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Craig Scott

Craig Scott

Faculty Fellow, Osgoode Hall Law School

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Professor Craig Scott is a professor and the associate dean (academic) of Osgoode. His teaching and research have been primarily in the fields of public international law and private international law, with a focus on the place of international human rights law in both of these fields. His most recent work draws on all three of these fields, including in the areas of human rights torts across borders, transnational corporate accountability and transitional justice. He has also written on constitutional rights protection in Canada and abroad. Much of his work has been on the theory and doctrine of economic, social and cultural rights. His work and teaching is strongly influenced by his interests in legal theory and in policy responses to globalization. He is series editor of Hart Monographs in Transnational and International Law and founding editor of Transnational Legal Theory.

Research keywords:

Transnational Law; Legal Theory, Law and Social Justice; Democratic Theory and Institutions; Law and the Arts; Constitutional Law


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