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Elizabeth Adjin-Tettey is an associate professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Victoria, where she has been teaching since 1998. She previously taught at the University of Windsor and Carleton University. Her areas of expertise include tort, remedies, insurance, and critical race and feminist theory. Adjin-Tettey’s research is informed by her passion for equality and social justice. Her current research interests cover a wide range of topics on the discriminatory effects of torts and remedial principles on marginalized people. She is co-author (with Jamie Cassels) of Remedies: The Law of Damages, 2nd edition (Irwin Law, 2008).

Tamra Alexander (BA (Toronto), LLB (Toronto), LLM (McGill)) has accumulated extensive experience in international trade law, competition law, and federal administrative law while practising with Stikeman Elliott (Toronto, Montreal, and Ottawa). During her time with Stikeman Elliott, she was seconded for sixteen months as legal counsel to the Canadian International Trade Tribunal, advising on all aspects of the tribunal’s mandate and representing the tribunal in proceedings before the Federal Court of Appeal and binational panels constituted under the North American Free Trade Agreement. She is currently teaching in the Faculty of Law at the University of New Brunswick and in the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa. Her research interests include competition law, business law, ethics, legal analysis, and the scholarship of teaching and learning in the law school environment.

Marie-Claire Belleau est professeure titulaire à la Faculté de droit de l’Université Laval. Elle enseigne également dans les programmes de 2ème cycle de l’Académie européenne de théorie du droit en Belgique et de l’Institut international de sociologie juridique en Espagne. De plus, elle est affiliée au Centre de médiation Iris Québec où elle agit comme médiatrice en matière familiale, civile et commerciale et superviseure en médiation familiale. Elle détient un doctorat et une maîtrise de Harvard Law School ainsi qu’un DEA de l’Université de Paris II. Elle a travaillé auprès des honorables juges Julien Chouinard, Jean Beetz et Claire L’Heureux-Dubé comme auxiliaire juridique à la Cour suprême du Canada. Ses recherches portent sur la critique identitaire dont l’analyse féministe du droit, la théorie du droit, la justice participative, les dissidences judiciaires et l’histoire de la pensée juridique. [End Page 215]

Valérie Bouchard est candidate au doctorat à la Faculté de droit de l’Université McGill et récipiendaire de la bourse Richard H. Tomlinson. Ses recherches portent principalement sur le droit d’auteur, le droit des contrats, la gouvernance de la radiodiffusion et la représentation du droit, notamment au cinéma. Détentrice d’une maîtrise en droit de l’Université Laval, elle a auparavant étudié la littérature et le cinéma et dirigé un centre d’artistes en création vidéographique.

Suzanne Bouclin is a doctoral candidate at McGill University writing on film as a normative site. Her research interests include the interface of law and space, feminist jurisprudence, and the nexus between governance and poverty.

Susan C. Boyd (Ph.D.) is a professor in studies in policy and practice at the University of Victoria. She is the author of Hooked: Drug Films in Britain, Canada, and the United States (Routledge, 2007); From Witches to Crack Moms: Women, Drug Law, and Policy (Carolina Academic Press, 2004); and Mothers and Illicit Drugs: Transcending the Myths (University of Toronto Press, 1999) and co-editor of With Child: Substance Use during Pregnancy: A Woman-Centred Approach (Fernwood Publishing, 2007).

Karen Busby has been in the Faculty of Law at the University of Manitoba since 1988. Among other things, she was counsel to the Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund in its intervention in the Little Sisters case (Supreme Court of Canada), and she has been an EGALE Canada board member.

Gillian Calder is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Victoria. Since her appointment in July 2004, Calder has taught constitutional law, family law, civil liberties, and advanced family law. Her current research...

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ISSN
1911-0235
Print ISSN
0832-8781
Pages
pp. 215-218
Launched on MUSE
2010-01-16
Open Access
No
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