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Joan Brockman is a professor at the School of Criminology at Simon Fraser University and a non-practising member of the Law Society of British Columbia. She teaches seminars on crimes and misconduct in the professions and corporate financial crimes and misconduct. Her sixth edition of an Introduction to Canadian Criminal Procedure and Evidence (with Christopher J. Nowlin) will be released later in 2017.

Lori Chambers is a professor in the Department of Women's Studies at Lakehead University, where she teaches courses in feminist theory, reproductive rights, family regulation, and queer studies. Her research interests include property in the family law context; children's rights and adoption; law and sexual violence; domestic violence and police responses; and Aboriginal rights.

Dorothy E. Chunn is professor emerita in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Simon Fraser University. Her main areas of research are the historical regulation of crime, madness, and welfare; "policing" violence by and against women; feminism, law, and social change; politics of family; and media representations of social issues. Recent publications include two co-authored books: Racialization, Crime, and Criminal Justice in Canada (2014) and Autonomous Motherhood? A Socio-Legal Study of Choice and Constraint (2015).

Patricia Cochran is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Victoria. She has completed graduate studies in law (PhD, University of British Columbia; LLM, University of Victoria) and political theory (MA, University of Toronto) and continues to teach and research at the intersections of those disciplines. Current research includes the role of "common sense" in legal judgment and the relationships between theories of judgment and the development of just relations between Indigenous and settler legal orders in Canada.

Ann Gourley received a Master of Arts in criminology from Simon Fraser University in 2014. Previously, she was a corporate commercial lawyer in private practice for twenty years. Her academic focus has been the legal profession, its historic monopoly, and its changing role in society and with government. She is currently working on an article about recent developments between lawyers and notaries in British Columbia.

Holly Johnson is professor of criminology at the University of Ottawa. Her research interests focus on the effectiveness of criminal justice and societal responses to violence against women, primary prevention, public discourse around male violence against women, and improving research methods. [End Page 216]

Léa Lemay Langlois est diplômée de l'Université du Québec à Montréal en relations internationales et droit international ainsi qu'en droit. Elle poursuit présentement une maîtrise en droit international des droits humains à l'Université Notre Dame aux États-Unis à titre de boursière Fulbright et John Peters Humphrey. Elle s'intéresse principalement aux enjeux liés aux graves violations aux droits humains, aux droits des femmes et aux droits des peuples autochtones, à la justice transitionnelle et à la responsabilité internationale des acteurs étatiques et non-étatiques.

Jason MacLean is an assistant professor of law at the Bora Laskin Faculty of Law at Lakehead University. His research and teaching focus primarily on interdisciplinary approaches to climate change law and policy, transnational corporate accountability, and contract law.

Avocate inscrite au Barreau du Québec, Kristine Plouffe-Malette est la rédactrice en chef de la Revue québécoise de droit international et assume des charges de cours en droit international à l'Université de Montréal, à l'Université du Québec à Montréal et à l'Université de Sherbrooke. Elle est diplômée du baccalauréat en science politique et du baccalauréat en droit de l'Université de Montréal, d'une maîtrise de l'Université Laval et d'un Master II de l'Université Panthéon-Assas—Paris-II. Elle a publié un ouvrage chez Bruylant intitulé Protection des victimes de traite des êtres humains. Approches internationales et européennes. Boursière CRSH et FRQSC, elle est actuellement candidate au doctorat en droit à l'Université de Sherbrooke. Ces recherches doctorales porte sur la moralité publique en droit international au titre d'une exception commerciale et d'une limite au respect des droits humains.

Annick Provencher is an assistant professor of tax law at the...


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