CBA Publications

  • December 11, 2015

The all new Canadian Bar Review

Exciting changes are in the works for the Canadian Bar Review, the CBA’s respected legal journal.

Personnel changes have been made, with the hiring of Mariane Gravelle as Canadian Bar Review Publication Officer at the CBA national office in Ottawa in October. On Dec. 1, the CBA appointed Christopher Waters and David Tanovich of the University of Windsor as new English co-editors, replacing long-serving editor-in-chief Beth Bilson, Q.C., of the University of Saskatchewan, who will be retiring at the end of the year. Between them, professors Tanovich and Waters have a wealth of experience in academia and legal practice, have complimentary areas of expertise in public and private law, and a keen interest in collaborating with the CBA to ensure the Review is at the forefront of accessibility and innovation in legal academic publishing. Patrice Deslauriers at the Université de Montréal continues to edit French content as Associate Editor.

Stay tuned for more information on the Review and its initiatives – including a spring workshop in partnership with the CBA Legal Futures Initiative on legal education.

Fundamentals of Canadian Competition Law

Online access to the third edition of Fundamentals of Canadian Competition Law is now available free to CBA members. Members and non-members can also purchase print copies. Jointly published by the CBA Competition Law Section and Carswell, and edited by past Competition Law Section Chair James Musgrove, the publication helps the non-specialist understand the basic issues in Canadian competition law and explains complex issues for those with an interest in a particular area of competition law.

CBA members can access the publication online through our searchable database or order a print copy from the Carswell store.

The Canadian Competition Law Review:  Same great content, brand new look

The fall edition of the Canadian Competition Law Review is now available in print and online. Featuring a shiny new look, the latest volume focuses on bid-rigging, the latest developments in competition law, implications of the SCC’s Tervita decision on the efficiency defence, and more.

The Review is published twice a year by the CBA’s Competition Law Section.

Please contact for more information on our publishing procedures and policies, or to submit articles.

Canadian International Lawyer Journal

The Canadian International Lawyer Journal Volume 10, No. 2, is now available!

As a member of the CBA, you can access the journal using your last name and CBA ID. Go to the CIL page and click “online” link to access the search page.

The Journal is currently accepting submissions for all sections for its 2016 issues. Instructions to authors can be found online.