THE ADVOCATE 411
VOL. 77 PART 3 MAY 2019
By Bradford W. Morse*
Once again, members of the TRU Faculty of Law have been very active in
publishing their research in a broad range of outlets and sharing it through
various conferences in Canada and abroad.
The latest recent book is by our newest professor, Dr. Robert Chambers.
His fourth edition of An Introduction to Property Law in Australia was published
earlier this year by Thomson Reuters in Sydney, Australia.
Another new book is co-edited by TRU Law’s associate dean, Dr. Seán
Donlan, with Vernon Palmer. It is entitled Legal Traditions in Louisiana and
the Floridas, 1763–1848 (Talbot, 2019). Dr. Donlan has also recently published
a chapter entitled “Comparative? Legal? History? Crossing Boundaries”
in Olivier Moréteau, Aniceto Masferrer & Kjell A. Modéer, eds.,
Comparative Legal History (Elgar, 2019).
Dr. Robert Diab has recently published an article entitled “Does the State
Have a Compelling Interest in Searching Device Data at the Border? Emerging
Approaches to Reasonable Search in Canada and the United States” in
the Oxford University Comparative Law Forum.
In February 2019, Assistant Professor Samuel Singer presented a paper
entitled “Charity Law Reform in Canada: Moving from Patchwork to Substantive
Reform” at the Re-Imagining Tax Policy for the 21st Century:
Inspired by Tim Edgar’s Scholarship Conference co-sponsored by the University
of Toronto and Osgoode Hall Law School. Professor Singer is a coapplicant
on a Connection Grant led by Professor Robert Leckey, McGill
Law’s dean, which has been recently funded by the Social Sciences and
Humanities Research Council of Canada, to pursue a project entitled “On
* Bradford W. Morse is the dean of TRU Law.