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.
Markus D Dubber
Territorial Jurisdiction and Criminalization
Authority to Proscribe and Punish International Crimes
The End of the Road to Serfdom?
Relational Autonomy and Individuality
Is Eating People Wrong: Great Legal Cases and How They Shaped the World