University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 63, Number 2, Spring 2013

 

University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 63, Number 2, Spring 2013

Opinion Writing and Authorship on The Supreme Court Of Canada
Kelly Bodwin, Jeffrey S Rosenthal, Albert H Yoon

Focus Feature: Criminal Jurisdiction: Comparison, History, Theory
This focus feature hopes to start a fresh conversation about criminal jurisdiction, in domestic and international law, informed by comparative, historical and theoretical perspectives. Jurisdiction is a fantastically rich subject that receives either too little or too much attention: too little attention as a way to get at basic questions about the nature of power, sovereignty, punishment, community and too much attention as a doctrinal or administrative matter of curial coordination.

Introduction
Markus D Dubber

Extraterritorial Jurisdiction to Enforce In Cyberspace? Bodin, Schmitt, Grotius in Cyberspace
Mireille Hildebrandt

Territorial Jurisdiction and Criminalization
Lindsay Farmer

Criminal Jurisdiction And Conceptions Of Penality In Comparative Perspective
Markus D Dubber

Authority to Proscribe and Punish International Crimes
Guyora Binder

REVIEW ARTICLES
The End of the Road to Serfdom?

David Dyzenhaus

Relational Autonomy and Individuality
Marilyn Friedman

BOOK REVIEWS
Is Eating People Wrong: Great Legal Cases and How They Shaped the World
Jim Phillips

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