Healthcare

Curriculum Vitae Stephen J. Toope

Categories
Published
of 17
All materials on our website are shared by users. If you have any questions about copyright issues, please report us to resolve them. We are always happy to assist you.
Related Documents
Share
Description
Curriculum Vitae Stephen J. Toope ADDRESS: Office of the Director DATE: Spring 2016 Munk School of Global Affairs University of Toronto Observatory Site 315 Bloor St. West Toronto, ON M5S 1R9 TELEPHONE:
Transcript
Curriculum Vitae Stephen J. Toope ADDRESS: Office of the Director DATE: Spring 2016 Munk School of Global Affairs University of Toronto Observatory Site 315 Bloor St. West Toronto, ON M5S 1R9 TELEPHONE: (416) (office) NATIONALITY: Canadian EMPLOYMENT AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Director, Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto (2015-) President and Vice-Chancellor, University of British Columbia ( ) President and CEO, Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation ( ) Co-Director, Institute for European Studies (McGill-Université de Montréal) (2000-2) Dean, Faculty of Law, McGill University ( ) Professor of Law ( McGill; UBC; University of Toronto) Associate Dean (Graduate Studies and Research), Faculty of Law, McGill University ( ) Associate Professor of Law, McGill University ( ) Assistant Professor of Law, McGill University ( ) Consultant on International Law, International Human Rights, and Legal Reform to the Canadian Departments of Foreign Affairs and Justice, and to the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) ( ). Extensive experience in the design of legal and judicial reform programs around the globe. Institutional design and re-structuring. Focus upon change management, and program monitoring and evaluation. General international legal advice to the Government of Canada. Law Clerk to the Rt. Hon. Brian Dickson, P.C., C.C., Chief Justice of Canada ( ) 1 PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS Adjudicator, Specialist Disparity Funding, Ministry of Health of British Columbia and Doctors of BC (2015) Member, Canada-China Science and Technology Committee ( ) Counsel, Government of Canada, Manuge v. The Queen (Successful settlement negotiations on $800m class action) (2013) Independent Report, Indemnification of Public Servants, Government of British Columbia (2012) Chair and Rapporteur, United Nations Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances (2003; chair ) Fact Finder, Commission of Inquiry into the Actions of Canadian Government Officials in relation to Maher Arar (2005) Advisory Council, Minister of Justice of Canada (2005-6) Commonwealth Group of Experts, Consultation on the Constitution of Sri Lanka, Law and Society Trust and Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (Colombo, Sri Lanka) (1997-8) Research Director, Office of the Special Representative concerning the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (The Rt. Hon. Brian Dickson, P.C., C.C.) (1991) EDUCATION Graduate Law College Trinity College, Cambridge, England (Ph.D. in Law 1987) Commonwealth Scholar Thesis Director: Professor D. W. Bowett, Whewell Professor of International Law McGill University, Faculty of Law, Montreal, Quebec (LL.B. and B.C.L. degrees 1983 with Honours) National Scholar Harvard University, Cambridge, USA (A.B. 1979, Magna Cum Laude with highest standing in English History and Literature) James Russell Lowell Scholar AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS Officer of the Order of Canada (2015) Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal Canada (2012) LL.D., University of Alberta (2015) LL.D., University of British Columbia (2015) 2 John Read Medal for Service to International Law, Canadian Council on International Law (2015) Honorary Fellowship, Royal Conservatory of Music (2014) President s Award of Distinction, United Way of Canada (2014) Certificate of Merit for Creative Scholarship, American Society of International Law (2011) (shared) (highest award for a book on international law) Chair, Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada ( ) (Vice-Chair ; Executive Committee ) Honorary Professor, Southwest University of Political Science and Law, Chongqing, China (August 2013-August 2016) Bullock Chair