Includes works of current faculty of the Peter A. Allard School of Law.


Submissions from 2017

Registering Interests: Modern Methods of Valuing Labor, Land, and Life, Brenna Bhandar

Representing Palestinian Dispossession: Land, Property, and Photography in the Settler Colony, Brenna Bhandar and Alberto Toscano

Are All Charter Rights and Freedoms Really Non-Absolute?, Brian Bird

Local Engagement With International Economic Law and Human Rights, Ljiljana Biuković and Pitman B. Potter


Transparency Evolution: More than the Right to Know, Ljiljana Biuković and Pitman B. Potter


Looking Back, Looking Forward: Feminist Legal Scholarship in SLS, Susan B. Boyd and Debra Parkes

Jurisprudential Basis for the New Constitutional Order of Hong Kong: Separation of Powers or Delegation of Powers, Jie Cheng

Why Late Qing Constitutional Reform Failed: An Examination from the Comparative Institutional Perspective, Jie Cheng


The Limitations of Supply Chain Disclosure Regimes, Adam S. Chilton and Galit A. Sarfaty

An Academic Viewpoint on Some Fundamental Aspects of the BEPS Project, Wei Cui


Destination-Based Cash-Flow Taxation: A Critical Appraisal, Wei Cui


Does Judicial Independence Matter? A Study of the Determinants of Administrative Litigation in an Authoritarian Regime, Wei Cui


Minimalism about Residence and Source, Wei Cui


Taxation of Non-Residents' Capital Gains, Wei Cui

Taxation of Non-Residents' Capital Gains, Wei Cui


Taxation without Information: The Institutional Foundations of Modern Tax Collection, Wei Cui


The Selection of Litigation against Government Agencies: Evidence from China, Wei Cui and Zhiyuan Wang


Freedom of Expression, Academic Freedom, and Equality: Seven Institutional Responsibilities, Emma Cunliffe


Henry v. British Columbia: Still Seeking a Just Approach to Damages for Wrongful Conviction, Emma Cunliffe

Independence, Reliability & Expert Testimony in Criminal Trials, Emma Cunliffe

The Ethics of Expert Evidence, Emma Cunliffe

Reviewing Wrongful Convictions in Canada, Emma Cunliffe and Gary Edmond

What Have We Learned? Lessons from Wrongful Convictions in Canada, Emma Cunliffe and Gary Edmond


Canada: Limitation on the Elimination of Double Taxation Under the Canada-Brazil Income Tax Treaty, David G. Duff


Reimagining Toronto's Community Councils, Alexandra Flynn

The Properties of Planning: An Evolving Landscape, Alexandra Flynn and Donald Letters


Flexible Regulation Scholarship Blossoms and Diversifies: 1980-2012, Cristie Ford

Innovation and the State: Finance, Regulation, and Justice, Cristie Ford

Peter A. Allard School of Law Faculty News, Cristie Ford

Plus ca Change, Cristie Ford


Sedimentary Innovation: How Regulation Should Respond to Incremental Change, Cristie Ford

Principle or Pragmatism? Charting a New Direction for the Exclusion of Evidence Under Section 24(2), Benjamin J. Goold


The Use and Abuse of Mutual Support Programs in Drug Courts, Sara Gordon

Sentencing for Intimate Partner Violence in Canada: Has s. 718.2(a)(ii) Made a Difference?, Isabel Grant

The 'Syndromization' of Women's Experience, Isabel Grant

Capacity to Consent and Intoxicated Complainants in Sexual Assault Prosecutions, Isabel Grant and Janine Benedet


Intersecting Challenges: Mothers and Child Protection Law in BC, Isabel Grant, Judith Mosoff, Susan B. Boyd, and Ruben Lindy


Equality and the Defence of Provocation: Irreconcilable Differences, Isabel Grant and Debra Parkes


Owning and Dissolving Strata Property, Douglas C. Harris


Property and Sovereignty: An Indian Reserve and a Canadian City, Douglas C. Harris


Property in the City: Special Edition Introduction, Douglas C. Harris and Graham Reynolds

R. v. Seruhungo: The Supreme Court of Canada 'Substantially' Affirms a Powerful Tool to Protect Against Wrongful Convictions Caused by Vetrovec Witnesses, Nikos Harris

Peter A. Allard School of Law Faculty News, Nikos Harris and Patricia M. Barkaskas

Reflexions sur les contours flous des limites entre travail domestique et servitude, Bethany Hastie


The Inaccessibility Of Justice For Migrant Workers: A Capabilities-Based Perspective, Bethany Hastie

Contract, Trust, and Corporation: From Contrast to Convergence, Adam S. Hofri-Winogradow

The Demand for Fiduciary Services: Evidence from the Market in Private Donative Trusts, Adam S. Hofri-Winogradow

Trust Jurisdiction Clauses: Their Proper Ambit, Adam S. Hofri-Winogradow


Law and Economics Scholarship and Supreme Court Antitrust Jurisprudence, 1950–2010, Camden Hutchison


Progressive Era Conceptions Of The Corporation And The Failure Of The Federal Chartering Movement, Camden Hutchison

How Ontario Could Lead the World in Sovereign Debt Restructuring, Mark Jewett and Maziar Peihani

