Constance Backhouse, “Gender and Race in the Construction of ‘Legal Professionalism’: Historical Perspectives (Paper from the First Colloquium on the Legal Profession, October 2003), online: http://www.lsuc.on.ca/media/constance_backhouse_gender_and_race.pdf
Constance Backhouse, “What is Access to Justice?” in Julia Bass, W.A. Bogart and Frederick H. Zemans eds., Access to Justice for a New Century: The Way Forward (Toronto: Law Society of Upper Canada, 2005) 113.
Constance Backhouse, “The Chilly Climate for Women Judges: Reflections on the Ewanchuk Decision” Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 15:1 (2003) 167 (republished in Marie-Claire Belleau and François Lacasse eds., Claire L’Heureux-Dubé à la Cour suprême du Canada 1987-2002 (Montreal: Wilson & Lafleur, 2004) 521).
Constance Backhouse, “Revisiting the Arthurs Report Twenty Years Later” Canadian Journal of Law and Society 18:1 (2003) 33-44.
Constance Backhouse, “Reflections on Feminist Activism within Two Distinct Universities: Timing and Location for Transformational Activities” Resources for Feminist Research/Documentation sur la Recherche Féministe 29:1 & 2 (2002) 117-24.
Constance Backhouse, “The Changing Landscape of Canadian Legal Education” Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice v.20 (2001) 25-34.
Constance Backhouse, "Bias in Canadian Law: A Lop-Sided Precipice" Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 10:1 (1998) 170-83.
Constance Backhouse, "Gretta Wong Grant: Canada's First Chinese-Canadian Female Lawyer" Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice 15 (1996) 3-46.
Constance Backhouse, "The Chilly Climate for Faculty Women at Western: Postscript to the Backhouse Report" co-authored with Roma Harris, Gillian Michell and Alison Wylie in Chilly Collective eds. Breaking Anonymity: The Chilly Climate for Women Faculty (Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1995) 96-132.
Constance Backhouse, "Epilogue: The Remarkable Response to the Release of the Chilly Climate Report" co-authored with Gillian Michell in Chilly Collective eds. Breaking Anonymity: The Chilly Climate for Women Faculty (Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1995) 133-58.
Constance Backhouse, "Clara Brett Martin: Canadian Heroine or Not?" and "Response" Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 5:2 (1992) 263-79 and 351-4.
Constance Backhouse, "Women Faculty at the University of Western Ontario: Reflections on the Employment Equity Award" Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 4:1 (1990) 36-65.
Constance Backhouse, "To Open the Way for Others of My Sex: Clara Brett Martin's Career as Canada's First Woman Lawyer" Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 1 (1985) 1-41.
Rosemary Cairns Way, “Reconceptualizing Professional Responsibility: Incorporating Equality” (2002) 25 Dal. L.J. 27.
Larry Chartrand, “The Appropriateness of the Lawyer as Advocate in Contemporary Aboriginal Justice Initiatives” (1995) 33 Alberta L. Rev. 874.
Adam Dodek, “Canadian Legal Ethics: Ready for the Twenty-First Century at Last” (2008) 46 Osgoode Hall L.J. 1.
Adam Dodek, “Forsaking the Public Interest: Law Society of New Brunswick v. Ryan” (2002) 25 Advocates' Quarterly 230.
Adam Dodek, “"Doing our Duty: The Case for a Duty of Disclosure to Prevent Death or Serious Harm" (2001) 50 University of New Brunswick Law Journal 215.
Adam Dodek "The Public Safety Exception to Solicitor-Client Privilege: Smith v. Jones" (2001) 34 University of British Columbia Law Review 293.
Adam Dodek, “Canadian Legal Ethics: A Subject in Search in Scholarship” (2000) 49 U.T.L.J.115.
Adam Dodek & Jeffrey Hoskins, QC, Canadian Legal Practice: A Guide to the 21st Century (Toronto: LexisNexis, 2009).
Elizabeth Sheehy and Sheila McIntyre, eds., Calling for Change: Women, Law and the Legal Profession (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2006).