The following are some of the academic articles that Bryan Schwartz has published and interviews he has conducted over the years.

2018

2017

2016

2014

2013

2012

2011

  • “Interview with Donna Miller” (2011) 35:1 Man LJ.
  • “Introduction” (2011) 11 Asper Rev of Int’l Bus & Trade L.
  • “Facilitating Credentials Recognition at Frontline Agencies” with Mark Melchers, (2011) 11 Asper Rev of Int’l Bus & Trade L 215.
  • “Improving Labour Market Integration and Interprovincial Mobility for Immigrants Holding Foreign Credentials” with Mark Melchers, (2011) 11 Asper Rev of Int’l Bus & Trade L 195.
  • “Improving Foreign Credential Recognition through Reform in Immigration Law and Policy” with Mark Melchers, (2011) 11 Asper Rev of Int’l Bus & Trade L 171.
  • “All Talk and No Action: Access to Canadian Markets under the General Agreement on Trade in Services” with Anne Amos-Stewart and Katrina Broughton, (2011) 11 Asper Rev of Int’l Bus & Trade L 91.
  • “The Application of Competition Law to Foreign Credential Recognition” withRachel Hinton, (2011) 11 Asper Rev of Int’l Bus & Trade L 59.
  • “Effective Foreign Credential Recognition Legislation: Recommendations for Success” with Natasha DhillonPenner, (2011) 11 Asper Rev of Int’l Bus & Trade L 33.
  • “Human Rights Legislation and the Recognition of Foreign Credentials” with Janet Valel, (2011) 11 Asper Rev of Int’l Bus & Trade L 17.

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

  • “Lessons from Experience: Improving the Agreement on Internal Trade” (2002) 2 Asper Rev of Int’l Bus & Trade L 301.
  • “Canada's New Privacy Law: Strategies for Compliance” (2002) 2 Asper Rev of Int’l Bus & Trade L 125.
  • “Canadian Cultural Policy in a World Context” (2002) 2 Asper Rev of Int’l Bus & Trade L 1.

2001

  • Introduction, inaugural issue of Underneath the Golden Boy, (2001), 28 Man LJ 129.
  • “Proportional Representation for Canada” (2001) 28 Man LJ 133.
  • “Exposing the Invisibile – Interview with Rick Mantey” (2001) 28 Man LJ 187.
  • “Draftstoyevsky – Interview with Norm Larsen” (2001) 28 Man LJ 201.
  • “Time Out: Canadian Professional Sports Team Franchise – is the Game Really Over?” with Heather Manweiller, (2001) 1 Asper Rev of Int’l Bus & Trade L 199.
  • “Biotechnology: A Canadian Perspective” with Pearl Reimer, (2001) 1 Asper Rev ofInt’l Bus & Trade L 91.
  • “A Proposal for an Anti-Corruption Dimension to the FTAA” with HeatherManweiller, (2001) 1 Asper Rev of Int’l Bus & Trade L 67.
  • “Linking Labour, the Environment and Human Rights to the FTAA” with James Mercury, (2001) 1 Asper Rev of Int’l Bus & Trade L 37.
  • “An Efficient and Simplifying Approach to Creating a Balanced FTAA: Cutting and Pasting From Other Treaties and Institutions” (2001) 1 Asper Rev of Int’l Bus & Trade L 33.
  • “Lawyers and the Emerging World Constitution” (2001) 1 Asper Rev of Int’l Bus & Trade L 1.

