Mind and Brain

Bublitz  JC, Chandler  JA,  Ienca M, "Human-machine symbiosis and the hybrid mind: Implications for ethics, law and human rights" Chapter 20 in Ienca M, Pollicino O, Liguori L, Andorno R, Stefanini E (eds), Cambridge Handbook of Life Sciences, Information Technology and Human  Rights (Cambridge University Press, 2022).

Tugba Basaran Akmazoglu & Jennifer A Chandler, "Mapping the Emerging Legal Landscape for Neuroprostheses: Human Interests and Legal Resources", In Martin Hevia, (ed), Regulating Neuroscience: Transnational Legal Challenges, (Vol 4. pp.63-98) (Elsevier, 2021)

Illes J, Lipsman N, McDonald PJ, Hrincu V, Chandler JA, Fasano A, Giacobbe P, Hamani C, Ibrahim GM, Kiss Z, Meng Y,  Sankar T, Weise L. 2021. From vision to action:  Canadian leadership in ethics and neurotechnology. Moro E, Polosa M and Hamani C. (eds) International Review of Neurobiology, Vol. 159, pp. 241-273.

Jennifer A. Chandler, et al. “Weighing public health and mental health responses to non-compliance with public health directives in the context of mental illness” in Flood CM, MacDonnell V, Philpott J, Thériault S, Venkatapuram S. (eds), Vulnerable: The law, policy and ethics of COVID-19 (Ottawa University Press, 2020).

Andrew Dawson, Jennifer Chandler, Colin Gavaghan, Wayne Hall and Adrian Carter, “Use of neuropsychiatric evidence as a mitigating factor in sentencing offenders with addictive behaviours” in Vincent, (ed) Neuro-interventions and the law:  Regulating human mental capacity (Oxford University Press, 2020).

Jennifer A. Chandler, “Mental Health Law,” in Erdman, Gruben and Nelson eds, Canadian Health Law and Policy 5th ed. (LexisNexis, 2017).

Jennifer A. Chandler, “The impact of neuroscience in the law:  How perceptions of control and responsibility affect the definition of disability” in Illes J. (ed), Neuroethics: Anticipating the Future (Oxford University Press, 2017).

Jennifer A. Chandler, “Mental Health and Disability in Canadian Law:  Evolving Concepts, Concerns and Responses” in Chandler and Flood (eds), Law and Mind:  Mental Health Law and Policy in Canada (Toronto:  LexisNexis Canada, 2016).

Jennifer A. Chandler and Adam Dodek, “Cognitive enhancement in the courtroom:  What can we learn about the ethics of pharmacological cognitive enhancement by looking at judicial cognition?” in Dubljevic and Jotterand, (eds), Cognitive Enhancement: Ethical and Policy Implications in International Perspectives, New York: Oxford University Press, 2016).

Jennifer A. Chandler, “Mind, Brain and Law:  Issues at the Intersection of Neuroscience, Personal Identity and the Legal System,” in Clausen J. and Levy, N. (eds) Handbook of Neuroethics, (Dordrecht: Springer Publishing, 2015) p. 441-458.

Jennifer A. Chandler, “Legally-coerced consent to treatment in the criminal justice system” in Holmes, D., Perron, A. and Jacob, J.-D. (eds) Power and the Psychiatric Apparatus: Repression, Transformation and Assistance, (Farnham UK: Ashgate Publishing, 2014), pp. 199-216.

Organ Donation and Transplantation

Chandler JA. 2023. Legal responses to religious and other objections to declaration of death by neurologic criteria. In Lewis A and Bernat J (eds), Advances in Neuroethics – Death Determination by Neurologic Criteria:  Areas of Controversy and Consensus, (Springer), pp.305-320.

Jennifer A. Chandler and Vanessa Gruben. 2016.The Ethics of Persuasion:  Evaluating the ethical limits on attempting to persuade families to donate the organs of deceased family members. In Greenberg R., Goldberg A. and Rodriguez-Arias D., eds. Ethics in Pediatric Organ Transplantation (Springer).


Teresa Scassa, Jennifer A. Chandler, Yvan Bedard, Marc Gervais, “Working at the intersection of law and science: Reflections on a fruitful collaboration” in Nicholas Chrisman & Monica Wachowicz, eds., The Added Value of Scientific Networking, (Quebec: Geoide Network, 2012) pp. 47-68.

Ian Kerr, Jennifer Chandler and Timothy Caulfield, “Emerging Health Technologies” in Jocelyn Downie, Timothy Caulfield and Colleen Flood, eds., Canadian Health Law and Policy 4th ed. (Toronto: LexisNexis Canada, 2011), p. 501-538.

Jennifer A. Chandler and Vanessa Gruben, “Information Privacy and the Governmental Collection of Personal Health Information: Proposed Principles for the Health Information Registry under the Assisted Human Reproduction Act.” in Regis and Khouri eds. Les grands défis en droit et politiques de la santé/The Grand Challenges in Health Law and Policy, (Montreal: Éditions Yvon Blais/Thomson Reuters, 2010), pp. 107-164.

Jennifer A. Chandler, “Harmful Information: Negligence Liability for Incorrect Information,” Short Note in R. Devillers and H. Goodchild, Spatial Data Quality: From Process to Decisions (Boca Raton: CRC Press, 2010), pp. 221-222.

Jennifer A. Chandler, “Personal Privacy versus National Security: Clarifying and Reframing the Trade-off” in Kerr, Lucock and Steeves, eds. On the Identity Trail: Anonymity, Privacy and Identity in a Networked Society, (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 2009) pp. 121-138.

Jennifer A. Chandler, “Contracting Insecurity: Software License Terms that Undermine Cybersecurity,” in A. M. Matwyshyn, ed. Harboring Data: Information Security, Law and the Corporation, (Palo Alto, California: Stanford Univ. Press, 2009), pp. 159-201.

Jennifer A. Chandler, Khalil el-Khatib, Morad Benyoucef, Gregor von Bochmann and Carlisle Adams, “Legal Challenges of Online Reputation Systems,” in Ronggong Song, Larry Korba and George Yee, eds, Trust in eServices: Technologies, Practices and Challenges, (Hershey PA: IGI Publishing, 2007) pp. 84-111.

Jennifer Chandler, “Improving Software Security: A Discussion of Liability for Unreasonably Insecure Software,” in Anupam Chander, Lauren Gelman and Margaret Jane Radin eds., Securing Privacy in the Internet Age (Stanford CA: Stanford University Press, 2007) p. 155-186.