Z Sinel & A. Schuurman, "Matter over Mind: Tort Law's Treatment of Emotional Injury" in Barker, Fairweather, & Grantham, eds, Private Law in the 21st Century (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2017).
Z Sinel, "De-Ciphering Self-Help" (2017) University of Toronto Law Journal 31.
Erika Chamberlain, “Snooping: How Should Damages be Assessed for Harmless Breaches of Privacy?” in Barker, Fairweather & Grantham, eds, Private Law in the 21st Century (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2017).
JW Neyers and Andrew Botterell, “Tate & Lyle: Pure Economic Loss and the Modern Tort of Public Nuisance” (2016) 53:4 Alberta Law Review 1031.
Erika Chamberlain, “To Serve and Protect Whom? Proximity in Cases of Police Failure to Protect” (2016) 53:4 Alberta Law Review 977.
Erika Chamberlain, Misfeasance in a Public Office (Toronto: Carswell/Thomson Reuters, 2016).
Erika Chamberlain, “When Unlawfulness Becomes Tortious: Misfeasance in a Public Office and Administrative Law” (2015) 44 Advocates’ Quarterly 489.
Andrew Botterell, “Rights, Loss and Compensation in the Law of Torts” (2015) 69 SCLR (2d) 135.
Robert Solomon, Mitchell McInnes, Erika Chamberlain and Stephen Pitel, Cases and Materials on the Law of Torts, 9th ed (Toronto: Carswell, 2015).
Zoë Sinel, “Is Personal Injury Law Personal?” (2013) 6:1-2 Journal of Tort Law 145.
Erika Chamberlain, “Classifying Tort Law Defences: (Why) Does it Matter?” (book review of James Goudkamp, Tort Law Defences, Hart Publishing, 2013) (2015) 56:2 Canadian Business Law Journal 314-23.
Erika Chamberlain, “Denial of (De)Mutual Benefits: Case Note on Mandeville v The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company” (2015) 16:2 Business Law International 169-176.
Erika Chamberlain, “Fiduciary Aspects of Misfeasance in a Public Office” (2014) 39:2 Queen’s LJ 733.
Professors Stephen Pitel, Jason Neyers & Erika Chamberlain, eds, Tort Law: Challenging Orthodoxy (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2013).
Stephen GA Pitel & Jesse Harper, “Choice of Law for Tort in Canada: Reasons for Change” (2013) 9 JPIL 289
Erika Chamberlain, “Lord Buckmaster: The Reluctant Villain in Donoghue v Stevenson”  3 Juridical Review 245.
Gerald Fridman, QC, Introduction to the Canadian Law of Torts, 3d ed (Markham: LexisNexis, 2012).
Jason Neyers, "Causing Loss by Unlawful Means: Should the High Court of Australia follow OBG Ltd v Allan?" in J Edelman & S Degeling, eds, Torts in Commerical Law (Sydney: Thomson Reuters, 2012).
Erika Chamberlain, "Tort Claims for Failure to Protect: Reasons for (Cautious) Optimism Since Mooney" (2012) 75 Saskatchewan Law Review 245.
Erika Chamberlain, "Negligent Investigation: Faint Hope for the Wrongly Accused?" (2012) 39 Advocates' Quarterly 153.
Jason Neyers & Jordan Diacur, "What (is) a Nuisance?" (2011) 90 Canadian Bar Review 215.
Jason Neyers, "Explaining the Inexplicable? Four Manifestations of Abuse of Rights in English Law" in D Nolan & A Robertson, eds, Rights and Private Law (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2011).
Professors Robert Solomon, Mitchell McInnes, Erika Chamberlain and Stephen Pitel, Cases and Materials on the Law of Torts, 8th ed (Scarborough: Carswell, 2011).
Professors Gerald Fridman, Andrew Botterell, Erika Chamberlain, Jason Neyers and Stephen Pitel, The Law of Torts in Canada, 3rd. ed. (Scarborough: Carswell, 2011).
Craig Brown, Insurance Law in Canada,7th student edition
Andrew Botterell and Christopher Essert, Normativity, Fairness and the Problem of Factual Uncertainty (2010) 47 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 663.
Jason Neyers,Tate & Lyle Food & Distribution Ltd v GLC in Charles Mitchell and Paul Mitchell, eds., Landmark Cases in the Law of Tort(Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2010).
Melanie Randall, Private Law, the State and the Duty to Protect: Tort Actions for Police Failures in Gendered Violence Cases in Sandra Rogers, Rakhi Ruparelia, and Louise Belanger-Hardy, eds, Critical Torts(Toronto: Butterworths, 2009).