Markus Dubber

Faculty of Law
78 Queen's Park
Toronto, Ontario M5S 2C5

Tel.: 416-946-5455

Markus D. Dubber, B.A. (Harvard) 1988, J.D. (Stanford) 1991, is Professor of Law at the University of Toronto. Much of Markus's scholarship has focused on theoretical, comparative, and historical aspects of criminal law. He has published, as author or editor, eighteen books as well as over seventy papers; his work has appeared in English and German, and has been translated into Arabic, Chinese, Italian, Korean, Persian, and Spanish. His publications include Criminal Law: A Comparative Approach (with Tatjana Hörnle) (2014); Oxford Handbook of Criminal Law (with Tatjana Hörnle) (2014); Foundational Texts in Modern Criminal Law (2014); The New Police Science: The Police Power in Domestic and International Governance (with Mariana Valverde) (2006); The Police Power: Patriarchy and the Foundations of American Government (2005); and Victims in the War on Crime (2002). For many years, Markus taught at SUNY Buffalo, where he launched the Buffalo Criminal Law Center and the Buffalo Criminal Law Review (now New Criminal Law Review). He is founding editor-in-chief of Oxford Handbooks Online (Law), Critical Perspectives on Law and Crime (Stanford), and the online open-access journal Critical Analysis of Law (with Simon Stern). These days he spends much of his time at the CAL Lab. Current projects include, against the advice of his personal physician, two additional handbooks (on legal history) for Oxford University Press.


Projects & Resources

     CAL Lab: Critical Analysis of Law @ UofT
     CAL: An International & Interdisciplinary Law Review
CAL for Students: A Tool Kit & Read-in Group
CAL Flix: Student View-ins

Criminal Law
     Criminal Law: A Comparative Approach
     Foundational Texts in Modern Criminal Law (+ companion website)
     An Introduction to the Model Penal Code 
     Oxford Handbook of Criminal Law   
     Criminal Law Web: Canadian Criminal Law in Context
     Criminal Law @ UofT
     Criminal Law LLM Program     
     Criminal Law Sciences Club
     The Dual Penal State (PiPP)
     Law @ UofT: Law as a Great University Subject 
     Infinite Summer @ UofT Law

Course Materials

Criminal Law
Administrative Law
     Points of Power
Critical Perspectives on Law
Legal Process
     Annotated Outline & Syllabus


Other info
Selected Publications

In Progress
Books etc.
Articles etc.
CAL minifesto
     New Legal Science