Canadian Business Law Journal

Par : Anthony Duggan, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., LL.D., Jacob S. Ziegel
ISBN/ISSN/No. de produit : 0319-3322
Type de produit : Journal
Coût de mise à jour prévu : Four issues and one bound volume (comprised of 3 issues) annually
Reliure : -
2017-09-19
Date de publication : 2017-03-27
Éditeur : Canada Law Book
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Editor-in-Chief: Professor Anthony Duggan

Editor-in-Chief Emeritus: Jacob S. Ziegel

Book Review Editor: Jassmine Girgis, Faculty of Law, University of Calgary Regional editors and specialist editors

Internationally renowned journal strikes the right balance between commentary on current legislative and case law developments and in-depth analysis of major issues in the corporate, commercial and international arenas.

CBLJ on WestlawNext Canada is included with your print subscription. You can have access to the online version at no extra cost for one personal workstation. 

Benefits include: 

  • Quick and easy electronic access to the most current CBLJ articles 
  • One-stop comprehensive searching of the entire CBLJ library – more than 30 years worth of material 
  • 24/7 access to CBLJ on WestlawNext Canada from any Internet connection

A subscription includes three issues, a bound volume consolidating the issues and online access for one personal workstation. Each bound volume contains a Table of Contents, Table of Cases and detailed Subject Index. During the year you will receive a total of four issues. Complete sets of the Canadian Business Law Journal are also available from 1976 to the present. Contributions and editorial correspondence should be sent to tony.duggan@utoronto.ca. View the Authors' Guidelines (PDF).

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À propos de l'auteur

Professor Anthony Duggan, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., LL.D., holds the Hon. Frank H Iacobucci Chair in the Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto. He was appointed in 1999. Previously, he held the Henry Bournes Higgins Chair in Law at Monash University, Victoria, Australia. He was Associate Dean at the University of Toronto from 2002-2004 and Sub-Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Melbourne from 1980-1983. Professor Duggan currently teaches secured transactions, bankruptcy law and trusts. He has published widely in these areas and also in the areas of contract law, consumer credit and consumer protection. Professor Duggan is a member of various professional organizations including the American Law Institute, the International Academy of Commercial and Consumer Law (President, 2012-2014); the Ontario Bar Association Personal Property Security Law Committee; and the Insolvency Institute of Canada.
Professor Jacob S. Ziegel grew up largely in England and received his legal education there. He is a member of the English and Ontario bars. His first teaching post was at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon where he taught from 1962-1966. He then taught at McGill University and the Osgoode Hall Law School before joining the University of Toronto law school in 1975. There he remained until his retirement in 1993. He has remained very active since his retirement, both in teaching and in pursuing his interests as editor-in-chief of the Canadian Business Law Journal and convenor of the Annual Workshop of Commercial and Consumer Law held annually usually at the University of Toronto law school, and in legal research and writing. Professor Ziegel's primary interests are in commercial and consumer law and insolvency law, both international and domestic, with strong secondary interests in business organizations law and the judicial administration of justice. Professor Ziegel holds the LSUC's medal of honour and an honourary LL.D. degree from the University of Victoria. He is the author of Case Studies in Recent Canadian Insolvency Reorganizations.
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