Online Supplement


From February 2008 to March 2010, the Alberta Law Review hosted an Online Supplement meant to complement our traditional publication by providing an opportunity for legal scholars and practitioners to discuss and debate contemporary legal issues of relevance and interest to the legal community. Contributions were meant to take the form of debates, opinion pieces, and case comments.

Below are the contributions that were made to this Online Supplement. 

Disclaimer: The contents and opinions expressed by the authors on this website are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Alberta Law Review. The purpose of the Alberta Law Review Supplement is to support the dissemination of legal information, but no representation is made concerning the accuracy or currency of the information.


Russell Brown, "The Supreme Court of Canada Tackles Claims for Nervous Shock" (28 February 2008)

MARCH 2008

Lewis Klar, "Comment on Mustapha v. Culligan Canada" (2 March 2008)


Cameron Hutchison, "General Introduction Paper Series on Internet Law" (23 August 2008)

Alex Coombes, "Free Information Exchange or Free Riding Profit Taking? Exploring the Effectiveness of Existing Copyright Law in the Context of Online Media" (27 August 2008)


Beverly McLachlin, "Remarks of the Right Honourable Beverly McLachlin, P.C. Chief Justice of Canada to the Faculty of Law, University of Alberta on September 19, 2008" (6 October 2008)

Maurice Dransfeld, "Property Crimes in Virtual Worlds" (22 October 2008)

Dave Ranson, "ADISQ vs. Heri: Can the CRTC Control Internet Radio Content?" (28 October 2008)