Hiring – and other choices

downloadIt is time to congratulate Susan Boyd, holder of UBC Law’s Chair in Feminist Legal Studies and Director of UBC Law’s Centre for Feminist Legal Studies on completing her “last class”, as astonishing as that might seem.  Those who do not know Susan still have the chance as she is not retiring just yet, and of course, you can get to know Susan through her work (ssrn here), and through the many legal scholars and lawyers who benefited from her mentorship.

And, it is time to welcome to the academy [note that I’m only listing NEW hires or lateral hires from outside the Cdn legal academy here, not laterals within Canada, and only where I can find official announcements – i will try to update as these come in]

To UBC Law: Efrat Arbel (constitutional law, refugee law, Aboriginal law, and prison law) announcement here. @earbel

To Windsor Law, Pascale Chapdelaine (Copyright Law, International Intellectual Property law, Property Law, Consumer Law and the Regulation of the Legal Profession), Noel Semple (Windsor) (legal services regulation, professionalism, and access to justice) @NoelSemple  Sara Wharton (international criminal law, the law of armed conflict, transnational criminal law, and public international law)

To U of T Law, Profs. Satterthwaite (tax)  Su (international human rights, constitutional law, and comparative law) and Stacey (comparative constitutional, international human rights, and administrative law) (announcement here)

To U of Ottawa Law Amy Salyzyn (legal ethics, gender and the law, law and technology and civil justice reform, @AmySalyzyn) Michael Pal ( law of democracy, administrative law, comparative constitutional law, municipal law, immigration law, empirical legal studies and restitution) and Yan Campagnolo (constitutional law, administrative law, and access to information, property law) (announcement here)

 

Got new colleagues? Please let me know by email! Are they feminists? Then please let them know about the IFLS.  Please let me know about feminists retiring too, naturally, or announcing their plans to do so. 

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