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Peer-reviewed journal articles

Akhavan, P., “Complementarity Conundrums: The ICC Clock in Transitional Times” (2016) 14:5 Journal of International Criminal Justice 1043-1059.

Akhavan, P., “Cultural Genocide: Legal Label or Mourning Metaphor?” (2016) 62:1 McGill Law Journal 243-272.

Akhavan, P., “Is Grassroots Justice a Viable Alternative to Impunity? The Case of the Iran People’s Tribunal” (2017) 39:1 Human Rights Quarterly 73-103.

Bates, E., J. Bond and D. Wiseman, “Troubling Signs: Managing Access to Justice in Canada’s Refugee System Reform” (2016) 47:1 Ottawa Law Review 1-72.

Bond, J., “The Defence of Duress in Canadian Refugee Law” (2016) 41:2 Queen’s Law Journal 409-454.

Bond, J., “Unwanted but Unremovable: Canada’s Treatment of ‘Criminal’ Migrants Who Cannot be Removed” (2017) 36:1 Refugee Survey Quarterly 168-188.

Currie, R., “Cross-Border Evidence Gathering in Transnational Criminal Investigation: Is the Microsoft Ireland Case the ‘Next Frontier’?” (2016) 54 Canadian Yearbook of International Law 63-97.

Grignon, J., F. Lafontaine and C. Marquis-Bissonnette, « Omar Khadr : criminel de guerre ? Une analyse d’accusations sans fondements en droit international » (2016) 75 Revue du Barreau du Québec 205-230.

Harrington, J., “The Working Methods of the United Nations Security Council: Maintaining the Implementation of Change” (2017) 66:1 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 39-77.

Harrington, J., “Extradition, Assurances, and Human Rights: Guidance from the Supreme Court of Canada in India v Badesha” (2018) 88 Supreme Court Law Review (2d) (forthcoming).

Harrington, J., “Addressing the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials: Developments and Challenges within the Canadian Legal Landscape” (2018) 56 Canadian Yearbook of International Law (forthcoming).

Lafontaine, F. and F. Bousquet, « Défendre un accusé pendant un procès pour génocide, crimes contre l’humanité et crimes de guerre au Canada : mission impossible ? » (2017) 22:2 Revue canadienne de droit pénal 159-205.

Lafontaine, F., « Le Canada et les criminels de guerre sur son territoire : film de Série B, action absente, mal dirigé, plutôt has-been » (2017) 18 Annuaire français des relations internationales 617-632.

Lafontaine F. and M. Haba, « Juger les plus hauts responsables pour crimes sexuels à la Cour pénale internationale : l’utilité de la responsabilité par omission à la lumière de la décision de la Chambre de première instance dans l’affaire Bemba » (2017), Numéro spécial, Hors-Série, Revue québécoise de droit international 73-100.

Lafontaine, F., « Le dilemme de la poursuite pénale ou de l’expulsion : réflexions sur une justice universelle alternative pour les victimes de crimes internationaux » (2016) 16 Les Cahiers de droit 295-310.

Larocque, F., “Review of Immunities in the Age of Global Constitutionalism” (2016) 53 Annuaire canadien de droit international 639-643.

Larocque, F., “Kazemi ou l’inhumaine immunité de l’État tortionnaire en droit canadien” (2016) 53 Annuaire canadien de droit international 278-327

Mégret, F., “The Laws of War and the Structure of Masculine Power” (2018) 19:1 Melbourne Journal of International Law 200-226.

Mégret, F., “The Strange Case of the Victim Who Did Not Want Justice” (2018) 12:3 International Journal of Transitional Justice 444-463.

Mégret, F., « L’amnistie aux confins des logiques juridiques : imposée, honnie, réclamée ? » (2018) 4 Revue de droit public 1001.

Mégret, F., « Punir les coupables, punir leurs familles ? Le point de vue canadien » (2018) 3 Les cahiers de la justice.

Mégret, F. and C. Swinden, “Returning the ‘Fallen Terrorist’ for Burial in Non-International Armed Conflicts; The Rights of the Deceased, the Obligations of the State, and the Problem of Collective Punishment” (2018) International Review of the Red Cross.

Oosterveld, V., “The Special Court for Sierra Leone: Initial Structural and Procedural Decisions on Sexual and Gender-Based Violence” (2017) 20 Cambrian Law Review 131-150.

Simons, P. and M. Handl, “Relations of Ruling: A Feminist Critique of the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and Violence against Women in the Context of Resource Extraction” 31:1 Canadian Journal of Women and the Law (forthcoming).

