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We are pleased to share these articles, written by selected scholars who presented at a symposium held at Osgoode Hall Law School on September 15, 2015. With the support of the Pierre Genest Memorial Fund, the Nathanson Centre on Transactional Human Rights, Crime and Security, and the Institute for Feminist Legal Studies, our objective at the symposium was to address pressing contemporary issues including access to reproductive technologies, sex work, evolving notions of sovereignty, and the refugee crisis. We explored the power and limits of market forces and regulatory tools for addressing these issues, while stimulating lively and respectful discussion that contemplated possible responses to these pressing social issues. Eighteen scholars engaged on a variety of topics that cut across constitutional law, criminal law, immigration and refugee law, sexuality and the law, and business law.

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