1991-2000

  • “The Preventative Function of Section 15 of the Charter and the Danger Certification System” (1999-2000) 27:1 Man LJ 115.
  • “Public Inquiries” (1998) 40:1 Can Pub Admin 72.
  • “How Possible Increases in the Scope of the Agreement on Internal Trade Would Affect the Health and Social Services Sectors” (1998) 7:2 Health L Rev 3.*
  • “A Model Declaration on the Right of Secession” with Susan Waywood, (1998) 11 NY Int’l L Rev 1.
  • “NAFTA Reservations in the Area of Health Care” (1997) 5 Health LJ 99.
  • “Across the Great Divide: The Division of Power over Labour Relations among Federal, Provincial and Aboriginal Governments” (1996) Canadian Bar Association.*
  • “Humanitarian Intervention” (1996) Strategic Studies Conference Proceedings, University of Manitoba.*
  • “Visible Federalism: A Strategy for the Federal Government in the Aftermath of the Referendum” (1996-1997) 24 Man LJ 533.
  • “Assessing the Agreement on Internal Trade: The Case for a More Perfect Union” in Douglas Brown & Jonathan Rose, eds, The State of the Federation, (Kingston: Queen's Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, 1995) at 189.
  • “A New Federal Role in Building the Social Safety Net for Disabled Persons” (1993-1994) 22:3 Man LJ 395.
  • “On Choosing Judges - Oracles and Performers; or Philosophers and Sages?” (1992) 17 Queen's LJ 479.
  • “Canada Cannot Be Held Together by Chapter (1992) in English Canada Speaks Out, Doubleday at 335.
  • “International Organizations: What Makes Them Work?” with Elliot Leven, (1992) 30 Can YB Int’l L 165.
  • “The General Sense of Things: Delgamuukw and the Courts” in Frank Cassidy, Aboriginal title in British Columbia: Delgamuukw v. the Queen: proceedings of a conference held September 10 & 11, 1991 (Fernie: Oolichan Books and The Institute for Research on Public Policy, 1992 at 161.
  • “The Interpretation of Treaties” (1992) Treaty Five ConferenceProceedings.
  • “Dickson on Federalism: The First Principles of His Jurisprudence” (1991) 20 Man LJ 473.

1990 and earlier

  • “Civil Liberties and Public Inquiries” (Paper delivered at Isaac Pitblado Lectures,1990), Published in Pitblado Lectures 1990 produced by the Manitoba Law Society.*
  • “The Inalienable Right to be Alienated” (1990) 40 UTLJ 477.
  • “A Separate Aboriginal Justice System?” (1990) 19 Man LJ 77.
  • “Individuals and Community” (1989) 7 JL & Religion 131.
  • “Annual First Ministers Conferences” in Lorne Ingle, ed, Meech Lake Reconsidered (Hull: Voyageur Publishing, 1989) at 41.
  • “Meech Lake Changes will be Irreversible” in Lorne Ingle, ed, Meech Lake Reconsidered (Hull: Voyageur Publishing, 1989) at 81.
  • “Quebec's Supreme Court Requests” in Lorne Ingle, ed, Meech Lake Reconsidered (Hull: Voyageur Publishing, 1989) at 33.
  • “A triple-E Senate?” in Lorne Ingle, ed, Meech Lake Reconsidered (Hull: Voyageur Publishing, 1989) at 25.
  • “Language and Meech Lake” (Paper, delivered at the Proceedings of Language Law and the State Conference, Edmonton, May 1989 (published by the Centre for Constitutional Studies, University of Alberta.
  • “Let Canada be Switzerland Against Consociationalism” Ibid.
  • “Refashioning Meech Lake” (1989) 18 Man LJ 19.
  • “Fear and Loathing on the Constitutional Agenda: Meech Lake, Free Trade and the Future of Politics in Canada” (1988) in John D. Whyte and Ian Peach, ed, Reforming Canada? The Meaning of the Meech Lake Accord and the Free Trade Agreement for the Canadian State at 15.
  • “George Grant on English Speaking Justice” (1987) 16 Man LJ 73.
  • “The Charter and the Domestic Enforcement Law” with Gordon McIntosh, (1987) 16 Man LJ 149.
  • “The Other Section 23” (1986) 15 Man LJ 347, expounded upon in Reply to Critics, (1987) 16 Man LJ 97.
  • “A Meditation of Bartleby” (1985) 22 Osgoode Hall LJ 441.
  • “Some Comments on Dr. Friedenberg's Cynicism” in Dale Gibson & Janet K Baldwin, eds, Law in a Cynical Society (1985, Carswell) at 426.
  • “The Charter and Due Process” (Paper delivered at Isaac Pitblado Lectures, 1983), Published in Pitblado Lectures 31 produced by the Manitoba Law Society.*
  • “The Patriation References and the Idea of Canada” with John Whyte, (1982-83) 8 Queen’s LJ 158.
  • “Choice of Law in Torts: One More Time for the Road” (1982-83) 12 Man LJ 175, reprinted in hardcover collection of essays, Issues in Tort Law, published byCarswell.
  • “After the Fall: An Analysis of Canadian Legal Claims for Damage Caused by Cosmos 954” (1982) 27 McGill LJ 676.
  • “General National Agreement: The Legal Sanction for Constitutional Reform in Canada” (1981) 6 Queen's LJ 513.
  • “Woodward's Estate as Non-Constitutional Law” (1978) 4 Queen LJ 124.
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