Stewart, J. and A. Kiyani, “The Ahistoricism of Legal Pluralism in International Criminal Law” (2017) American Journal of Comparative Law 1-83.

Books (including edited books)

Akhavan, P., In Search of A Better World (Toronto: House of Anansi Press, 2017).

Cullen, H., J. Harrington and C. Renshaw, eds., Experts, Networks and International Law (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017).

Currie, R., S. Coughlan and M. Lawrence, Annual Review of Criminal Law 2017 (Toronto: Thomson Reuters, 2018).

Currie, R., S. Coughlan and M. Lawrence, Annual Review of Criminal Law 2016 (Toronto: Carswell, 2017).

Lafontaine, F. and F. Larocque, eds., Doing Peace the Rights Way: Essays in International Law and Relations in Honour of Louise Arbour (Cambridge: Intersentia) (forthcoming).

Mégret, F. and P. Alston, eds., The United Nations and Human Rights: A Critical Appraisal (Oxford University Press) (forthcoming).

Oosterveld, V. and M. deGuzman, eds., The Elgar Companion to the International Criminal Court (Cheltenham, UK & Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2018) (forthcoming).

Tachou-Sipowo, A., La Cour pénale internationale entre protection des secrets et impératif d’effectivité (Paris : Pedone, 2016).

Wemmers, J., Victimology : A Canadian Perspective (Québec : Presses de l’Université Laval, 2017).

Book chapters

Akhavan, P., “International Criminal Justice in the Context of Failed and Fragile States: Revisiting the ICC Self-Referral Debate” in C. Stahn and M. El Zeidy, eds., The International Court and Complementarity: From Theory to Practice (Cambridge University Press) (forthcoming).

Bond, J., “Private Sponsorship: New Approaches on Refugees” in Dick Messner et al., eds., Global Migration Movements (Routeledge & Springer) (forthcoming).

Currie, R., “Showing Them How It’s Done: Justice Cromwell’s International Law Jurisprudence” in Stephen Aylward & Pam Hrick, eds., Furtherance of Justice: The Judicial Life of Thomas A. Cromwell (Toronto: LexisNexis Canada, 2017) at 359-374.

Kersten, M., “Taking the Opportunity: Prosecutorial Opportunism at the International Criminal Court” inM. deGuzman and V. Oosterveld, eds., The Elgar Companion to the International Criminal Court (Cheltenham, UK & Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2018) (forthcoming).

Lafontaine, F. and S. Gagné, “Complementarity Revisited: National Prosecutions of International Crimes and the Gaps of International Law” in Philipp Kastner, ed., International Criminal Law in Context (London: Routledge, 2017).

Lafontaine, F., « Criminels de guerre au Canada ? La valse-hésitation historique entre poursuites et expulsions » in O. Fitzgerald, et al., eds., Canada in International Law @150: Past, Present and Future (Montréal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2018) at 443-460.

Larocque, F., “Torture, Jurisdiction and Immunity: Theories and Practices in Search of One Another” in A. Orekhelashvili, dir., Research Handbook on the Theory and History of International Law (Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing) (forthcoming).

Mégret, F. and R. Vagliano, “Transitional Justice and Human Rights” in C. Lawther, L. Moffett, and D. Jacobs, eds., Research Handbook on Transitional Justice (Cheltenham, UK & Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2017) at 95-116.

Oosterveld, V., “Canada and the Development of International Criminal Law: What Role for the Future?” in O. Fitzgerald, et al., eds., Canada in International Law @150: Past, Present and Future (Montréal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2018) at 425-442.

Oosterveld, V., “Women and Girls Fleeing Conflict” in V. Türk, A. Edwards and C. Wouters, eds., In Flight from Conflict and Violence: UNHCR’s Consultations on Refugee Status and Other Forms of International Protection (Cambridge University Press, 2017) at 183-214.

Petrasek, D., “Engaging Armed Groups in Conflict Resolution from a Human Rights Perspective” in C.F. Julio and P. Drummond, Human Rights and Conflict Resolution – Bridging the Divides (London: Routledge, 2017) at 160-179.

Petrasek, D., “The UN Security Council and Human Rights” in G. DiGiacomo and S. Kang, eds., The Institutions of Human Rights: Developments and Practices (Toronto: University of Toronto Press) (forthcoming).

Simons, P., “The Value-Added of a Treaty to Regulate Transnational Corporations and Other Business Enterprises: Moving Forward Strategically” in S. Deva and D. Bilchitz, eds., Building a Treaty on Business and Human Rights: Context and Contours (Cambridge University Press, 2017) at 48-78.