in Canadian Studies, Hebrew University, Jerusalem (May 2015) Visiting Professor, Sciences Politiques, Paris (October 2014) Distinguished Visiting Professor, Faculty of Law, the University of Toronto (January 2002 and September 2003) President, Canadian Council on International Law (2001-2) (Executive ) John W. Durnford Teaching Excellence Award, Faculty of Law, McGill University (2001) Francis Deák Publication Award, American Society of International Law (1998) (shared) David L. Johnston Award for distinguished service to the McGill Alumni Association (1997) Douglas J. Sherbaniuk Distinguished Writing Award of the Canadian Tax Foundation (1995) (shared) PUBLICATIONS P signifies peer reviewed Books After the Paris Attacks: Responses in Canada, Europe, and Around the Globe. Toronto: University of Toronto Press (2015), pp (co-editor Prof. Edward M. Iacobucci) P Legitimacy and Legality in International Law: An Interactional Account. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (2010), pp (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) P Mixed International Arbitration [:] Studies in Arbitration Between States and Private Persons. Cambridge: Grotius Publications (1990), pp (An imprint of Cambridge University Press) P 3 Articles The Sovereignty of International Law in UTLJ (forthcoming 2016) (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) P Interactional Legal Theory, the International Rule of Law and Global Constitutionalism in A. Lang & A. Weiner, eds., Global Constitutionalism (Cambridge U. Press, 2016) (co-author Prof Jutta Brunnée) P The Rule of Law in an Agnostic World in M. de Hoon, W. Werner and A. Galan, eds, Koskenniemi and His Critics (Cambridge U. Press, forthcoming 2016) (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) P Israel and the United Nations in (2015) European Society of International Law, Reflections, online at P Thinking, Doing, Being: Why Practising Law Matters to the Prevention of Torture in Helge Dedek & Shauna Van Praagh, eds, Stateless Law: Evolving Boundaries of a Discipline (Farnham, UK, 2015) 159 P Constructivist Approaches to International Law in Jeffrey Dunoff & Mark Pollock, eds., Interdisciplinary Perspectives on International Law and International Relations: The State of the Art (Cambridge University Press, 2013) 119 (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) P Interactional International Law: Introduction in symposium on Legitimacy and Legality in International Law: An Interactional Account (2011) 3 Int l Theory 307 (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) P History, Mystery and Mastery in symposium on Legitimacy and Legality in International Law: An Interactional Account (2011) 3 Int l Theory 348 (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) Interactional International Law and the Practice of Legality in E. Adler & V. Pouliot, eds., The Practice Turn in International Relations (2011) Chap. 5 (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) P The Responsibility to Protect and the Use of Force: Building Legality? (2010) 2 Global Resp. to Protect 191 (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) P Formality and Informality in D. Bodansky, J. Brunnée & E. Hey, eds, Oxford Handbook Of International Environmental Law (Oxford University Press, 2007) 107 P Disparitions, prisons secrètes et restitutions extraordinaires: comment perdre la guerre contre la terrorisme (2007) Esprit (octobre) 41 (trans. Julien Cantegreil) The Roles of International Law and of International Lawyers in H. Kindred, gen. ed., International Law Chiefly as Interpreted and Applied in Canada, 7th ed., Chapter 1 (2006) Human Rights and the Use of Force After September 11 th, 2001 in Terry Nardin & Daniel Sherman, eds, Terror, Culture, Politics: Rethinking 9/11 (Bloomington: U. Indiana Press, 2006) 236 P 4 Public Commitment To International Law: Canadian and British Media Perspectives on the Use of Force in Christopher P.M. Waters, ed., British and Canadian Perspectives on International Law (Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff, 2006) 13 Norms, Institutions and UN Reform: The Responsibility to Protect (2005) 2 J. Int l L and IR 121, reprinted in shortened form in (2006) 63:3 Behind the Headlines (Canadian Institute of International