Faculty Research & Directory

The  Peter A. Allard School of Law is home to approximately 45 full-time professors, many of whom are recognized internationally for their groundbreaking work in diverse areas of law, from human rights and sustainability to Aboriginal and family law. Faculty publish in the world’s leading journals, produce books that have global influence, and present at conferences and meetings around the world. The research emerging from the Allard School of Law has been cited by courts and policymakers across the world and is regularly recognized through major awards and honours in both Canada and beyond.

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Common research interests include: Aboriginal Law, Administrative Law, Asian Legal Systems, Children & the Law, Civil Procedure & Evidence, Comparative Law, Private International Law, Constitutional Law, Contracts, Corporate / Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Disability Law, Dispute Resolution, Environmental Law / Natural Resources Law, European Law, Family Law, Feminist Legal Studies, Globalization & Law, Health Law, Human Rights, Insolvency Law, Intellectual Property, International Law (Public), Labour Law, Law & Culture, Law & Economics, Legal History, Law & Literature, Legal Profession, Legal Theory, Migration Law, Refugee Law, Citizenship Law, Property Law, Regulatory Design and Governance, Sexuality & Law, Social Welfare & Law, Tax Law, Torts, Trusts & Succession

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