Articles in Journals (Constitutional Law and Theory)
"The Transformation of Meaning: Legal Discourse and Canadian Internment Camps" in the International Journal for the Semiotics of Law9 (1996): 227-56.
"Noel Lyon's Picture of a Constitution" in (1989), 14 Queen's L.J. 265 (14 pages).
"The Constitutional Prism of Louis-Philippe Pigeon and Jean Beetz" in (1989) 30Les Cahiers de Droit 113 (23 pages).
* "The First Issue Concerning Bills of Rights" in Dutch Journal of Philosophy and Theory of Law (November 1986).
"The Role of Third World Courts During Alleged Emergencies" in Marasinghe & Conklin, eds. Essays on Third World Perspectives in Jurisprudence (Singapore: Malayan Law Journal, 1983), 35 pages.
"Third World Perspectives on Jurisprudence: Some Themes" in Marasinghe & Conklin, eds., Essays on Third World Perspectives in Jurisprudence (Singapore: Malayan Law Journal, 1983), 7 pages.
"Interpreting and Applying the Limitations Clause: An Analysis of Section 1" in (1982), 4Supreme Court Review 75, 12 pages.
"Constitutional Ideology, Language Rights and Political Disunity in Canada" (1979), 28University of New Brunswick Law Journal 39, 26 pages; and reprinted in Marasinghe & Conklin, eds., Law, Language and Development (Colombo: Lakehouse, 1985).
"The Utilitarian Theory of Equality Before the Law" in (1976), 8Ottawa Law Review 485 (lead article), 32 pages.
"Pickin and Its Applicability to Canada" (1975), 25University of Toronto Law Journal 193 (lead article), 21 pages.
"The Political Theory of Mr. Justice Holmes", (1978) 26Chitty's Law Journal 200-20.
"The Burnshine Affair: Whatever Happened to Drybones and Equality Before the Law?" co-authored with Professor G. Ferguson (1974), 22Chitty's Law Journal 303, 20 pages.
"The Origins of the Law of Sedition" (1973), 15Criminal Law Quarterly 277, 23 pages.
"Legal Rhetoric in Canadian Civil Society: Review Essay” in Topia 1(1), (2004):134-141. Review of Michael Dorland & Maurice Charland, Law, Rhetoric, and Irony" (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002).
"A Practical Legal Education" in (1982), 7Dalhousie Law Journal 122.
"Teaching Critically within a Modern Legal Genre" in Canadian Journal of Law and Society 8 (1993): 33-57.
COMMERCIAL LAW ARTICLES
"Public Issues in a Private Law World: The Case of the Appointment of a Receiver" in (1987) 25Osgoode Hall L.J. 45 - co-authored (48 pages).
"Racism and the Concepts of Lawyers" in Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues vol. 3 (1995); a book review of Evelyn Kallen's Ethnicity and Human Rights in Canada (Don Mills, Canada: Oxford University Press, 1995; 2nd edn).
"Law as Violence" in The Semiotic Review of Books (1997), reviewing Bernard Jackson, The Sense of Law (Liverpool: Deborah Charles, 1996).
Book review of William Twining, ed., "Legal Theory and the Common Law" in (1988), 7 Windsor Yearbook of Access Justice7 (1987): 243-50.
Book Review of R. St. J. MacDonald and John P. Humphrey, eds., The Practice of Freedom in (1981) Canadian Public Policy, 3 pages.
Book Review of John Hart Ely's Democracy and Distrust: A Theory of Judicial Review in 2 (!981) Supreme Court Review 451, 10 pages.