Affairs) 1 (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) P Globalization and Instrument Choice: The Role of International Law in Pearl Eliadis, et al, Designing Government: From Instruments to Governance (Montreal: McGill-Queen s U. Press, 2005) 322 (co-author Dr. Sean Rehaag) P The Use of Force: International Law After Iraq (2004) 53 ICLQ 785 (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) P Persuasion and Enforcement: Explaining Compliance With International Law (2002) 13 Finnish Yb. Int l L. 273 (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) (appeared in 2004) P Canada and the Use of Force: Reclaiming Human Security (2004) International Journal 247 (Canadian Institute of International Affairs) (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) Slouching Towards New Just Wars: International Law and the Use of Force After September 11th (2004) 51 Netherlands Int l L. Rev. 363 (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) P Slouching Towards New Just Wars: The Hegemon After September 11th (2004) 18(4) International Relations 405 (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) (a shortened and re-written version of the previous text for international relations scholars) P A Hesitant Embrace: The Application of International Law by Canadian Courts (2003) Can. Yb. Int l L. 3 (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) 3. A shortened and revised version appears as A Hesitant Embrace: Baker and the Application of International Law by Canadian Courts in David Dyzenhaus, et al, eds, The Unity of Public Law (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2003) 357 P Legal and Judicial Reform and Development Assistance: Some Lessons (2003) 48 McGill L. J. 357 P Managing and allocating water resources: adopting the integrated water resource management approach in A.S. Alsharam & W. Woods, eds, Water Resources Perspectives: Evaluation, Management and Policy (Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2003) 1 (co-authors Mr. Ken Rainwater & Prof. Tony Allan) P The Nile Basin Regime: A Role for Law? in A.S. Alsharam & W. Woods, eds, Water Resources Perspectives: Evaluation, Management and Policy (Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2003) (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) P Powerful but unpersuasive? The role of the United States in the evolution of customary international law in Michael Byers & Georg Nolte, eds, United States Hegemony and the Foundations of International Law (Cambridge: CUP, 2003) 287 P 5 Fallout from 9-11: Will a Security Culture Undermine Human Rights? (2002) 65 Sask L.Rev. 281 P The Changing Nile Basin Regime: Does Law Matter? (2002) 43 Harvard J. Int l L. 105 (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) P Interactional International Law (2002) 3:3 Int l L. Forum droit intn l 186 (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) Alternatives to Legalization : Richer Views of Law and Politics (2001) 55 (3) International Organization 751 (co-author Prof. Martha Finnemore) P The Uses of Metaphor: International Law and the Supreme Court of Canada (2001) 80 Can. Bar Rev. 534 P Inside and Out: The Stories of International Law and Domestic Law (2001) 50 UNB L.J. 11 P International Law and Constructivism: Elements of an Interactional Theory of International Law (2000) 39 Col. J. Trans. L. 19 (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) P Does International Law Impose a Duty Upon the United Nations to Prevent Genocide? (2000) 46 McGill L.J. 187 P Emerging Patterns of Governance and International Law in M. Byers, ed., International Law and International Politics (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000) 91 P The Quebec Secession Reference: A Comment (1999) 93 AJIL 519 P Freshwater Regimes: The Mandate of the International Joint Commission (1998) 15 Arizona J. of Int'l & Comp. L. 273 (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) P Environmental Security and Freshwater Resources: Ecosystem Regime Building (1997) 92 AJIL 26 (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) P Human Rights and Cultural Diversity (1997) 42 McGill L.J. 169 P The Convention on the Rights of the Child: Implications for Canada in M. Freeman, ed., Children's Rights: A Comparative