10
Craig Martin,  “Unequal Shadows: Negotiation Theory and Spousal Support Under Canadian Divorce Law 
(1998) 56(1) UT Fac L Rev 135

Private Law

Lewis v Todd and McClure, [1980] 2 SCR 694
Michele Braniff & Alan Pratt, "Tragedy in the Supreme Court of Canada: New Developments in the Assessment of Damages for Personal Injuries" 
(1979) 37(1) UT Fac L Rev 1
 
Kosmopoulos v Constitution Insurance, [1987] 1 SCR 2
R.M. McLeod, "Aqua-Land Exploration v. Guarantee Co.: Insurable Interest in an Indemnity Policy" 
(1966) 24(1) UT Fac L Rev 154
 
Peoples Department Stores Inc (Trustee of) v Wise, 2004 SCC 68
Jason Brock,  “The Propriety of Profitmaking:  Fiduciary Duty and Unjust Enrichment 
(2000) 58(2) UT Fac L Rev 185
 
Marcotte v Longueuil (City), 2009 SCC 43
David A. Crerar, “The Resitutionary Class Action:  Canadian Class Proceedings Legislation as a Vehicle for the Restitution of Unlawfully Demanded Payments, Ultra Vires Taxes, and Other Unjust Enrichments” 
(1998) 56(1) UT Fac L Rev 47
 
Crooks v Newton, 2011 SCC 47
Jeremy Streeter,  “The ‘Deception Exception’:  A New Approach to Section 2(b) Values and Its Impact on Defamation Law”
(2003) 61(1) UT Fac L Rev 79