JC Smith was appointed to the Faculty of Law in 1961 and promoted to professor in 1969. He was Visiting Parson’s Professor, University of Sydney and guest professor at Osaka University. He was called to the Bar of British Columbia in 1965. He was director of the UBC Faculty of Law Artificial Intelligence Research (FLAIR) Project from 1989 to 2002.
Darwin’s, Nietzsche’s, and Freud’s Legacy (or What the Neuroscience of the Lateralized Brain Might Tell Us about Living with Death in the 21st Century), in the “New Directions in the Psychology of Death and Dying” session of the Conference on “Reshaping Our Journey to the End – Death, Dying and Bereavement in 21st Century America” held at Columbia University, April 24th, 2012. PowerPoint presentation available here.
Darwin And Freud After Derrida: Is A Postmodern Sociobiogy Now Possible? - PowerPoint presentation available here.
Legal Obligation (1976) Athlone Press of the University of London and University of Toronto Press
Sexual Dialectics, Self Reflection and the Evolution of the Soul