Chi Carmody

Chi Carmody

Academic Degrees:

LL.B. (Ottawa), LL.M. (Michigan), S.J.D. (Georgetown), member of the Bars of Ontario and New York, Associate Professor.

Chi Carmody is currently on leave.

Email: ccarmody@uwo.ca
Phone: 519 661-2111 ext. 88437
Office: LB 107

Chi Carmody has taught at the University of Western Ontario Faculty of Law since 1999, where he teaches courses in public international law, international trade law and international business transactions. He also serves as Canadian Director of the Canada-United States Law Institute. He has been a visiting professor at Georgetown University Law Center and an Emile Noël Fellow at the Jean Monnet Center for Regional and International Economic Law & Justice, NYU Law School.

Recent Publications

Chios Carmody, “Law and Reform of the International Economic System”, 4:1 Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law 113-120 (2010)

Chios Carmody, “The Duty to Settle in WTO Dispute Settlement” 5:2 Asian Journal of WTO & International Health Law & Policy 1-33 (2010)

Chios Carmody, “Modes of Reasoning in WTO Law” 11:2 Manchester Journal of International Economic Law 182-200 (2014)

Chios Carmody, “Theory and Theoretical Approaches to WTO Law” 13:2 Manchester J. Int’l Econ. Law 152-185 (September 2016)

Chios Carmody, “Obligations versus Rights: Substantive Difference between WTO and International Investment Law” 12 Asian J. for WTO & World Health Law 75-104 (March 2017)

Chios Carmody, “Small Changes in Big Times: The WTO’s Informal Mechanism on Procedural Innovation” 25:1 International Trade Law & Regulation 26-45 (2019)

Chios Carmody, “A Guide to Emissions Trading under the Western Climate Initiative” 43 Canada U.S. Law Journal 146-277 (June 2019)

Chios Carmody, Book Review of Gilbert Gagné, The Trade and Culture Debate, International Journal of Cultural Policy (forthcoming 2019)

Books Edited

Chios Carmody (ed.), Is Our House in Order? Canada’s Implementation of International Law (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2010)

Chios Carmody et al. (eds), Global Justice and International Economic Law: Opportunities and Prospects (Cambridge University Press, 2012)

Chapters in Books

Chi Carmody, “Introduction” in Chi Carmody (ed.), Is Our House in Order? Canada’s Implementation of International Law 3-24 (McGill-Queen’s University Press 2010)

Chi Carmody, “Canada’s Implementation of the WTO Agreement: a retrospect”, in Chi Carmody (ed.), Is Our House in Order? Canada’s Implementation of International Law 140-173 (McGill-Queen’s University Press 2010)

Chios Carmody, Frank Garcia & John Linarelli, “Conclusion: an Agenda for Research and Action” in  Chios Carmody et al. (eds), Global Justice and International Economic Law: Opportunities and Prospects 287-295 (Cambridge University Press, 2012)

Chios Carmody, “Fairness as Appropriateness: Some Reflections on Procedural Fairness in WTO Law” in Armin Savarian & Filippo Fontanelli (eds.), Procedural Fairness in International Courts and Tribunals 277-292 (British Institute for International and Comparative Law, 2015)

Chios Carmody, “Interdependence and the WTO Agreement as a ‘Contractual Constitution’” in Julien Chaisse & Tsai-Yu Lin (eds), The Shape of Future International Economic Governance: Essays in Honour of Mitsui Matsushita 462-474 (Cambridge University Press, 2015)

Chios Carmody, “Interdependence and WTO Law”, Ch. 8 in Antonio Segura Serrano (ed.), The Reform of International Economic Governance 142-156 (Ashgate, 2015)

Chios Carmody, “Legitimate Expectations” and International Economic Law”, Ch. 5 in Gillian Moon & Lisa Toohey (eds), The Future of International Economic Integration: the Embedded Liberalism Compromise Revisited 55-78 (Cambridge University Press, 2018)

Chios Carmody, “Procedural Aspects of WTO Law” in Joanna Gomula & Stefan Wittich (eds), Research Handbook on International Law __ (Edward Elgar, forthcoming, 2020)