Constituent Power: Political Unity and Constitutional Plurality, Asha Kaushal

A Modest Case for Constitutional Limits on Electoral Reform in Canada, Hoi Kong

The Federalism Implications of the Assisted Human Reproduction Act Reference, Hoi Kong

The Spending Power in Canada, Hoi Kong

Two Conundrums of Canadian Administrative Law and a Theoretical Turn, Hoi Kong

Deliberative Democracy and Digital Urban Design in a Canadian City: The Case of the McGill Online Design Studio, Hoi Kong, Nik Luka, Jaimie Cudmore, and Andrea Dumas

Do Human Rights Impede Effective Counterterrorism?, Liora Lazarus

El terrorismo y la inseguridad de los derechos humanos, Liora Lazarus

Human Rights and Counterterrorism, Liora Lazarus

The Right to Security, Liora Lazarus

The Right to Effective Counsel and Guilty Pleas in Criminal Courts (A Comparative Report Prepared for Reprieve), Liora Lazarus and et al.


Aesthetics in Negotiation: Part Two: The Uses of Alchemy, Michelle Lebaron and Nadja Marie Alexander


Resistance, Resonance and Restoration: How Generative Stories Shape Organisational Futures, Michelle Lebaron and Nadja Marie Alexander

Introduction: Fusion and Creation, Ron Levy and Hoi Kong

The Cambridge Handbook of Deliberative Constitutionalism, Ron Levy, Hoi Kong, Graeme Orr, and Jeff King


A Critical Canadian Perspective on the Benefit Corporation, Carol Liao

The Changing Face of the Non-Profit Sector: Social Enterprise Legislation in British Columbia, Carol Liao

A Network Anatomy of Chinese State-Owned Enterprises, Li-Wen Lin


Behind the Numbers: State Capitalism and Executive Compensation in China, Li-Wen Lin

Reforming China's State-owned Enterprises: From Structure to People, Li-Wen Lin

Administering the Charter, Proportioning Justice: Thirty-five Years of Development in a Nutshell, Mary Liston

Expanding the Parameters of Participatory Public Law: A Democratic Right to Public Participation and the State's Duty of Public Consultation, Mary Liston

The Evolution of the Rule of Law in Canada: Canadian Rule of Law: Past, Present, Future, Mary Liston

Halsbury's Laws of Canada: Personal Property and Secured Transactions, Bruce MacDougall

Never Had a Choice and Have No Power to Alter': Illegitimate Children and the Supreme Court of Japan, Shigenori Matsui


R. v. Safarzadeh-Markhali: Elements and Implications of the Supreme Court's New Rigorous Approach to Construction of Statutory Purpose, Marcus Moore


Solitary Confinement, Prisoner Litigation, and the Possibility of a Prison Abolitionist Lawyering Ethic, Debra Parkes

Book Review of Resolution and Insolvency of Banks and Financial Institutions, Maziar Peihani

Disclosure of Climate-Related Financial Information: Time for Canada to Act, Maziar Peihani

Financial Regulation and Disruptive Technologies: The Case of Cloud Computing in Singapore, Maziar Peihani

From Kadi to Bank Mellat: Iran Sanctions and the Revival of the Due Process Dilemma, Maziar Peihani

The Model Law Approach: How Ontario Could Lead the World in Providing Certainty and Fairness in Sovereign Debt Restructuring, Maziar Peihani and Kim Jensen

Victim Law: The Law of Victims of Crime in Canada, Benjamin Perrin

Le Don en Famille, Alexandra Popovici and Régine Tremblay


Moving Past Michelin: Towards Judicial Reconsideration of the Intersection of Copyright and the Charter Right to Freedom of Expression, Graham Reynolds

Locating Worker Power in a Changing Bargaining Scenario, Supriya Routh


Illicit Exploitation of Natural Resources - Art. 28L Bis of the Malabo Protocol, James G. Stewart and Daniëlla Dam


The Ahistoricism of Legal Pluralism in International Criminal Law, James G. Stewart and Asad Kiyani

Opening the Ranks of Constitutional Subjects: Immigration, Identity, and Innovation in Italy and Canada, Francesca Strumia and Asha Kaushal

Flying Between the Lines: Drone Laws and the (Re)Production of Public Spaces, Kristen Thomasen

Reflections of Canada: Illuminating Our Opportunities and Challenges at 150+ Years, Phillipe Tortell, Margot Young, and Peter Nemetz

D'un ocean l'autre..." Recension de L 'essentiel du droit de la famille dans les provinces et territoires de common law au Canada de Nicole Laviolette et Julie Audet, Régine Tremblay

Submissions from 2016

Commentary on Obergefell v. Hodges, Erez Aloni


Pluralizing the 'Sharing' Economy, Erez Aloni


The Puzzle of Family Law Pluralism, Erez Aloni

Prayer for Relief: Saguenay and State Neutrality toward Religion in Canada, Ravi Amarnath and Brian Bird


Bordering the Constitution, Constituting the Border, Efrat Arbel

Don't Tell Me What the Papers Say: PJS v News Group Newspapers Ltd, Samuel Beswick

Critical Legal Studies and the Politics of Property, Brenna Bhandar