“A Call to Action: Moving Forward with the Governance of Artificial Intelligence in Canada” (Co-authored with Aviv Gaon, Adjunct Professor, IDC Herzliya, Israel). Forthcoming: Alberta Law Review, July 2019
“Through a Rare Disease Lens: Genome Editing as a Poignant Public Health Opportunity for Canada” (Co-authored with Erika Kleiderman, Centre of Genomics and Policy, McGill University, Canada). Revisions are currently being completed for the Journal of Community Genetics.
“Everything under one roof: Canada’s evolving model of parliamentary ethics” Jindal Global Law Review, April 2018, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp 109–129.
“Harnessing the Twittersphere: How using social media can benefit government ethics offices” Canadian Public Administration, Special Issue: Public Sector Ethics, May 2018, Volume 61, Issue S1, pp 79-101.
“Honest Politics Now: What Ethical Conduct Means in Canadian Public Life”, Chapter 5: Ethics Commissions (Co-authored with Ian Greene), pp 124-153.
Paper in Progress:
Trust and Validation for Unsupervised Black Box Machine Learning Systems in Healthcare (Co-authored with Professor Mike Brudno, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Toronto)
Dissertation in Progress:
Keeping up with the Times: Are Canada’s parliamentary ethics laws based on outdated conceptions of transparency and accountability? (Expected 2019)