Faculty Publications

The Peter A. Allard School of Law is home to an outstanding group of teachers and scholars who are leaders in their fields of research. From human rights and sustainability to Indegenous and family law, our faculty are globally recognized for their groundbreaking work and influential research in numerous areas of law.

Here's a list of the most recent faculty publications:

Wei Cui
“The Legal Maladies of 'Federalism, Chinese-Style'”
in Weitseng Chen, ed., The Beijing Consensus?: How China Has Changed Western Ideas of Law and Economic Development
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017
pp. 97-118

Robert K. Paterson
“Canadian and International Traditional Knowledge and Cultural Expression Systems”
Full text: (2017) 29:2 I.P.J. 191-276

Elizabeth Edinger
“Policy Trumps the Constitution: Chevron v. Yaiguaje
Full text: (2017) 59:1 Can. Bus. L.J. 104-118

Adam S. Chilton & Galit A. Sarfaty
“The Limitations of Supply Chain Disclosure Regimes”
Full text: (2017) 53 Stan J Int'l L 1-54; University of Chicago Coase-Sandor Institute for Law & Economics Research Paper No 766; U of Chicago, Public Law Working Paper No 586.
Allard Research Commons
SSRN Paper

Margot Young & Sophie Bender Johnston
“A Tale of Two Rights: The Right to the City and a Right to Housing”
in Julian Sidoli, Michel Vols & Marvin Kiehl eds., Regulating the City: Contemporary Urban Housing Law
The Hague: Eleven International Publishing, 2016
pp. 11-39

Gary Edmond & Emma Cunliffe
“Cinderella Story? The Social Production of a Forensic 'Science'”
Full text: (2016) 106:2 J Crim L & Criminology 219-273
Allard Research Commons (full-text)

Asha Kaushal
“The Migration Footprint: Sex Equality, Competing Identities, and the Migration Continuum”
Full text: (2016) 12 J.L. & Equality 89-126

Isabel Grant
“The 'Syndromization' of Women's Experience”
in Emma Cunliffe, ed., The Ethics of Expert Evidence
Abingdon: Routledge, 2017
pp. 489-497

Li-Wen Lin
“Behind the Numbers: State Capitalism and Executive Compensation in China ”
Full text: (2016) 12:2 U. Pa. Asian L. Rev. 140-185

Li-Wen Lin
“Reforming China's State-owned Enterprises: From Structure to People”
Full text: (2017) 229 China Quarterly 107-129
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Debra Parkes
“Precedent Revisited: Carter v Canada and the Contemporary Practice of Precedent”
Full text: (2016) 10:1 McGill J.L. & Health S123-S158

Debra Parkes
“Women in Prison: Liberty, Equality, and Thinking Outside the Bars”
Full text: (2016) 12 J.L. & Equality 127-156

Robin Elliot & Michael Elliot
“Taking Rationales Seriously: The Quality of the Legislative Process as a Factor in the Deference Analysis Under Section 1 of the Charter”
(2017) 77 Sup. Ct. L. Rev. (2d) 255-308

Isabel Grant & Janine Benedet
“The Sexual Assault of Older Women: Criminal Justice Responses in Canada ”
Full text: (2016) 62:1 McGill L.J. 41-78

Douglas C. Harris
“Anti-Social Behaviour, Expulsion from Condominium, and the Reconstruction of Ownership”
Full text: (2016) 54:1 Osgoode Hall L.J.53-85
Allard Research Commons
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Nikos Harris & Patricia M. Barkaskas
“Peter A. Allard School of Law Faculty News”
Full text: (2017) 75:1 Advocate 87-89

Benjamin Perrin
Victim Law: The Law of Victims of Crime in Canada
Toronto: Thomson Reuters, 2017

Janis Sarra
“Climate Change - A Case Study/Tipping Point fo Rebalancing Interests in Insolvency Law?”
in Janis P. Sarra, ed. in chief, Annual Review of Insolvency Law 2016
Toronto: Carswell, 2017
pp. 645-677

Janis Sarra
“An Opportune Moment - Retooling the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act to Address Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) Insolvency in Canada”
in Janis P. Sarra, ed. in chief, Annual Review of Insolvency Law 2016
Toronto: Carswell, 2017
pp. 1193-1303

Janis Sarra & Edward Waitzer
“The Oscillating Pendulum: Canada's Sesquincentennial and Finding the Equilibrium for Insolvency Law”
in Janis P. Sarra, ed. in chief, Annual Review of Insolvency Law 2016
Toronto: Carswell, 2017
pp. 9-35

Dia Dabby, Bethany Hastie & Jocelyn Stacey
“Doctoral Studies in Law: From the Inside Out”
Full text: (1991) 14 Dal. L.J. 195-213
Allard Research Commons
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Jocelyn Stacey
“The Environmental Emergency and the Legality of Discretion in Environmental Law”
Full text: (2016) 52:3 Osgoode Hall L.J. 985-1028
Allard Research Commons
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Jocelyn Stacey
“Preventive Justice, the Precautionary Principle and the Rule of Law”
in Tamara Tulich et al., eds., Regulating Preventive Justice: Principle, Policy and Paradox
New York: Routledge, 2016
pp. 23-39
Allard Research Commons
SSRN Paper

James G. Stewart
“The Strangely Familiar History of the Unitary Theory of Perpetration”
in Bruce Ackerman et al eds., Visions of Justice, Essays in Honor of Professor Mirjan Damaška
(Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2016).

Emma Cunliffe
“Independence, Reliability & Expert Testimony in Criminal Trials”
in Emma Cunliffe, ed., The Ethics of Expert Evidence
Abingdon: Routledge, 2017
pp. 169-180

For a full list of faculty publications, visit the Allard School of Law Library Faculty Research Publications Database.