Perspective. London: Dartmouth Publishing Co. (1995) 33 Environmental Security and Freshwater Resources: A Case for International Ecosystem Law , (1994) 5 Yearbook International Environmental Law 41 (co-author Prof. Jutta Brunnée) P Spousal Support in Family Law and Alimony in the Law of Taxation (1994) 42 Can. Tax. J. 1 (co-author Prof. J.W. Durnford) P Too much and Not Enough (Comment on the Thibaudeau case), Highlights, (1994) 2 Can. Tax. Family Relations in J.E.C. Brierley & R.A. Macdonald, eds, The Civil Law of Quebec. Toronto: Emond Montgomery (1993), P 6 Droits de la personne, souveraineté et nationalisme: Des notions contradictoires au tournant du millénaire ( ) R.Q.D.I. 226 Repairing Fences: Courts, Charter Rights and Family Law , (1991) 9 Can. J. Fam. L P Pragmatic Compromise or Mere Transaction: The Use of Chamber Procedures in International Adjudication (1990) 31 Va. J. Int'l L P Dispute Settlement under the Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement in Institute of Comparative Law, McGill University, Access to Markets Under the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement: Proceedings of a Conference, Montréal (1987) The Confidentiality of Income Tax Returns in Canadian Law (1982) 27 McGill L.J (Co-author Alison Harvison-Young) P Reviews, Essays, Reports and Proceedings I Love You, Please Change: Universities and their Relationships (September 2014) (Canadian Council of Chief Executives) Improving Asia-Pacific Science Collaboration 336 Science (2012) 38 (co-authors Chorh Chuan Tan and Nina V. Federoff) P Strengthening education and research connectivity between Canada and Asia: Innovative models for engagement (July 2012) (Canadian Council of Chief Executives Canada in the Pacific Century reports) Internationalism and Global Norms for Neuroethics (2009) 9(1) Am. J. Bioethics 1 (Editorial) A Changed World? International Law After September 11 th, 2001 [2008] Proceedings of the Canadian Council on International Law (Keynote Address) Report of the Fact-Finder, Commission of Inquiry into the Actions of Canadian Government Officials in relation to Maher Arar (2005) Global Governance by Force? Pluralism or Solidarism (2005) 26:2 Policy Options 60 Review of M. Barnett, Eyewitness to a Genocide: The United Nations and Rwanda (2003) 97 AJIL 459 The Measure of International Law: Canada s Role After September 11, 2001 [2002] Proceedings of the Canadian Council on International Law 21 (Keynote Address) Changing Interface Between International Politics and International Law (a panel debate) [2000] Proceedings of the Canadian Council on International Law 111 Review of M. Byers, Custom, Power and the Power of Rules [1999] Can. YB Int l L. 480 Five-year Review of the International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development (Parliament of Canada) (1998) (with Universalia, Inc.) 7 Canada and International Law [1998] Proceedings of the Canadian Council on International Law 33 (Keynote Address) Preparing for the Kenyan Elections: The Role of Civil Society, Report for the Centre on Governance and Development (Nairobi) (1996) Preface, Special Issue on International Human Rights Law (1996) 41 McGill L. J. 739 Redefining Norms for the 21st Century , [1995] Proceedings of the Canadian Council on International Law 191 Review of J. Syrtash, Religion and Culture in Canadian Family Law (1992) 71 Can. Bar Rev. 769 Review of J.G. Merrills, International Dispute Settlement, 2d ed. (1992) 37 McGill L.J. 674 State Sovereignty: The Challenge of a Changing World , [1992] Proceedings of the Canadian Council on International Law 294 Canadian Human Rights Mission to Sri Lanka, Report (1992) (Authored sections on Human Rights, pp and co-authored Recommendations). Ad Hoc Equity: Legal Regulation of Cohabitation in Canada , [1991] Proceedings of the Ninth Commonwealth Magistrates and Judges Conference, Sydney, Australia (16 September 1991) Confronting Indeterminacy: Challenges to International Legal Theory , [1990] Proceedings of the Canadian Council on Int'l Law 209 Review Essay of M. Cohen, ed., Lawyers and the Nuclear Debate (1989) 35 McGill L.J. 285 Book Review of R. Lillich, ed., The Iran U.S. Claims Tribunal, (1987) 51 Brit. Y.B. Int'l L Review Essay of R.St.J. Macdonald & D. Johnston, eds, The Structure