Ian Lee
Associate Professor, Associate Dean (J.D. Program)

Falconer Hall
84 Queen's Park
Toronto, Ontario M5S 2C5   

Tel.: 416-946-8232

Research interests
Business Corporations
Canadian Constitutional Law
Charter of Rights
Comparative Constitutional Law

Ian B. Lee clerked with Justice Claire L'Heureux-Dubé of the Supreme Court of Canada and Justice Mark MacGuigan of the Federal Court of Appeal, and later served as a legal researcher with the Privy Council Office. He practised with Sullivan & Cromwell LLP in Paris, France, and New York, New York, before joining the Faculty of Law in 2003. His teaching and research interests are in the areas of constitutional law, corporate law and European Union law. Professor Lee is admitted to practice in Ontario and New York.

Education
B.Com. - University of Toronto (1991)
LL.B. - University of Toronto (1994)
LL.M. - Harvard Law School (1998)
Selected Publications

"Corporate Criminal Responsibility as Team-member Responsibility," forthcoming in the Oxford Journal of Legal Studies. Full text available from Oxford Journals.

"Balancing and its Alternatives: Jurisprudential Choice, Federal Securities Legislation and the Trade and Commerce Power," (2011) 50 Canadian Business Law Journal 72-105.  Pre-print available here.

“Citizenship and the Corporation”  (2009) 34 Law & Social Inquiry 129-168. Full-text preprint available here.

"Can Economics Justify the Constitutional Guarantee of Freedom of Expression?" (2008) 21 Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence 355-97. Full text available here.

"Implications of Sen's Concept of Commitment for the Economic Understanding of the Corporation" (2008) 21 Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence 97.  Full text available here.