Peer Reviewed Legal Articles

  1. “India Sinking: Threats to the Right to Food, Food Security & Development in an Era of Economic Growth”, Windsor Y.B. Access Just. 127-169 (2009)
  2. “Absence of Justice: Lessons from the Bhopal Union Carbide Disaster for Latin America”, 14 Mich. St. J. Int’l L. pp. 479-520 (2006)
  3. (with N.J. King and G.A. Lasprogata), “Workplace Privacy and Discrimination Issues Related to Genetic Data: A Comparative Law Study of the European Union and the United States”, 43 Am. Bus. L.J. pp. 79-172 (2006)
  4. (with G.A. Lasprogata and N.J. King), “Regulation of Electronic Employee Monitoring: Identifying Fundamental Principles of Employee Privacy through a Comparative Study of Data Privacy Legislation in the European Union, United States and Canada”, Stan. Tech. L. Rev. 4 (2004) (46 pages)
  5. “Forcing Canada’s Hand? The Effect of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act on Canadian Corporate Governance Reform”, 30 Man. L.J. pp. 285- 314 (2004); 
reprinted with permission in 2009 in Canadian Legal Studies Series, Control of Corporate Management, 4th ed., Campbell, pages 432-439 
This article was also recommended as one of four articles to read by the Parliament of Canada, during the 38th Parliament, 1st session (October 4, 2004 – November 29, 2005), during review of Bill C-57: An Act to Amend certain Acts in Relation to Financial Institutions, available here: http://www.parl.ca/LEGISInfo/BillDetails.aspx?billId=1894567&Languag e=E&Mode=1&View=10
  6. “And Justice for All? Globalization, Multinational Corporations, and the Need for Legally Enforceable Human Rights Protections”, 81 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. pp. 489-524 (2004)
  7. Sukanya Pillay, Symposium: The Social Cost of National Security: Introduction [Comments], Canadian Bar Review, Vol. 92, Issue 1, pp. 1-4, (2013)