Dagmar Soennecken

School of Public Policy and Administration
Department of Social Science

Associate Professor
Graduate Program Director, Master of Public Policy, Administration and Law

Office: McLaughlin College, 136
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 33408
Emaildsoennec@yorku.ca
Primary websitewww.yorku.ca/dsoennec/

Dagmar Soennecken’s research focuses on comparative politics and public policy in the EU and North America. She is particularly interested in questions concerning law and the courts as well as citizenship and migration.

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Dagmar Soennecken holds a BA (Hons.) in Political Science and Law from Carleton University, an MA in Political Science (with a concentration in Women’s Studies) and a Ph.D. (2009) from the University of Toronto, and has twice been a Visiting Scholar at the Centre for European and International Aliens and Asylum Law at the University of Konstanz, Germany. For the 2006/07 academic year, she was a Visiting Study Fellow at the University of Oxford’s Refugee Studies Centre (RSC). In the summer of 2013 and 2015, she held the Canadian Guest Professorship at the University of Kiel, Germany. She has also been a recurring visiting scholar at the Migration and Integration Studies Centre (IMIS) and at the Jean Monnet Centre for Excellence (JMCE) in European Studies in Osnabrück, Germany. Dagmar’s research focuses on comparative politics and public policy in the EU and North America. She is particularly interested in questions concerning law and the courts as well as citizenship and migration. Before entering the PhD program at the University of Toronto, Dagmar participated in the Ontario Legislature Internship Programme (OLIP) at Queen’s Park in Toronto. Prior to moving to Canada in 1992, Dagmar worked for a German public health insurance body (AOK Düsseldorf). In 2011-12, Dagmar was nominated for 2 teaching awards: The Faculty of Graduate Studies Teaching Award and the Ian Greene Award for Teaching Excellence.

Degrees

PhD, University of Toronto
MA Political Science (Concentration in Women's Studies), University of Toronto
BA (Hons) Law + Political Science, Carleton University

Professional Leadership

Ontario Legislature Internship Programme. Admissions Committee Member, 2009-10; 2013-14. Law & Society Association, Graduate Student Paper Prize Committee, 2012-13; Law & Society Review, Reviewer. Refuge, Reviewer. Demokratizatsiya, Reviewer. Journal of Ethnic & Migration Studies, Reviewer.

Research Interests

Politics and Government , Policy , Comparative law and politics, law and society, Migration (esp. refugees) and citizenship, national security, gender, social movements, First Nations

Selected Publications

“Mobilizing European Law,“ Journal of European Public Policy (May 2017), co-authored with Lisa Conant (Denver), Andreas Hofmann (Gotenburg), Lisa Vanhala (UCL). http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13501763.2017.1329846

The Paradox of Docket Control: Empowering Judges, Frustrating Refugees, Law & Policy , October 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/lapo.12062

"Shifting Back and Up: The European Turn in Canadian Refugee Policy," Comparative Migration Studies , vol. 2 no. 1 (2014): 102-122. http://dx.doi.org/10.5117/CMS2014.1.SOEN

“The Managerialization of Refugee Determinations in Canada,” Droit et Société (special issue: „ Rationalité juridique vs. rationalité managériale?” ed. Christine Rothmayr Allison) no. 84 (2013/2), 291-311. https://www.cairn.info/revue-droit-et-societe-2013-2-page-291.htm

Current Research Projects

Courts and Refugees in the UK: Juristocracy Reconsidered

Summary: 
British courts have become more and more involved in various aspects of refugee determinations (particularly in the review of deportations) and other increasingly important areas covered by the European Convention on Human Rights. As a result, the British Executive (through Parliament) has responded by attempting to limit the scope of judicial review available to British courts in these cases.


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
AK Junior Faculty Fund

Empowered Courts and the Fate of Refugees Compared

Summary: 
Many advanced industrialized countries have dramatically reduced refugee claimants’ access to domestic courts in recent decades. The object of this study is it to show that judicial power over the fate of refugees in two key refugee receiving countries - Canada and Germany - has grown at the same time.


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
AK Junior Faculty Fund

Building a New EU Citizenship: Migration and Integration in Germany and the European Union

Description: 
Conference, funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). To be held in 2010 and 2011, funding jointly held with Prof. Willem Maas.

