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The Governance Gap: Extractive Industries, Human Rights and the Home State Advantage (London: Routledge, 2014) (co-authored with Penelope Simons).

Cases and Materials in Canadian Immigration and Refugee Law, 2nd Edition (Toronto: Emond-Montgomery, forthcoming) (co-authored with Sharry Aiken, Catherine Dauvergne, Donald Galloway).

Canadian Migration Law, 2nd edition, (Leiden: Wolters Kluwer, forthcoming) (co-authored with Sharry Aiken, Colin Grey, Donald Galloway).


“Citizenship Revocation and the Privilege to Have Rights” (2015) 37 Queen’s LJ (forthcoming).

“Charter Right or Charter Lite? Administrative Discretion and the Charter”, (2015) Supreme Court Law Review (forthcoming).

“Multiculturalism Meets Privatisation: The Case of Faith-Based Arbitration”, (2013) 9(3) International Journal of Law in Context 343-365.

"Multiple Citizenship, Identity, and Entitlement in Canada" Institute for Research in Public Policy (co-authored with Francois Crépeau, June 2010, 32 pages. 

"Freeing Migration from the State: Michael Trebilcock's Model for Immigration Policy", (2010) 60(2) University of Toronto Law Journal 315-348.

"Transjudicial Conversations About Security and Human Rights", Centre for European Policy Studies Working Paper, also in Mark Salter ed., Mapping Transatlantic Security Relations: The EU, Canada and the War on Terror, (London: Routledge, 2010),  212-235..

"Legal Aspects of Conflict Induced Migration by Women", (2008) 16 Reproductive Health Matters, 22-32; revised and republished in in Susan Martin and John Tirman eds., Women, Migration and Conflict: Breaking a Deadly Circle (New York: Springer, 2009), 23-45.

"From Cooperation, to Complicity, to Compensation: The War on Terror, Extraordinary Rendition, and the Cost of Torture", [PDF] (2008) 10(1) European Journal of Migration and Law, 11-30.

"Who is the Citizen's Other? Considering the Heft of Citizenship" (2007) 8 Theoretical Inquiries in Law, 476-508 (also co-editor of Special Issue).

"Separation or Permeability?" (with D. Hoerder) (2006) 61 International Journal 793-812.

"Privatisation, Culture and Gender: The Case of Islamic Family Law Arbitration in Ontario" Diversity (Fall 2005) 12.

"Disappearing Refugees" (2005) 36 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 101-161. 

"Introduction" (2004) 3 U of T Journal of Law & Equality 1-6 (symposium issue on migration, citizenship and equality).

"Dancing Across Borders: Exotic Dancers, Trafficking and Immigration Policy" (2003) 37(1) International Migration Review 464-500.

Revised and reprinted as "At the Border of Rights: Migration, Sex-Work and Trafficking" in N. Gordon, ed., On the Margins of Globalization: Critical Perspectives on Human Rights (Lanham: Lexington Books: 2004) 161-191. 

"Our Sisters from Stable Countries: Globalization, Gender and Accountability" (2003) 10 Social Politics 256-283.

"Dancing Across Borders: Exotic Dancers, Trafficking and Immigration Policy" [PDF] (2003) 37(1) International Migration Review 464-500.

"Mr. Suresh and the Evil Twin" [PDF] (2002) 20(4) Refuge 15-22.

"New Directions for Refugee Policy: Of Curtains, Doors and Locks" (Guest Editor Introduction) (2001) 19(4) Refuge 1-4.

"Women as Migrants: Members in National and Global Communities" (1999) 19 Canadian Woman Studies 24; The Impact of International Law on the Practice of Law in Canada (The Hague, Netherlands: Kluwer Law International, 1999) 80-93.

"Cross-Border Shopping for Ideas" (1998) 13 Georgetown Immigration Law Journal 25-71.

"Gender Persecution in Armed Conflict: Refugee and Displaced Women" EGM/GBP/1997/EP.9 (United Nations, 1998).

"Whose Culture? What Difference?" Speaking About Rights, Vol. XIII No. 1 / 1998, 12.

"Report on Immigration and Refugee Law" Report of the Ontario Legal Aid Review: A Blueprint for Publicly Funded Legal Services (Toronto: Government of Ontario, 1997) 969-1016.

"Refugee Women and the Imperative of Categories" [PDF] (1995) 17 Human Rights Quarterly

Winner, 1995 Canadian Association of Law Teachers Scholarly Paper Award; reviewed, (1995) 14 UNHCR Refugee Survey Quarterly 279).

"Ward v. Canada: A Review Essay" (1994) 6 International Journal of Refugee Law 362-381.

Cited with approval by La Forest J. (diss.) in Chan v. Canada (MEI), [1995] 3 SCR 593; Gummow J. in Applicant A & Anor v. Minister for Immigration and Ethnic Affairs & Anor, High Court of Australia, 24 February 1997.

"Law Reform Error: Retry or Abort?" (1993) 42 Dalhousie Law Journal 395-415.

"Foreign Domestic Worker: Surrogate Housewife or Mail Order Servant?" (1992) 37 McGill Law Journal 681-760.

"Child Care Expenses and the Charter: Where Sex Meets Class" (1992) 5 Canadian Journal of Women & Law 498-516.

Cited with approval by both majority and dissenting judges in Symes v. Ministry of National Revenue, [1993] 4 SCR 695.

No Duty to Retreat (Book Review) (1993) 4 Criminal Law Forum 177-186.

"Canadian Immigration Policy Toward Asians from Confederation to 1922: Lessons From the Past" unpublished manuscript, 1987.

