Graduate Students' Conference Presentations and Publications

  • Publications

  • Grants & Awards

  • Conference Papers Presented

 

Jenny Poon:

  • "EU-Turkey Deal: Violation of, or Consistency with, International Law?" (2016) European Papers (Forum) Insight 3(1), 1995-1203;
  • "Non-Refoulement in the International Refugee Law Regime: A Lex Specialis?" (2017) Cornell Journal of International Law Online 3, 31-33.
  • “Informing Non-Refoulement Obligations with Responsibility to Protect” (2017) Inter Gentes: McGill Journal of International Law & Legal Pluralism.

Kirsten Stefanik:

  • “Rise of the Corporation and Corporate Social Responsibility: The Case for Corporate Customary International Law” (2017) 54 Canadian Yearbook of International Law.
  • “The Environment and Armed Conflict: Employing General Principles to Protect the Environment” in Carsten Stahn, Jens Iverson & Jennifer Easterday, eds. Environmental Protection and Transitions from Conflict to Peace: Clarifying Norms, Principles and Practices (Oxford University Press, 2017).
  • (with Sara Seck), “Business and Human Rights: Challenges in Accessing Remedy and Justice” in Gordon DiGiacomo, ed. Current Issues and Controversies in Human Rights (University of Toronto Press, 2016).

Sophie Stoyan:

  • Just a click away? Jurisdiction and virtually carrying on business in Canada”, Journal of Private International Law, (2017) 13:3, 602-632. Her article is available online at https://doi.org/10.1080/17441048.2017.1387681.

Dan Wilson:

  • “As Canadian As Apple Pie: A Critique Of The OSC’s Adoption Of Whistleblowing Bounties Under Policy 15-601”, upcoming: Canadian Business Law Journal (June 2019).

 

Jenny Poon:

  • American Society of International Law, International Refugee Law Interest Group Student Essay Award, First Place for paper titled "State Discretion in EU Refugee Status Determination Processes: Violation or Adherence to Non-Refoulement?" (Feb 2017);
  • European Union Studies Association, Haas Fund Fellowship for EU-related dissertation, $3000USD (Jan 2018).

Kirsten Stefanik:

  • 2014-2018 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council  Doctoral Fellowship ($80,000).

 

Paul Hansen:

  • Reconciling Diversity: A Path Forward”, Annual Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Regina, (Upcoming - June 1, 2018).
  • “Canada’s Duty to Consult and Inuit Rights - An Arctic Enigma”, Graduate Students Conference on Indigenous Knowledge and Research in Indigenous Studies, Winnipeg (March 9th & 10th, 2018);

Jenny Poon (selected only):

  • "Dynamism of Non-Refoulement: Implications for Future International Protection?", Osgoode Hall, Toronto (March 2018);
  • “EU Migration Control: Violation or Compliance with International Law?”, ‘Controlling Migration Through Cooperation’ Seminar, Tilburg, The Netherlands (February 2018);
  • "Non-Refoulement in the Human Rights and Refugee Contexts", Asylum Workshop with Professor James C. Hathaway, University College London (May 2017);
  • "Non-Refoulement as a Norm in International and European Law", Work-In-Progress Seminar, Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford (May 2017).

Kirsten Stefanik:

  • “Follow the Conflict Minerals: Human Rights Violations throughout Supply
    Chains”, Resource Extraction and the Rights of Women and Girls Conference, University of Ottawa (October 2017);
  • “Protecting the Environment during Armed Conflict”, 11th Annual International Humanitarian Law Conference, Canadian Red Cross and University of New Brunswick Law, Fredericton (March 2017);
  • Corporate Legal Accountability: Corporations, Corporate Social Responsibility, Business & Human Rights and Customary International Law”, Business and Human Rights Young Researchers Summit, St. Gallen, Switzerland (April 2016).

Sophie Stoyan:

  • "Bad for ‘Good’ Business:Choc v Hudbay Minerals and its Paradoxical Prevention of Human Rights Protection”, Emory Law Graduate Conference, Emory University (October 2017);
  • “Just a Click Away? Jurisdiction and Virtually Carrying on Business in Canada”, National Judicial Institute, Vancouver (May 2017).

Darinka Tomic:

  • "Intellectual Property (IP) and the Right to Food”, Challenging Intellectual Property -2017 Canadian Intellectual Property Scholars Workshop, University of Ottawa (May 2017).

Dan Wilson:

  • “Building From the Right Foundation: Legal Issues in Start-up Business”, Burman University, Alberta (February 2018).