Project Type: Funded
Collaborator: Willem Maas
Collaborator Institution: York University
Funders: 
DAAD + CCGES

European Centre of Excellence

Summary: 
The European Union Centre of Excellence (EUCE) was established at York University in the Fall of 2009 with the receipt of a grant from the European Commission in Brussels.

Description: 
The European Union Centre of Excellence (EUCE) was established at York University in the Fall of 2009 with the receipt of a grant from the European Commission in Brussels. Housed at York’s Canadian Centre for German and European Studies, the EUCE at York has as its twin aims the integration of York University’s existing research, teaching, outreach, and networking activities on Europe and the EU and the introduction and facilitation of new activities, at York and in the wider region, promoting knowledge and understanding of the EU and the importance of the EU-Canada relationship. During the grant period of 2009-2012, the EUCE at York will coordinate a variety of activities focused on aspects of EU policy and EU-Canada relations. Among the planned activities are a number of academic research conferences, workshops and seminars related to issues salient to EU-Canada matters in the areas of law and business as well as outreach activities intended to engage the broader public (including high school students).

Project Type: Funded
Role: Co-applicant, Board Member

Funders: 
European Commission

Conference: Adversarial legalism à l’Européen, April 28-29, 2011

Summary: 
On April 28 and 29, 2011, EUCE York, in cooperation with York’s Centre for Public Policy & Law (YCPPL), Office of the Principal, Glendon College, the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, the Office of the Vice-President Academic and Provost and the Law and Society Program in the Department of Social Science, are pleased to present “Adversarial legalism à l’Européen”, a two-day conference which will bring together younger and more established scholars from the EU, the United States and Canada who are working on law and politics in a comparative context.

Description: 
The panels will explore the recent interest in the growth of the “American way of doing law” in different policy areas and countries in Europe and beyond. European governance, argue some scholars, is being transformed by a dramatic rise in litigation that has brought with it an expansion of EU rights, empowerment of national and EU level courts and better access to justice for private litigants. The consequences of an American-style adversarial legalism to Europe and beyond are far from clear. Not only that, other scholars dispute the assessment, arguing that entrenched European legal culture and the political organization impede a movement towards an American-style of law and litigation there. The opening address and plenary session will take place in the afternoon of Thursday, April 28, 2011, followed by a welcoming reception and dinner. Prof. Dan Kelemen (Jean Monnet Chair and Director, Centre for European Studies at Rutgers University) has agreed to give the opening address. This will be based on his new book, Eurolegalism: The Transformation of Law and Regulation in the European Union, a recent publication of Harvard University Press. Friday, April 29, 2011 will see panels run all day. The workshop will be held at Glendon College, York University’s bilingual (and picturesque) campus. For details: http://euce.apps01.yorku.ca/2011/03/conference-adversarial-legalism-a-leuropeen-april-28-30-2011/

Project Type: Funded
Role: Main Organizer


Start Date:  Month: Apr  Year: 2011
End Date:  Month: Apr  Year: 2011

Funders: 
York, EU Centre of Excellence
York, Centre for Public Policy & Law
York, LAPS, Office of the Dean
York, Office of the Vice-President Academic and Provost
York, LAPS, Department of Social Science (Law & Society Program)
York, Glendon, Office of the Principal

Securitization in the EU: Legal and Policy Implications for Canada, Dec 2/3, 2011

Description: 
How have states balanced the goal of collective security with that of upholding individual rights? What factors have shaped the different policy choices in North America vs. Europe? What role have courts and international human rights norms played in these insecure times? Securitization, argue many scholars, has also adversely affected the way in which advanced industrialized states make immigration and asylum policy, in particular with respect to deportation and detentions. At the same time that humanitarian protection and liberal immigration policies are under threat, human smuggling and trafficking is on the rise, reflecting a contradiction between the tough restrictionist rhetoric and the reality on the ground. This Workshop will focus on matters related to law and security in the EU, and will necessarily intersect with criminal law enforcement and human rights constraints.

Project Type: Funded
Role: Main Organizer


Start Date:  Month: Dec  Year: 2011
End Date:  Month: Dec  Year: 2011

Funders: 
York, EU Centre of Excellence
DAAD
York, Nathanson Centre

Immigration Policies in Comparison

Summary: 
This research project, housed at the Social Science Research Centre (WZB) in Berlin, compares immigration policies across all OECD countries from 1980 to 2010. It is funded by the German Science Foundation (DFG) from 2011 to 2015 and headed by Dr. Marc Helbling.


