Chambers, L. “Property Law Reform, Married Couples and Fraud”. In Essays in the History of Canadian Law Volume 12: Upper and Lower Canada, ed. Blaine Baker. (Osgoode Society for Legal History and the University of Toronto Press, forthcoming, 2013).
Chambers, L. “Married Women and Businesses”, Ontario History CIV (2) (fall 2012), 45-62.
Chambers, L. “Canadian Legal History: Recent Publications”, Acadiensis XLI (1) (spring 2012), 247-256.
Socha, T., Chambers, L., Zahaf, M., Abraham, R. and Fiddler, T. “Food Accessibility in a Northern First Nation Community”, Journal of Aboriginal Health, 8 (2) (March 2012), 5-14.
Chambers, L. “Newborn Adoption: Birth Mothers, Genetic Fathers and Reproductive Autonomy”. Canadian Journal of Family Law, 26 (2) (fall 2010-printed in 2011), 339-394.
Socha, T., Chambers, L., Zahaf, M., Abraham, R. and Fiddler, T. “Food Availability, Food Store Management and Food Pricing in a Northern First Nation Community”, Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 1 No. 11 (July 2011), 49-61.
Wren, H., and Chambers, L. “Breastfeeding in Cambodia: Mother Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices”, World Health and Population, Vol. 13 No. 1 (summer 2011), 17-29.
Roth, J., & Chambers, L. (eds). Is It Just?, (University of Toronto Press, 2010).
Chambers, L. “In the Name of the Father: Children, Names and the Law in English Canada”, University of British Columbia Law Review 43 (1) (September 2010), 1-45.
Chambers, L. “Women’s Work, Relationship Breakdown and the Division of Farm Property”, Canadian Journal of Law and Society 25 (10) (spring 2010), 75-96. This article won the prize as the best English language article published in Canadian Journal of Law and Society in 2010.
Chambers, L. “Social Workers, Courts and the Interpretation of the Ontario Children of Unmarried Parents Act”. In Jim Phillips, R. Roy McMurtry and John Saywell. (eds). Essays in the History of Canadian Law: In Memory of Peter Oliver. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press/Osgoode Society Press, 2008).
Chambers, L. Misconceptions: Unmarried Motherhood and the Ontario Children of Unmarried Parents Act, 1921-1969. (University of Toronto Press/Osgoode Society Press, 2007). Recipient of Alison Prentice Award as best book in Canadian Women’s History, 2008.
Chambers, L. “Unprincipled Exclusions: Transgender Jurisprudence, Feminist Theory and Kimberly Nixon”, Canadian Journal of Women and the Law. Vol. 19 No. 2 (2007).
Chambers, L. “Unwed Mothers, The Children’s Aid Society, Adoption and the Rhetoric of Choice in Ontario, 1921-1969”, Ontario History XCVII (2) (fall 2006), 161-182.