Staff & Faculty Directory
- Phone: 604 822 0123
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Somi is an Advancement Officer and supports the Development and Alumni Engagement Team.
- Alumni & External Relations
Professor EmeritusView Profile
M.A. (Tony) Hickling was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1972. Professor Hickling taught at University of London, King's College from 1960-66 before joining the Allard School of Law as Associate Professor. He moved to the University of Western Ontario as Professor of Law in 1969 and returned to UBC as Professor in 1974.
Finance and Administration
- Phone: 604 822 3992
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Saker is the Assistant Dean, Finance and Administration at Allard Law.
Adam S. Hofri-Winogradow
Adam Hofri-Winogradow specializes in the law and practice of trusts, analysing them from both internal (doctrinal, comparative and practical) and external (empirical and critical) points of view. He also has interests in private law beyond trusts, in legal history and in corporate law. Having received his DPhil from Oxford in 2007 and taught for many years at the Hebrew University, Adam joined the Allard School of Law in January 2023. He has been a member of the Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners since 2008.View Profile
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- Allard School of Law
- Phone: 604 822 3776
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Camden Hutchison is an Assistant Professor at the Peter A. Allard School of Law, where his research and teaching focus on corporate transactions, comparative corporate governance, and the historical development of corporate law. He has also published on corporate taxation and competition law. His current research focuses on the relationship between legal policy and entrepreneurship.
- Centre for Business Law
Michael Jackson Q.C
Emeritus Professor of Law
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Michael Jackson has been involved in the teaching and advocacy of human rights for over thirty years, specializing in the areas of prisoners rights and Aboriginal rights. His courses on these subjects were the first to be introduced in a Canadian law school. Professor Jackson is a member of the bar of British Columbia and has represented prisoners and First Nations in landmark cases before the Supreme Court of Canada, including the Delgamuukw and Haida Nation cases.
Associate Professor Emeritus
- Phone: 604 822 9517
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Darlene Johnston earned a B.A. from Queen’s University, and an LL.B. and LL.M. from the University of Toronto. In 2008, she was awarded the designation of Indigenous People’s Counsel from the Indigenous Bar Association of Canada, (IBA). Prior to accepting her appointment at the Allard School of Law, Professor Johnston was an Associate Professor and Aboriginal Student Advisor at University of Toronto. Her teaching areas include Indigenous Legal Traditions, Canadian Aboriginal and Treaty Rights, and Law & Colonialism.
Financial Processing Specialist
- Phone: 604 822 2992
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Daniel Johnstone is a Financial Processing Specialist.
Craig E. Jones
Housing Research Collaborative; Housing Assessment Resource Tools project
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Craig Jones is the Associate Director of the Housing Research Collaborative and the Housing Assessment Resource Tools project. Craig received his BA and MA from UBC’s Department of Geography where he is currently a PhD Candidate. His research examines redevelopment pressures on purpose-built rental housing in Metro Vancouver’s suburban centres. Craig currently teaches community data analysis in SFU’s City Program.
- Allard School of Law
- Phone: 604 822 3151 (Reception)
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Yuvraj Joshi is an Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia Allard School of Law, where he teaches constitutional and transnational law and writes on issues of equality. He is also a Fellow of the Harvard Carr Center for Human Rights, a Faculty Affiliate at the UCLA Promise Institute for Human Rights, and a Research Scholar at the UC Berkeley Miller Institute for Global Challenges and the Law.
- Centre for Feminist Legal Studies