Project Type: Funded
Role: collaborating country expert

Collaborator: Dr. Marc Helbling
Collaborator Institution: Social Science Research Centre (WZB), Berlin
Collaborator Role: principal investigator

Funders: 
WZB

Legal Mobilization in Germany and EU: The Transformation of Governance


Project Type: Funded

Start Date:  Month: Jan  Year: 2013
End Date:  Month: Dec  Year: 2013

Funders: 
York SSHRC Small Grants

Selected Publications

“Mobilizing European Law,“ Journal of European Public Policy (May 2017), co-authored with Lisa Conant (Denver), Andreas Hofmann (Gotenburg), Lisa Vanhala (UCL). http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13501763.2017.1329846

The Paradox of Docket Control: Empowering Judges, Frustrating Refugees, Law & Policy , October 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/lapo.12062

"Shifting Back and Up: The European Turn in Canadian Refugee Policy," Comparative Migration Studies , vol. 2 no. 1 (2014): 102-122. http://dx.doi.org/10.5117/CMS2014.1.SOEN

“The Managerialization of Refugee Determinations in Canada,” Droit et Société (special issue: „ Rationalité juridique vs. rationalité managériale?” ed. Christine Rothmayr Allison) no. 84 (2013/2), 291-311. https://www.cairn.info/revue-droit-et-societe-2013-2-page-291.htm

All Publications

Book Chapters

Germany and the Janus Face of Immigration Federalism: Devolution vs. Centralization, in: Sasha Baglay and Delphine Nackache (eds.) Immigration Regulation in Federal States: Challenges and Responses in Comparative Perspective , Springer: March, 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-8604-1_8

Journal Articles

“Mobilizing European Law,“ Journal of European Public Policy (May 2017), co-authored with Lisa Conant (Denver), Andreas Hofmann (Gotenburg), Lisa Vanhala (UCL). http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13501763.2017.1329846

The Paradox of Docket Control: Empowering Judges, Frustrating Refugees, Law & Policy , October 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/lapo.12062

"Shifting Back and Up: The European Turn in Canadian Refugee Policy," Comparative Migration Studies , vol. 2 no. 1 (2014): 102-122. http://dx.doi.org/10.5117/CMS2014.1.SOEN

“Extending Hospitality? History, Courts and the Executive,” in Studies in Law, Politics and Society , ed. Austin Sarat (special issue: Who belongs? Immigration, Citizenship and the Constitution of Legality), vol. 60 (2013) 85-109. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/S1059-4337(2013)0000060008

“The Managerialization of Refugee Determinations in Canada,” Droit et Société (special issue: „ Rationalité juridique vs. rationalité managériale?” ed. Christine Rothmayr Allison) no. 84 (2013/2), 291-311. https://www.cairn.info/revue-droit-et-societe-2013-2-page-291.htm

"The Growing Influence of the Courts over the Fate of Refugees.” Review of European and Russian Affairs. Vol. 4, Issue 2/ 2008 55-88. https://ojs.library.carleton.ca/index.php/rera/article/view/199

Dagmar Soennecken and Ulf Häußler. Tagung “Menschenhandel - Frauenhandel - organisierte Kriminalität.” Zeitschrift für Ausländerrecht 2002, 39. (Dagmar Soennecken and Ulf Häußler. Conference Report “Human Trafficking, Trafficking in Women – organized Criminality,” D. Soennecken 2002, 39.

Professional Journal Articles

“Commentary: Merkel’s Integration Rhetoric.” European Union Centres of Excellence Newsletter Vol. 5, Issue 1 (winter 2010): 5.

