Michael Nesbitt

University of Calgary, Faculty of Law

Assistant Professor

Murray Fraser Hall

2500 University Dr. N.W.

Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4

Canada

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

9

DOWNLOADS

694

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Scholarly Papers (9)

1.

An Empirical Study of Terrorism Charges and Terrorism Trials in Canada between September 2001 and September 2018

Forthcoming, Criminal Law Quarterly
Number of pages: 34 Posted: 07 Feb 2019
Michael Nesbitt
University of Calgary, Faculty of Law
Downloads 256 (123,121)

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criminal law, terrorism, national security, prosecutions

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Canada's 'Unilateral' Sanctions Regime under Review: Extraterritoriality, Human Rights, Due Process, and Enforcement in Canada's Special Economic Measures Act

Ottawa Law Review, Vol. 48, No. 2, 2017
Number of pages: 68 Posted: 01 Mar 2017 Last Revised: 29 Nov 2017
Michael Nesbitt
University of Calgary, Faculty of Law
Downloads 129 (227,379)

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Terrorism Prosecutions in Canada: Elucidating the Elements of the Offences

Alberta Law Review, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 68 Posted: 08 Feb 2019
Michael Nesbitt and Dana Hagg
University of Calgary, Faculty of Law and HMC Lawyers LLP
Downloads 67 (347,290)

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CSIS's New Disruptive Powers, Grey Holes, & the Rule of Law in Canada

Canadian Human Rights Yearbook, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 04 May 2017
Michael Nesbitt
University of Calgary, Faculty of Law
Downloads 62 (361,449)

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National Security, Canada, Rule of Law, Charter, CSIS, Criminal Law

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Terrorism Sentencing Decisions in Canada Since 2001: Shifting Away From the Fundamental Principle and Towards Cognitive Biases

UBC Law Review (2019), Forthcoming
Number of pages: 62 Posted: 08 Feb 2019
Michael Nesbitt, Robert J. Oxoby and Meagan Potier
University of Calgary, Faculty of Law, University of Calgary - Department of Economics and University of Calgary
Downloads 61 (364,466)

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criminal law, sentencing, terrorism, national security, legal theory, cognitive biases

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Bill C-59 and CSIS's 'New' Powers to Disrupt Terrorist Threats: Holding the Charter-Limiting Regime to (Constitutional) Account

Alberta Law Review, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 46 Posted: 07 Jul 2019
Michael Nesbitt
University of Calgary, Faculty of Law
Downloads 54 (386,445)

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national security, constitutional law, human rights, criminal law

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Bill C-59, an Act Respecting National Security Matters: What It Does and Why It Matters

Alberta Law Review, Vol. 57, No. 1, 2019
Number of pages: 10 Posted: 25 Oct 2019
Michael Nesbitt and Leah West
University of Calgary, Faculty of Law and Carleton University - Norman Paterson School of International Affairs
Downloads 34 (462,589)

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national security, Canada, intelligence, law enforcement, cyber, free speech, privacy

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Re-Purposing UN Commissions of Inquiry

Journal of International Law and International Relations (JILIR), Volume 13, No. 2
Number of pages: 40 Posted: 17 Oct 2017
Michael Nesbitt
University of Calgary, Faculty of Law
Downloads 25 (508,031)

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UN Commission of Inquiry

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An Empirical and Qualitative Assessment of Terrorism Sentencing Decisions in Canada Since 2001: Shifting Away from the Fundamental Principle and Towards Cognitive Biases

IZA Discussion Paper No. 12255
Number of pages: 65 Posted: 21 May 2019
Michael Nesbitt, Robert J. Oxoby and Meagan Potier
University of Calgary, Faculty of Law, University of Calgary - Department of Economics and University of Calgary
Downloads 6 (626,705)

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law and economics, behavioural economics, framing effects, heuristics and biases