"Bound to Freedom: The Ulysses Contract and the Psychiatric Will" (1987) 45 University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review 37-80.

Book Chapters

“Stuck at the Border”, in Craig Forcese and François Crépeau, eds., Terrorism, Law and Democracy: 10 Years After 9/11 (Montreal: Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice, 2012), 261-306.

“The Rule of Law, the Force of Law, and the Rule of Force”, Janice Williamson, Ed., Omar Khadr, Oh Canada(Montreal: McGill Queens University Press, 2012) 222-246.

“Multiculturalism Meets Privatisation: The Case of Faith-Based Arbitration”, in Anna Korteweg and Jennifer Selby, eds., Debating Sharia: Islam, Gender Politics and Family Law Arbitration (Toronto: U of T Press, 2012), 91-122.

“Back to the Future: Standard of Review” in Colleen Flood and Lorne Sossin, Administrative Law in Context (2nd edition) (Toronto: Emond-Montgomery, 2012), 279-321.); substantially revised chapter.

"Narratives of Arrival, Narratives of Exclusion", in Rebecca Johnson, Hester Lessard, Jeremy Webber eds., Storied Communities (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2010) 40-67.

"Transjudicial Conversations about Security and Human Rights", in Mark Salter, ed., Mapping Transatlantic Security Relations: The EU, Canada and the War on Terror, (London: Routledge, 2010),  212-235.

"Asylum and the Rule of Law in Canada", in Susan Kneebone, ed., Refugees, Asylum Seekers and the Rule of Law (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009), 78-121.  

"Refugee Roulette in the Canadian Casino", in Jaya Ramji-Nogales, Andrew I. Schoenholtz and Philip G. Schrag, eds., Refugee Roulette (New York: NYU Press, 2009), 135-163.

« Souveraineté et autonomie : une nécessaire reconceptualisation de la frontière », in François Crépeau, Delphine Nakache, Idil Atak, eds., La dynamique complexe des migrations internationales, (Montréal : Presses de l’Université de Montréal, 2009), 124-140.  

"Particularized Citizenship" in S. Benhabib and J. Resnik, eds., Migrations and Mobilities: Gender, Citizenship, and Borders (New York: New York University Press, 2008) 276-303.

"The Securitization of Dual Citizenship" in T. Faist, ed., From Unitary to Multiple Citizenship (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007).

"Exile on Main Street: Popular Discourse and Legal Manoeuvres Around Citizenship" in Law Commission of Canada, ed., Law and Citizenship (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2006) 22-54.

"The Double-Edged Sword: Using the Criminal Law Against Female Genital Mutilation in Canada" in R. Abusharaf, ed., Female Genital Mutilation: Multicultural Perspectives  (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2006) 207-223.

"Can We Do Wrong to Strangers?" in D. Dyzenhaus and M. Moran, eds., Calling Power to Account: Law Reparations, and the Chinese Canadian Head Tax Case (Toronto, U of T Press, 2005) 60-91.

"The State of Law's Borders and the Law of States' Borders" in D. Dyzenhaus, ed., The Unity of Public Law (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2004).

"Like Oil and Water, with a Match: Militarized Commerce, Armed Conflict and Human Security in Sudan", in W. Giles and J. Hyndman, Sites of Violence: Gender and Conflict Zones (University of California Press, 2004), 75-107.

"The Value(s) of the Canada-US Safe Third Country Agreement" Caledon Institute Occasional Papers (December 2003).

"The Language of Membership: Canada and Austria Compared" U. Mathis-Moser et al., eds., Canadiana Oenipontana VI (Innsbruck: University of Innsbruck Press, 2003).

"Borderline Security" in R. Daniels et al., eds., The Security of Freedom: Essays on Canada’s Anti-Terrorism Bill (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2001) 383-405. 

Excerpted, Montreal Gazette and Ottawa Citizen

"Like Oil and Water – and a Match: Militarized Commerce, Human Security and Women in Southern Sudan" in W. Giles and J. Hyndman, eds., Sites of Violence: Gender and Conflict Zones (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2004).

"Public Entrance, Private Member: Privatisation, Immigration Law and Women" [PDF] in J. Fudge and B. Cossman, eds., Privatisation, Feminism and Law (Toronto: U of T Press, 2002).

"Looking at Law Through the Lens of Culture: A Provocative Case" in W. Chan and K. Mirchandani, eds., Crimes of Colour: Racialization and the Criminal Justice System in Canada (Toronto: Broadview Press, 2001). 

"Truth and Consequences: Credibility in Refugee Determination" International Association of Refugee Law Judges, eds., Realities of Refugee Determination on the Eve of a New Millennium (Haarlem: IARLJ 1999).

"Comparative Approaches to Gender-Based Persecution in Canada, Australia and the United States" in D. Indra, ed., Engendering Forced Migration (Providence: Berghahn Books, 1999), 272-307. 

"Opening the Door to Women Refugees: A First Crack" in W. Giles, H. Moussa, P. Van Esterik, eds., Development and Diaspora (Dundas: Artemis Enterprises, 1996) 118-142.
"On the Inside Looking In: Foreign Domestic Workers in Canada" in W. Giles & S. Arat-Koc, eds., Maid in the Market: Women's Paid Domestic Labour (Toronto: Fernwood Press, 1994) Chapter 1.


"Deconstructing Engagement: Corporate Self-Regulation in Conflict Zones – Implications for Human Rights and Canadian Public Policy (co-author). Report funded by Social Sciences Humanities Research Council and Law Commission of Canada, January 2003 (book contract with Routledge Press).

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