About The Canadian Bar Review
College of Law
University of Saskatchewan
The official, bilingual learned legal journal of the CBA, The Canadian Bar Review is published online three times a year. The Review directly meets the educational objective of the CBA. It is frequently cited in the Supreme Court of Canada and boasts an international reputation for quality and excellence.
The Review is published by the Canadian Bar Foundation with the editorial and administrative support of the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan. The editorial offices of the Review are located at the College of Law and the Editor is Professor Beth Bilson. The Associate Editor is Professor Patrice Deslauriers of the Faculty of Law, Université de Montréal.
Online access to the Review is included with CBA membership or by subscription. The soft-cover printed volume produced after the online publication of three issues is available to CBA members on request. Members who wish to order printed books should contact the CBA at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-267-8860.
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The Review has a preference for manuscripts that are less than 10,000 words. Longer manuscripts will be published where the length is justified and space is available. Manuscripts must be submitted as Word documents in English or French and not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.
Manuscripts and correspondence should be e-mailed to Professor Bilson: email@example.com. If necessary, manuscripts can be mailed to Professor Bilson: The Canadian Bar Review, College of Law, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7N 5A6. French manuscripts may be e-mailed to Professor Patrice Deslauriers: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Copyright is reserved jointly to the Review and the author of any text published. Requests for permission to reproduce such text, in whole or in part, should be sent to the author and to the Editor. Except where the material is to be reproduced in and used solely for instruction in an educational institution fees of $250 must be paid to the Canadian Bar Foundation. Credit must be given to the author and the Review.
Matters of style and citation are governed by Review house style and the Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation (7th ed.).
Abstract: Articles, but not Comments, are preceded by a short abstract (less than 100 words) in both English and French drafted by contributors or the editors. The Review will arrange for the translation of abstracts.
Headings: Contributors should avoid excessive use or stacking of headings. Headings should only be used to mark a significant change in content.
Quotations: Contributors should avoid excessive quotation of the work of others. Citing sources, rather than block quoting from them, is sufficient in most instances.
Footnotes: Manuscripts may be submitted with either footnotes or endnotes. Contributors should avoid using footnotes to extend textual discussion.
For more information, or to order, contact the CBA at email@example.com or 1-800-267-8860.