In this Issue
- Volume 66, Number 4, Fall 2016
- Focus: Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, and the Future of Law
The University of Toronto Law Journal has taken a broad and visionary approach to legal scholarship since its beginnings in 1935. Its first editor, Professor WPM Kennedy, hoped that the Journal would foster a knowledge of law “as expressions of organized human life, of ordered progress, and of social justice.” The University of Toronto Law Journal has since established itself as a leading journal for theoretical, interdisciplinary, comparative and other conceptually oriented inquiries into law and law reform. The Journal regularly publishes articles that study law from such perspectives as legal philosophy, law and economics, legal history, criminology, law and literature, and feminist analysis. Global in relevance, international in scope, it publishes work by highly regarded scholars from many countries, including Australia, Israel, Germany, New Zealand, the United States and the United Kingdom.
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Table of Contents
- Law in the future
- pp. 423-428
- Self-driving laws
- pp. 429-442
- Acquisitive prescription and fundamental rights
- pp. 472-512
- Rethinking original ownership
- pp. 513-554
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