Book Reviews

Review of Carceral Spaces: Mobility and Agency in Imprisonment and Migrant Detention, eds. D. Moran, Nick Gill and Deirdre Conclon, Ashgate, 2013, in Law and Politics Book Review (American Political Science Association, APSA). http://www.lpbr.net/2015/05/carceral-spaces-mobility-and-agency-in.html

Review of Constitutional Life and Europe’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, by Alun Howard Gibbs, Ashgate, 2011, in Law and Politics Book Review (APSA) Vol. 23 No. 10 (Oct, special issue) http://www.lpbr.net/2013/10/constitutional-life-and-europes-area-of.html

Soennecken, D. “Becoming a Citizen: Incorporating Immigrants and Refugees in the United States and Canada, Irene Bloemraad.” Law and Politics Book Review. Vol 17. No. 1 (Jan 15, 2007) 40-43. http://www.lawcourts.org/LPBR/reviews/bloemraad0107.htm

Soennecken, D. ”Complying with Europe: EU Harmonization and Soft Law in the Member States, ed. Gerda Falkner et. al.” Law and Politics Book Review. Vol 15. No. 10 (October 12 2005) 896-899.

Research Reports

Soennecken, D. “National Report: Canada.” In Kay Hailbronner (ed.), Study of the Asylum Single Procedure (“One-Stop-Shop”) Against the Background of the Common European Asylum System and the Goal of a Common Asylum Procedure. Study carried out on behalf of the European Commission (Directorate General for Justice and Home Affairs), 2002.

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 AP/PPAS4070 6.0  Sociology of Law SEMR  


Dagmar Soennecken’s research focuses on comparative politics and public policy in the EU and North America. She is particularly interested in questions concerning law and the courts as well as citizenship and migration.


Dagmar Soennecken holds a BA (Hons.) in Political Science and Law from Carleton University, an MA in Political Science (with a concentration in Women’s Studies) and a Ph.D. (2009) from the University of Toronto, and has twice been a Visiting Scholar at the Centre for European and International Aliens and Asylum Law at the University of Konstanz, Germany. For the 2006/07 academic year, she was a Visiting Study Fellow at the University of Oxford’s Refugee Studies Centre (RSC). In the summer of 2013 and 2015, she held the Canadian Guest Professorship at the University of Kiel, Germany. She has also been a recurring visiting scholar at the Migration and Integration Studies Centre (IMIS) and at the Jean Monnet Centre for Excellence (JMCE) in European Studies in Osnabrück, Germany. Dagmar’s research focuses on comparative politics and public policy in the EU and North America. She is particularly interested in questions concerning law and the courts as well as citizenship and migration. Before entering the PhD program at the University of Toronto, Dagmar participated in the Ontario Legislature Internship Programme (OLIP) at Queen’s Park in Toronto. Prior to moving to Canada in 1992, Dagmar worked for a German public health insurance body (AOK Düsseldorf). In 2011-12, Dagmar was nominated for 2 teaching awards: The Faculty of Graduate Studies Teaching Award and the Ian Greene Award for Teaching Excellence.

Degrees

PhD, University of Toronto
MA Political Science (Concentration in Women's Studies), University of Toronto
BA (Hons) Law + Political Science, Carleton University

Professional Leadership

Ontario Legislature Internship Programme. Admissions Committee Member, 2009-10; 2013-14. Law & Society Association, Graduate Student Paper Prize Committee, 2012-13; Law & Society Review, Reviewer. Refuge, Reviewer. Demokratizatsiya, Reviewer. Journal of Ethnic & Migration Studies, Reviewer.

Research Interests:

Politics and Government , Policy , Immigration , Comparative law and politics, law and society, Migration (esp. refugees) and citizenship, national security, gender, social movements, First Nations

Current Research Projects

Courts and Refugees in the UK: Juristocracy Reconsidered

Summary: 
British courts have become more and more involved in various aspects of refugee determinations (particularly in the review of deportations) and other increasingly important areas covered by the European Convention on Human Rights. As a result, the British Executive (through Parliament) has responded by attempting to limit the scope of judicial review available to British courts in these cases.


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
AK Junior Faculty Fund

Empowered Courts and the Fate of Refugees Compared

Summary: 
Many advanced industrialized countries have dramatically reduced refugee claimants’ access to domestic courts in recent decades. The object of this study is it to show that judicial power over the fate of refugees in two key refugee receiving countries - Canada and Germany - has grown at the same time.


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
AK Junior Faculty Fund

Building a New EU Citizenship: Migration and Integration in Germany and the European Union

Description: 
Conference, funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). To be held in 2010 and 2011, funding jointly held with Prof. Willem Maas.

Project Type: Funded
Collaborator: Willem Maas
Collaborator Institution: York University
Funders: 
DAAD + CCGES

European Centre of Excellence

Summary: 
The European Union Centre of Excellence (EUCE) was established at York University in the Fall of 2009 with the receipt of a grant from the European Commission in Brussels.

