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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 29, Number 1, 2014
- Suppressing Damages in Involuntary Parenthood Actions: Contorting Tort Law, Denying Reproductive Freedom, and Discriminating Against Mothers - Bruce Feldthusen
- Rethinking Canadian Legal Approaches to Frozen Embryo Disputes - Stephanie Carsley
- Establishing Canada's First Integrated Domestic Violence Court: Exploring Process, Outcomes, and Lessons Learned - Rachel Birnbaum, Nicholas Bala, and Peter Jaffe
- A Relational Model of Family Lawyering: Exploring the Potential for Education, Practice, and Research - Jill Howieson and Lynn Priddis
- Protecting Survivors of Domestic Violence Within the Insurance Regime: Opportunities to Seek Termination or Variation of Insurance Contracts - Elizabeth Adjin-Tettey