“When Women Seek Legal Protection from Violence, Who Keeps Them Safe?” The Tyee, March 7, 2020
“Don’t Just Remember the Massacred Women. Work for Change” The Tyee, December 6, 2018
“Call Bill 62 What it is: Hate Legislation” The Winnipeg Free Press, November 1, 2017
“Values Charter runs contrary to gender equality” The Montreal Gazette, November 13, 2013
“After Kenya’s Landmark rape decision, all eyes on the police” The Globe and Mail August, 6 2011
"The Opioid Crisis as Health Crisis, Not Criminal Crisis: Implications for the Criminal Justice System" (2020) 43:1 Dal LJ 281.
“A Bad Deal: British Columbia’s Emphasis on Deterrence and Increasing Prison Sentences for Street-Level Fentanyl Traffickers” (2018) 41:3 Manitoba Law Journal
“The Laws in Relation to Domestic Workers in Ghana” (2015) University of Ghana Law Journal
Thesis: “The Opioid Crisis as Health Crisis, Not Criminal Crisis: Implications for the Criminal Justice System, 2018
“Decolonizing Family Law through Trauma-Informed Practices” Myrna McCallum and Haley Hrymak (January 2022)
“Are We Ready to Change? Keeping Women and Children Safe in BC’s Family Law System.” Zara Suleman, Haley Hrymak, & Kim Hawkins (May 2021)
“Family Violence & Family Law Brief: Executive Summary of Why Can't Everyone Just Get Along?" Issue #2, (March 2021)
"Why Can't Everyone Just Get Along? How BC's Family Law System Puts Survivors in Danger" Haley Hrymak & Kim Hawkins (January 2021)
In the Media
Dalhousie Law Journal Podcast
On this episode of "The Dalhousie Law Journal Podcast" I describe my recent paper, "The Opioid Crisis as Health Crisis, Not Criminal Crisis: Implications for the Criminal Justice System." I explain the problems that arise in the current system, particularly the harms faced by opioid users, and considerations for future policy design.