Description: 
The European Union Centre of Excellence (EUCE) was established at York University in the Fall of 2009 with the receipt of a grant from the European Commission in Brussels. Housed at York’s Canadian Centre for German and European Studies, the EUCE at York has as its twin aims the integration of York University’s existing research, teaching, outreach, and networking activities on Europe and the EU and the introduction and facilitation of new activities, at York and in the wider region, promoting knowledge and understanding of the EU and the importance of the EU-Canada relationship. During the grant period of 2009-2012, the EUCE at York will coordinate a variety of activities focused on aspects of EU policy and EU-Canada relations. Among the planned activities are a number of academic research conferences, workshops and seminars related to issues salient to EU-Canada matters in the areas of law and business as well as outreach activities intended to engage the broader public (including high school students).

Project Type: Funded
Role: Co-applicant, Board Member

Funders: 
European Commission

Conference: Adversarial legalism à l’Européen, April 28-29, 2011

Summary: 
On April 28 and 29, 2011, EUCE York, in cooperation with York’s Centre for Public Policy & Law (YCPPL), Office of the Principal, Glendon College, the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, the Office of the Vice-President Academic and Provost and the Law and Society Program in the Department of Social Science, are pleased to present “Adversarial legalism à l’Européen”, a two-day conference which will bring together younger and more established scholars from the EU, the United States and Canada who are working on law and politics in a comparative context.

Description: 
The panels will explore the recent interest in the growth of the “American way of doing law” in different policy areas and countries in Europe and beyond. European governance, argue some scholars, is being transformed by a dramatic rise in litigation that has brought with it an expansion of EU rights, empowerment of national and EU level courts and better access to justice for private litigants. The consequences of an American-style adversarial legalism to Europe and beyond are far from clear. Not only that, other scholars dispute the assessment, arguing that entrenched European legal culture and the political organization impede a movement towards an American-style of law and litigation there. The opening address and plenary session will take place in the afternoon of Thursday, April 28, 2011, followed by a welcoming reception and dinner. Prof. Dan Kelemen (Jean Monnet Chair and Director, Centre for European Studies at Rutgers University) has agreed to give the opening address. This will be based on his new book, Eurolegalism: The Transformation of Law and Regulation in the European Union, a recent publication of Harvard University Press. Friday, April 29, 2011 will see panels run all day. The workshop will be held at Glendon College, York University’s bilingual (and picturesque) campus. For details: http://euce.apps01.yorku.ca/2011/03/conference-adversarial-legalism-a-leuropeen-april-28-30-2011/

Project Type: Funded
Role: Main Organizer


Start Date:  Month: Apr  Year: 2011
End Date:  Month: Apr  Year: 2011

Funders: 
York, EU Centre of Excellence
York, Centre for Public Policy & Law
York, LAPS, Office of the Dean
York, Office of the Vice-President Academic and Provost
York, LAPS, Department of Social Science (Law & Society Program)
York, Glendon, Office of the Principal

Securitization in the EU: Legal and Policy Implications for Canada, Dec 2/3, 2011

Description: 
How have states balanced the goal of collective security with that of upholding individual rights? What factors have shaped the different policy choices in North America vs. Europe? What role have courts and international human rights norms played in these insecure times? Securitization, argue many scholars, has also adversely affected the way in which advanced industrialized states make immigration and asylum policy, in particular with respect to deportation and detentions. At the same time that humanitarian protection and liberal immigration policies are under threat, human smuggling and trafficking is on the rise, reflecting a contradiction between the tough restrictionist rhetoric and the reality on the ground. This Workshop will focus on matters related to law and security in the EU, and will necessarily intersect with criminal law enforcement and human rights constraints.

Project Type: Funded
Role: Main Organizer


Start Date:  Month: Dec  Year: 2011
End Date:  Month: Dec  Year: 2011

Funders: 
York, EU Centre of Excellence
DAAD
York, Nathanson Centre

Immigration Policies in Comparison

Summary: 
This research project, housed at the Social Science Research Centre (WZB) in Berlin, compares immigration policies across all OECD countries from 1980 to 2010. It is funded by the German Science Foundation (DFG) from 2011 to 2015 and headed by Dr. Marc Helbling.