Stewart, J., and D. Dam, “Illicit Exploitation of Natural Resources – Art. 28L Bis of the Malabo Protocol” in C. Jalloh and K. Clarke, eds., The African Court of Justice and Human and Peoples’ Rights in Context: Developments and Challenges (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming).

Mégret, F., “What is the ‘Specific Evil’ of Aggression?” in C. Kress and S. Barriga, eds., Aggression, A Commentary (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016) at 1398-1453.

Wemmers, J., “Jo-Anne Wemmers: Justice for Victims” in John Winterdyk, ed., Pioneers in Canadian Criminology and Criminal Justice (Rock’s Mills Press, 2017) at 118-133.

Wemmers, J. and K. Cyr, “Gender and Victims’ Expectations Regarding Their Role in the Criminal Justice System: Towards Victim-Centered Prosecutorial Policies” in H. Kury, S. Redo and E. Shea, eds., Women and Children as Victims and Offenders: Background, Prevention, Reintegration (Springer, 2016) at 233-248.

Conference publications

Simons, P., S. Carrasco and M. Handl, “Access by Corporations and Other Legal Entities to International Human Rights Protections under the United Nations and Regional Human Rights Treaties” (2016) 2nd Annual Business and Human Rights Scholars Conference.

Simons, P., “Unsustainable International Law: Transnational Resource Extraction and Violence against Women”, (2016) Natural Resource Governance, Inequality and Human Rights Colloquium.

Articles in popular media

Bond, J., “It will take more than governments to solve the global refugee crisis” The Globe and Mail, 30 April 2018.

Bond, J., “One year after Alan Kurdi’s death, our work on the refugee crisis is not yet done” Ottawa Citizen, 2 September 2016.

Ghahremani, A., “Canada Should End Immunity for Perpetrators of Torture” The Toronto Star, 25 June 2018.

Ghahremani, A., M. Kersten and F. Lafontaine, « Rohingya : ce que le Canada peut faire dès maintenant » HuffPost (blog), 18 September 2018 and Ghahremani, A., M. Kersten and F. Lafontaine, “What Canada Can Do Now to Bring Justice for the Rohingya” HuffPost (blog), 19 September 2018.

Ghahremani, A., L. Gardner and I. Jacovella Rémillard, “First Week of the Assembly of States Parties to the ICC” Philippe Kirsch Institute Global Justice Journal (blog), 9 December 2017.

Ghahremani, A., L. Gardner and I. Jacovella Rémillard, “Second Week of the Assembly of States Parties to the ICC” Philippe Kirsch Institute Global Justice Journal (blog), 21 December 2017

Imai, S., C. Kamphuis and P. Simons, “Independent Accountability Needed for Canadian Mining Companies Abroad” The Hill Times, 14 March 2017.

Sullivan, E., et al., « Crimes internationaux: le Canada peut et doit faire plus » HuffPost (blog), 22 November 2016.

Reports, briefs and other forms of grey literature

D. Robinson, F. Lafontaine, V. Oosterveld et al., “Amicus Curiae Observations of Professors Robinson, Cryer, deGuzman, Lafontaine, Oosterveld and Stahn in the case of The Prosecutor v. Omar Hassan Ahmad Al-Bashir” ICC-02/05-01/09-362 (18 June 2018).

Lafontaine, F., A. Ghahremani, J. Bond et al., “Amicus Curiae Observations on the ‘Prosecution’s Request for a Ruling on Jurisdiction under Article 19(3) of the Statute’” ICC-RoC46(3)-01/18-23 (18 June 2018).

Larocque, F., “An Inconvenient (But Unavoidable) Doctrine: Reforming the Doctrine of forum non conveniens in Transnational Human Rights Cases Involving Corporate Defendants” in Amnesty International and Business and Human Rights Resource Centre, Creating a Paradigm Shift: Legal Solutions to Improve Access to Remedy for Corporate Human Rights Abuse (2017) at 29-33.

Larocque, F., P. Simons, et al., “Amicus Brief of Canadian International and National Security Law Scholars as Amicus Curiae in support of petitioners, Jesner v Arab Bank, PLC”, Supreme Court of the United States, No. 16-499 (2017).

Viera Velloso, J. and J. Dufresne, « Guide du coopérant sur les crimes de violence sexuelle » Avocats sans Frontières Canada and the Human Rights Research and Education Centre, 2017.

Wemmers, J., “Restorative Justice and Sexual Violence: A Review of the Literature” (Ottawa: Department of Justice Canada, 2016).