Snow, Dave. (2018). Assisted Reproduction Policy in Canada: Framing, Federalism, and Failure. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Morton, F.L., and Dave Snow. (2018). Law, Politics, and the Judicial Process in Canada. 4th edition. Calgary: University of Calgary Press.
PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Snow, Dave. (2017). “Litigating Parentage: Equality Rights, LGBTQ Mobilization and Ontario’s All Families Are Equal Act.” Canadian Journal of Law and Society 32 (3): 329-348.
Knopff, Rainer, Rhonda Evans, Dennis Baker, and Dave Snow. (2017). “Dialogue: Clarified and Reconsidered.” Osgoode Hall Law Journal 54 (2): 605-640.
Baylis, Françoise, Alana Cattapan, and Dave Snow. (2017). “Editorial Misconduct.” Public Affairs Quarterly 31 (2): 143-155.
Cattapan, Alana, and Dave Snow. (2017). “Everything and Nothing: Regulating Embryo Research in Canada.” New Genetics and Society 36 (1): 46-65.
Snow, Dave. (2016). “Measuring Parentage Policy in the Canadian Provinces: A Comparative Framework.” Canadian Public Administration 59 (1): 5-25.
Snow, Dave. (2016). “Criminalising Commercial Surrogacy in Canada and Australia: The Political Construction of ‘National Consensus’.” Australian Journal of Political Science 50 (4): 1-15.
Snow, Dave, and Mark S. Harding. (2015). “From Normative Debates to Comparative Methodology: The Three Waves of Post-Charter Supreme Court Scholarship in Canada.” American Review of Canadian Studies 45 (4): 451-466.
Cattapan, Alana, and Dave Snow. (2015) “Of Research and Reproduction: Defining Embryo ‘Research’ in Canada.” Monash Bioethics Review 33 (4): 379-395.
Snow, Dave, Françoise Baylis, and Jocelyn Downie. (2015). “Why the Government of Canada Won’t Regulate Assisted Human Reproduction: A Modern Mystery.” McGill Journal of Law and Health 9 (1): 1-15.
Snow, Dave, Alana Cattapan, and Françoise Baylis. (2015). “Contesting Estimates of Cryopreserved Embryos in the United States.” Nature Biotechnology 33 (9): 909.
Snow, Dave. (2015). “Blunting the Edge: Federalism, Criminal Law, and the Importance of Legislative History after the Reference re Assisted Human Reproduction Act.” University of British Columbia Law Review 48 (2): 541-592.
Snow, Dave. (2015). “Explaining a Policy Failure: Policy Framing, Federalism, and Assisted Reproductive Technologies in Canada.” Canadian Public Policy 41 (2): 124-136.
Snow, Dave. (2014). “Reproductive Autonomy and the Evolving Family in the Supreme Court of Canada: Implications for Assisted Reproductive Technologies.” Journal of Canadian Studies 48 (1): 153-189.
Baylis, Françoise, Jocelyn Downie, and Dave Snow. (2014). “Fake it Till You Make it: Policymaking and Assisted Human Reproduction in Canada.” Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada 36 (6): 510-512.
Snow, Dave. (2012). “The Judicialization of Assisted Reproductive Technology Policy in Canada: Decentralization, Medicalization, and Mandatory Regulation.” Canadian Journal of Law and Society, 27 (2): 169-188.
Snow, Dave, and Benjamin Moffitt. (2012). “Straddling the Divide: Mainstream Populism and Conservatism in Howard’s Australia and Harper’s Canada.” Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 50(3): 271-292.
Snow, Dave, and Kate Puddister. (2018, forthcoming). “Closing a Door but Opening a Policy Window: Legislating Assisted Dying in Canada.” Policy Change, Courts, and the Canadian Constitution, Emmett Macfarlane (ed). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Snow, Dave. 2016. “‘Just Like a Man Does’: Gender, Sexual Orientation, and Autonomy in Mad Men.” In Mad Men: The Death And Redemption Of American Democracy, Sara MacDonald and Andrew Moores (eds). Lanham: Lexington Books, 87-104.
PEER REVIEWED POLICY PAPERS
Snow, Dave, and Rainer Knopff. (2012). Assisted Reproduction Policy in Federal States: What Canada Should Learn from Australia. School of Public Policy Research Papers 5.12 (April): 1-28.
NON-PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES
Snow, Dave, and Alana Cattapan. (2015). “Editorial: Biobanking Eggs and Embryos for Research.” Monash Bioethics Review 33 (4): 231-237.
Cattapan, Alana, Samantha Copeland, and Dave Snow. (2015). “Meeting Report: Biobanking Eggs and Embryos for Research.” Society for the Social History of Medicine Gazette, 68 (February): 6-7
Knopff, Rainer, and Dave Snow. (2013). ‘Harper’s New Rules’ for Government Formation: Fact or Fiction? Canadian Parliamentary Review 36 (1): 18-27.
Snow, David. (2009). Notwithstanding the Override: Path Dependence, Section 33, and the Charter. Innovations: A Journal of Politics, 8 (1): 1-15.
Snow, Dave. (2013). Review of Governing from the Bench: The Supreme Court of Canada and the Judicial Role. Emmett Macfarlane. Canadian Journal of Political Science 46 (4): 983-985.
Snow, Dave. (2012). Review of Democratizing the Constitution: Reforming Responsible Government. Peter Aucoin, Mark D. Jarvis, and Lori Turnbull. Canadian Public Policy 38 (1): 114-115.
Helin, Calvin, and Dave Snow. (2010). Free to Learn: Giving Aboriginal Youth Control over Their Post-Secondary Education. Macdonald-Laurier Institute for Public Policy.
Snow, Dave. (2009). Ending Saskatchewan’s Prohibition-Era Approach to Liquor Stores. Frontier Centre for Public Policy. FCPP Policy Series 70 (September).
Snow, David. (2008). A Roof Over Our Heads 2008: Affordable Housing and Homelessness Policy in Canada. Canada West Foundation.
Snow, Dave. (2015). “Manufacturing Consensus on Commercial Surrogacy in Canada.” Impact Ethics.
Snow, Dave. (2014). “Why Create Policy for Assisted Reproductive Technology?” IPAC Impact.
Snow, Dave. (2014). “A Nudge Too Far.” Impact Ethics.
Snow, Dave. (2010). “Scaling Back the Federal Criminal Law Power: Justice Cromwell Splits the Difference in Reference re Assisted Human Reproduction Act.” The Court.
Snow, Dave. (2008). “R. v. D.B. – Protecting Youth Rights or Tinkering with Compromise?” The Court.