and Process of International Law, (1985) 30 McGill L.J. 355 RESEARCH GRANTS SSHRC, Stability and Change in International Law ( ) $109,217 (with Professor Jutta Brunnée) SSHRC, Building compliance: The Hard Work of International Law ( ), $113,728 (with Professor Jutta Brunnée) SSHRC, Legitimacy and Persuasion: The Hidden Power of International Law ( ), $165,051 (with Professor Jutta Brunnée) Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, Canada and the Use of Force: Caught Between Multilateralism and Unilateralism (2003), $15,000 (with Professor Jutta Brunnée) 8 SSHRC, Interactional International Law: Shaping International Society ( ), $115,000 (with Professor Jutta Brunnée) SSHRC The Evolution of International Legal Regimes: New Approaches to Law, Society and Politics ( ), $121,900 (with Professor Jutta Brunnée) Cooperative Security Programme, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, Environmental Security and Freshwater Resources ( ), $65,000 (with Professor Jutta Brunnée) SSHRC, Internal McGill Grants Competition in Social Sciences, Mixed International Arbitration (1990), $5,000 Ministry of Community and Social Services, Government of Ontario, Liability Issues Relating to the Use of Emergency Response and Monitoring Systems (1989), $20,000 (with Professor Alison Harvison Young) CONFERENCE PAPERS AND INVITED LECTURES University Libraries Need Partnerships and Universities Still Need Libraries, Joint Meeting of the Canadian Association of Research Libraries and the [American] Association of Research Libraries, Vancouver, 26 April 2016 (Keynote Address) A New Canadian Foreign Policy? Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 4 April 2016 Human Rights and Migration, McGill Institute for the Study of Canada Conference, Montreal, 12 February 2016 The Role of the University in Safeguarding Free Speech, McMaster University, President s Lectures on higher Education, Hamilton, 21 January 2016 Identity and Citizenship, Intercultural Dialogue Institute of the GTA, Peace and Dialogue Awards Ceremony, Toronto, 19 January 2016 (Keynote Address) Religion, Ritualism and the Future of Human Rights, Futures for Human Rights Conference, Centre for International Governance and Justice, Australian National University, Canberra, 26 November 2015 (Keynote Address) Can International Human Rights Law Prevent Torture? Torture After 9.11:the Asia-Pacific Context Conference, Centre for International Governance and Justice, Australian National University, Canberra, 27 November 2015 (Keynote Address) Limits on the Responsibility to Protect, Invited Panel for the Canadian Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, University of Toronto, 22 October 2015 The Iran Nuclear Deal: Future Implications, Keynote Address on Yom Kippur, Holy Blossom Temple, Toronto, 23 September 2015 Can International Human Rights Law Prevent Terrorism? Opening Ceremony of the Joint Freie Universität Berlin-Hebrew University of Jerusalem PhD Program on Human Rights Under Pressure, Berlin, 26 June 2015 (Keynote Address) 9 Israel and the United Nations, Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Bullock Chair Public Lecture), Jerusalem, 19 May 2015 Terrorism and Human Rights, Canadian International Council, Ottawa, 30 April 20 Religion and Global Affairs: The Craddock Lecture, Bloor Street United Church, Toronto, 19 April 2015 Terrorism Trends and Responses, Plenary Panel, Department of Foreign Affairs, International Trade, and Development, International Conference on Terrorism, Ottawa, 30 March 2015 The End of Our Institutions? Walter Gordon Symposium, Massey College, University of Toronto, 25 March 2015 (Keynote Address) A Critical Analysis of the Concept of Fragmentation and the Normative Legitimacy of International Criminal Justice, Plenary Panel, Conference on International Criminal Justice: The State of Play, Vancouver, 19 March 2015 Stability and Change in International Law: An Interactional Account, European Society of International Law, Annua
We Need Your Support
Thank you for visiting our website and your interest in our free products and services. We are nonprofit website to share and download documents. To the running of this website, we need your help to support us.

Thanks to everyone for your continued support.

No, Thanks