Law Publications

 

Research in Law Publications examines business and international law from a global perspective, with a focus on gender and aboriginal equity, activism and copyright. This research has an impact not just on other scholars, but also on domestic and international policy, business, health, government, and civil litigation.

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Submissions from 2017

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Abductive Reasoning in WTO Law, Chios Carmody

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Obligations versus Rights: Substantive Difference between WTO and International Investment Law, Chios Carmody

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Great Expectations: the Treatment of Expectations in WTO and International Investment Law, Chios Carmody and Chios Carmody

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Indigenous Legal Orders in Canada - a literature review, Michael Coyle

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The Internet of Things: Implications for Consumer Privacy under Canadian Law, Samuel E. Trosow, Lindsay Taylor, and Alexandrina Hanam

Submissions from 2016

Interdependence and the WTO Agreement as a "Contractual Constitution", Chios Carmody

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Theory and Theoretical Approaches to WTO Law, Chios Carmody

The Contributions of the ECCC on Sexual and Gender-Based Violence, Valerie Oosterveld

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Submission to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada: Consultation on Consent and Privacy, Samuel E. Trosow, Scott Tremblay, and Daniel Weiss

Submissions from 2015

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Evaluating transitional justice: accountability and peacebuilding in post-conflict Sierra Leone, Valerie Oosterveld

Canadian Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law: Cases, Texts and Materials, 3rd ed (Toronto: Emond Montgomery, 2015), Thomas G. W. Telfer, Anthony Duggan, Stephanie Ben-Ishai, Janis Sarra, and Roderick Wood

Submissions from 2014

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Gendering Processes of Institutional Design: Activists at the Negotiating Table, Sheila Meintjes, Alice Brown, and Valerie Oosterveld

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Constructive Ambiguity and the Meaning of “Gender” for the International Criminal Court, Valerie Oosterveld

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International Law: Doctrine, Practice and Theory, Valerie Oosterveld

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Procedural Steps Addressing Sexual and Gender-based Violence: the Legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and its Application in the Special Court for Sierra Leone, Valerie Oosterveld

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Sexual Violence Directed Against Men and Boys in Armed Conflict or Mass Atrocity: Addressing a Gendered Harm in International Criminal Tribunals, Valerie Oosterveld

Sexual violence in conflict and post-conflict societies: international agendas and African contexts, Valerie Oosterveld

The Sierra Leone Special Court and its legacy: the impact for Africa and international criminal law, Valerie Oosterveld

Ruin and Redemption: The Struggle for a Canadian Bankruptcy Act, 1867-1919. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, Osgoode Society of Canadian Legal History, 2014, Thomas G. W. Telfer

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Copyright Users' Rights in International Law, Margaret Ann Wilkinson

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The Confidentiality of Seclusion: Studying Information Flows to Test Intellectual Property Paradigms, Margaret Ann Wilkinson

Submissions from 2013

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The Influence of domestic Legal Traditions on the Gender Jurisprudence of International Criminal Tribunals, Valerie Oosterveld

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The Context of the Supreme Court's Copyright Cases, Margaret Ann Wilkinson

Canadian Intellectual Property Law: Cases and Materials, Margaret Ann Wilkinson, Gregory Hagan, Cameron Hutchison, David Lametti, Graham Reynolds, and Teresa Scassa

Submissions from 2012

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Contextual Investigation and Prosecution of Sexual Violence Crimes, Valerie Oosterveld