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University of Toronto Law Journal



The statistics shown below contain data since 1 November 2018.
Basic Information

Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Founded in: 1935
URL: https://www.utpjournals.press/loi/utlj
Rank:
• Rank 86/150 in Law (Web of Science 2017)
Category: Law

Authors per paper:
     Average: 1.2
     Median: 1
References per paper:
     (Unfortunately, this journal does not provide open references)
Altmetric Attention Score per paper:
     Average: 4.9
     Median: 8

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Latest papers

Same-Sex Marriage Beyond Charter Dialogue: Charter Cases and Contestation Within Government
University of Toronto Law Journal 2019-03-07

Slow or spectacular death: Reconsidering the legal history of blockade and submarines in World War I
University of Toronto Law Journal 2019-03-07

Reconstituting Canada: The enfranchisement and disenfranchisement of ‘Indians,’ circa 1837–1900
University of Toronto Law Journal 2019-03-07

The problem of the past: How historic wrongs became legal problems
University of Toronto Law Journal 2019-03-07

Voicing the market: Extending the ambition of contract theory
University of Toronto Law Journal 2019-01-08

Dunsmuir’s Disconnect
University of Toronto Law Journal 2019-01-02

Dunsmuir focus feature: Introduction
University of Toronto Law Journal 2019-01-02

How the prison is a black box in punishment theory
University of Toronto Law Journal 2019-01-02

Group RESPs: The intersection of government support for education savings and securities regulation
University of Toronto Law Journal 2019-01-02

Constructing the global constitutional cannon: Between authority and criticism
University of Toronto Law Journal 2018-12-21

The hydraulics of constitutional claims: Multiplicity of actors in constitutional interpretation
University of Toronto Law Journal 2018-12-21

The power to consent: Indigenous peoples, states, and development projects
University of Toronto Law Journal 2018-12-14

Institutional bypasses in Brazil’s New Unionism movement: Central unions and workers’ committees
University of Toronto Law Journal 2018-12-14

A house divided: The Supreme Court of Canada’s recent jurisprudence on the standard of review
University of Toronto Law Journal 2018-11-22

The legitimacy of civil freedom
University of Toronto Law Journal 2018-11-22

Cited Half-Life

Cited publication years:

Cited median publication year:
2009