Dr. Erin Crandall
Associate ProfessorLegal Studies Coordinator
Ph.D. (McGill), M.A. (UBC), B.A. Hons (STU)
2019. What’s Trending in Canadian Politics? Understanding Transformations in Power, Media, and the Public Sphere. Edited by Mireille Lalancette, Vincent Raynauld and Erin Crandall. Vancouver: UBC Press.
2020. “Public opinion toward non-party campaign spending in the UK and Canada,” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 1-20. With Andrea Lawlor.
2018. “Judicial Discretion as Political Choice: The Supreme Court of Canada’s Costs Awarding Power,” Canadian Journal of Political Science 51(4): 929-47. With Emmanuelle Richez.
2018. “Policy versus Practice: Third Party Behaviour in Canadian Elections,” Canadian Public Administration 61(2): 246-65. With Andrea Lawlor.
2018. "Comparing Third Party Policy Frameworks: Regulating Third Party Electoral Finance in Canada and the United Kingdom," Public Policy and Administration 33(3): 332-53. With Andrea Lawlor.
2017. "The Politics of Judicial Appointment: Do Party Connections Impede the Appointment of Women to Canada’s Federally Appointed Courts?" Canadian Journal of Political Science 50(3): 823-47. With Andrea Lawlor.
2015. “Questioning Judges with a Questionable Process: An Analysis of Committee Appearances by Canadian Supreme Court Candidates,” Canadian Journal of Political Science 48(4): 863-83. With Andrea Lawlor.
2015.“Defeat and Ambiguity: The Pursuit of Judicial Selection Reform for the Supreme Court of Canada,” Queen’s Law Journal 41(1): 73-104.
2015. “Courting Controversy: Evaluating Canadian Parliamentary Review of Supreme Court Candidates,” Canadian Parliamentary Review 38(4): 35-43. With Andrea Lawlor.
2014.“Does the System of Judicial Appointment Matter? Exploring Women’s Representation on Ontario’s Courts,” Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 26(2): 185-205.
2014. “Third Party Election Spending in Canada and the United Kingdom: A Comparative Analysis,” Election Law Journal 13(4): 476-92. With Andrea Lawlor.
2013. “Committee Performance in the Senate of Canada: Some Sobering Analysis for the Chamber of ‘Sober Second Thought’,” Commonwealth and Comparative Politics 51(4): 549-68. With Andrea Lawlor.
2011. “Understanding Third Party Advertising: An Analysis of the 2004, 2006 and 2008 Canadian Elections,” Canadian Public Administration 54(4): 509-29. With Andrea Lawlor.
2020. “Party Fundraisers” in Alex Marland and Thierry Giasson, eds., Inside the Campaign: Managing Elections in Canada (Vancouver: UBC Press), 111-122. With Michael Roy.
2019. “Competing Diversities: Representing ‘Canada’ on the Supreme Court” in Elizabeth Goodyear-Grant and Kyle Hanniman, eds., Canada: The State of the Federation 2017, Canada at 150: Federalism and Democratic Renewal (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press). With Robert Schertzer.
2019. “Covering the Court: News Media Framing of Physician-Assisted Dying from Rodriguez to Carter” in Mireille Lalancette, Vincent Raynauld, and Erin Crandall, eds., What’s Trending In Canadian Politics? Understanding Transformations in Power, Media, and the Public Sphere (Vancouver: UBC Press), 237-56. With Kate Puddister and Mark Daku.
2018. “Third Party Policy and Electoral Participation after Harper v. Canada: A Triumph of Egalitarianism?” in Emmett Macfarlane, ed., Policy Change, Courts, and the Canadian Constitution (Toronto: University of Toronto Press), 210-29. With Andrea Lawlor.
2018. “Supreme Court Judges: Traditional Elite Roles in a Digital Age” in Alex Marland, Thierry Giasson, and Andrea Lawlor, eds., Political Elites in Canada: Power and Influence in Instantaneous Times (Vancouver: UBC Press), 128-48.
2016. “DIY 101: The Constitutional Entrenchment of the Supreme Court of Canada” in Emmett Macfarlane, ed., Constitutional Amendment in Canada (Toronto: University of Toronto Press), 211-27.
2015. “Intergovernmental Relations and the Supreme Court of Canada: The Changing Place of the Provinces in Judicial Selection Reform,” in Nadia Verrelli, ed., The Democratic Dilemma: Reforming Canada's Supreme Court (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press), 71-85.