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ABELL, Jennie »


Jennie Abell

Associate professor
Faculty of Law, Common Law Section

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Office: 613-562-2543
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Criminal law and the impact of poverty, race and gender. Poverty and security. Legal aid and access to justice. Globalization, structural adjustment and women's rights.

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BACKHOUSE, Constance »


Constance BACKHOUSE

Full professor
Faculty of Law
Common Law

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Office: 613-562-5800 (3307)
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The history of Canadian law relating to sex discrimination, racism and class bias. The criminal justice system. Canadian human rights law.

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BEHIELS, Michael D. »


Michael D. Behiels

Full professor
Faculty of Arts
History

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Office: 613-562-5800 (1305)
Home: 613-837-9483
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I am a political, constitutional, intellectual historian who deals with Canadian political and constitutional matters since 1945. I am a specialist in Canadian federalism, federal-provincial relations with a special emphasis on Ottawa-Quebec relations, nationalisms as expressed in Canada, francophone-anglophone relations, and the development of Canada's Francophone minority communities

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CHARTRAND, Larry »


Associate professor
Faculty of Law
Common Law

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Office: 613-562-5800 (3713)
Cell: 819-665-0802
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I take an interdisciplinary approach to Indigenous peoples' issues including work involving Aboriginal rights and Treaty rights as understood from the perspective of Canadian law, International law and Indigenous legal traditions. Main areas of focus currently include Indigenous Identity and citizenship, Metis issues, Treaty interpretation and modern Treaties, Indigenous self-determination and sovereignty, critical Indigenous theory, decolonization Indigenous justice reform, and Indigenous legal traditions. Other areas of interest include Tort law, Constitutional law and International humanitarian law, including Rwandan gacaca courts and transitional law issues.

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COLLINS, Lynda »


Associate professor
Faculty of Law, Common Law Section
Common Law

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Office: 613-562-5800 (2913)
Cell: 613-612-8880
Home: 613-234-8886
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Professor Collins is an expert in legal approaches to toxic substances, including environmental negligence, constitutional environmental rights under the Canadian Charter, and the international law of environmental human rights.  Professor Collins has testified in public hearings at the House and Senate Standing environment committees and at the European Parliament, and has participated by invitation in a number of UN consultative processes concerning the right to a healthy environment and the right to water.

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DENIS, Claude »


Claude Denis

Vice-dean, Governance and Internationalization
Full professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Political Studies

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Office: 613-562-5800 ext 3604
Office: 613-562-5800 ext 7144
Cell: 819-775-6790
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My research deals primarily with Canadian politics and with Mexican politics. On Canada, I work on aboriginal rights and politics, and on federal politics. On Mexico, I work on the democratic transition, aboriginal rights and human rights. My work often focusses on the relationship between law and politics, and media and politics

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ELGIE, Stewart »


Stewart Elgie

Professor
Associate professor
Faculty of Law
Common Law

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Office: 613-562-5800 (2525)
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Environmental / natural resources law and policy, including forests, wildlife (species), parks, pollution, and climate change / global warming (Kyoto). Environmental economics, and economic approaches to environmental protection (especially for climate change). The Constitution and the environment. Aboriginal rights and the environment. International trade and the environment (NAFTA).

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GILBERT, Daphne »


Daphne GILBERT

Assistant professor
Faculty of Law
Common Law

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Office: 613-562-5800 (3306)
Home: 613-526-0012
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Criminal and constitutional law. Equality rights and freedom of expression (obscenity, pornography and child pornography laws). Comparative constitutional law and the export of Canadian jurisprudential principles to other countries. Criminal law with a focus on laws around sex crimes (polygamy, prostitution, sexual assault, incest, child abuse). Privacy, anonymity, identity in law. Feminism, gender and social justice. American/United States equality and freedom of expression laws.

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MORSE, Bradford W. »


Professor
Full professor
Faculty of Law
Common Law

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Cell: 613-889-8896
Home: 613-821-1681
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Aboriginal issues in Canada, U.S.A., Australia and New Zealand: Land claims, self-government, treaty rights, aboriginal rights, Metis rights, constitutional reform, administration of justice, intergovernmental relations, wildlife harvesting, international indigenous rights, human rights, etc. Northern Governance: territorial governmental jurisdiction and federal-territorial relations

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RUPARELIA, Rakhi »


Assistant professor
Faculty of Law
Common Law

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Office: 613-562-5800 ext. 3324
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I specialize in issues of race and racism, both within and outside of legal systems. I also teach and research in the areas of torts and criminal law, particularly in the context of women and racialized communities.

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SIOUI, Georges »


Coordinator, Aboriginal Studies Program
Associate professor
Faculty of Arts
Classics and Religious Studies

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Office: 613-562-5800 (1165)
Cell: 819-639-1789
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Études autochtones, histoire amérindienne, histoire autochtone, culture, spiritualité, philosophie,éducation, peuples indigènes, peuples minoritaires, études canadiennes.

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ST. LEWIS, Joanne »


Joanne St. Lewis

Assistant Professor
Assistant professor
Faculty of Law, Common Law Section
Common Law

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Office: 613- 562-5794
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Sexual violence and deep conflict; new social media and democracy; complexity science, spirituality and emergent creativity; art, culture and the law.

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THERIAULT, Sophie »


Associate professor
Faculty of Law, Civil Law Section
Civil Law

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Office: 613-562-5800 (3914)
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The relationship between the territorial rights of indigenous people and food security, the duty to consult Aboriginal peoples , especially in the context of natural resource extraction on the environmental justice and post , as well as the links between environmental degradation and human rights.

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