Project Type: Funded
Role: collaborating country expert

Collaborator: Dr. Marc Helbling
Collaborator Institution: Social Science Research Centre (WZB), Berlin
Collaborator Role: principal investigator

Funders: 
WZB

Legal Mobilization in Germany and EU: The Transformation of Governance


Project Type: Funded

Start Date:  Month: Jan  Year: 2013
End Date:  Month: Dec  Year: 2013

Funders: 
York SSHRC Small Grants

All Publications

Book Chapters

Germany and the Janus Face of Immigration Federalism: Devolution vs. Centralization, in: Sasha Baglay and Delphine Nackache (eds.) Immigration Regulation in Federal States: Challenges and Responses in Comparative Perspective , Springer: March, 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-8604-1_8

Journal Articles

“Mobilizing European Law,“ Journal of European Public Policy (May 2017), co-authored with Lisa Conant (Denver), Andreas Hofmann (Gotenburg), Lisa Vanhala (UCL). http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13501763.2017.1329846

The Paradox of Docket Control: Empowering Judges, Frustrating Refugees, Law & Policy , October 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/lapo.12062

"Shifting Back and Up: The European Turn in Canadian Refugee Policy," Comparative Migration Studies , vol. 2 no. 1 (2014): 102-122. http://dx.doi.org/10.5117/CMS2014.1.SOEN

“Extending Hospitality? History, Courts and the Executive,” in Studies in Law, Politics and Society , ed. Austin Sarat (special issue: Who belongs? Immigration, Citizenship and the Constitution of Legality), vol. 60 (2013) 85-109. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/S1059-4337(2013)0000060008

“The Managerialization of Refugee Determinations in Canada,” Droit et Société (special issue: „ Rationalité juridique vs. rationalité managériale?” ed. Christine Rothmayr Allison) no. 84 (2013/2), 291-311. https://www.cairn.info/revue-droit-et-societe-2013-2-page-291.htm

"The Growing Influence of the Courts over the Fate of Refugees.” Review of European and Russian Affairs. Vol. 4, Issue 2/ 2008 55-88. https://ojs.library.carleton.ca/index.php/rera/article/view/199

Dagmar Soennecken and Ulf Häußler. Tagung “Menschenhandel - Frauenhandel - organisierte Kriminalität.” Zeitschrift für Ausländerrecht 2002, 39. (Dagmar Soennecken and Ulf Häußler. Conference Report “Human Trafficking, Trafficking in Women – organized Criminality,” D. Soennecken 2002, 39.

Professional Journal Articles

“Commentary: Merkel’s Integration Rhetoric.” European Union Centres of Excellence Newsletter Vol. 5, Issue 1 (winter 2010): 5.

Book Reviews

Review of Carceral Spaces: Mobility and Agency in Imprisonment and Migrant Detention, eds. D. Moran, Nick Gill and Deirdre Conclon, Ashgate, 2013, in Law and Politics Book Review (American Political Science Association, APSA). http://www.lpbr.net/2015/05/carceral-spaces-mobility-and-agency-in.html

Review of Constitutional Life and Europe’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, by Alun Howard Gibbs, Ashgate, 2011, in Law and Politics Book Review (APSA) Vol. 23 No. 10 (Oct, special issue) http://www.lpbr.net/2013/10/constitutional-life-and-europes-area-of.html

Soennecken, D. “Becoming a Citizen: Incorporating Immigrants and Refugees in the United States and Canada, Irene Bloemraad.” Law and Politics Book Review. Vol 17. No. 1 (Jan 15, 2007) 40-43. http://www.lawcourts.org/LPBR/reviews/bloemraad0107.htm

Soennecken, D. ”Complying with Europe: EU Harmonization and Soft Law in the Member States, ed. Gerda Falkner et. al.” Law and Politics Book Review. Vol 15. No. 10 (October 12 2005) 896-899.

Research Reports

Soennecken, D. “National Report: Canada.” In Kay Hailbronner (ed.), Study of the Asylum Single Procedure (“One-Stop-Shop”) Against the Background of the Common European Asylum System and the Goal of a Common Asylum Procedure. Study carried out on behalf of the European Commission (Directorate General for Justice and Home Affairs), 2002.


Teaching:

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall/Winter 2017-2018 AP/PPAS4070 6.0  Sociology of Law SEMR