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The Canadian Journal of Family Law is a bianual interdisciplinary journal that publishes English and French academic articles on a broad range of family law issues. It is a refereed publication, with articles reviewed by an Advisory Board of legal professionals and academics.
The Journal is the first family law journal in Canada. The first volume was published in 1978 at Osgoode Hall. In 1982, the Journal moved to the University of British Columbia (UBC). For more information about the history of the Journal, click here.
The Journal encourages student involvement. It is produced by an Editorial Staff of UBC Faculty of Law students. Students are also invited to submit papers to the annual Allan Falconer Memorial Student Essay Competition.
Volume 26, Number 1, 2010
Rethinking Assisted Conception
- Revisiting The Handmaid's Tale: Feminist Theory Meets Empirical Research on Surrogate Mothers - Karen Busby, Delaney Vun
- De-Anonymising Sperm Donors in Canada: Some Doubts and Directions - Angela Cameron, Vanessa Gruben, and Fiona Kelly
- An Alternative Conception: the Legality of Home Insemination under Canada's Assisted Reproduction Act -
- Reponse Jurisprudentielle a la Pratique des Meres Porteuses Au Quebec: une Difficile Reconciliation -
- Access to Assisted Conception: A Call for Legislative Reform in Light of the Modern Family (Susan Doe v. Attorney General of Canada) - Lisa Feldstein
- Navigating Potentially Conflicting Political Rationalities: Discursive Strategies About "Family" in Alberta's Child Welfare Law - Joshua Friestadt
- "The Best Interests of Children: An Evidence Based Approach" by Paul Millar - Gene C. Colman