Bill Flanagan has served as Dean for the past 11 years, first appointed in 2005. His teaching interests include international economic law, business associations, and property law, and his scholarly work spans a number of areas, including property law, business law and trade law.
Since becoming Dean, he has seen the school through a period of unprecedented growth and development, including the establishment of the Faculty’s PhD program in 2008, the creation of the Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace in 2010, the expansion of the Queen’s Law Clinics and their co-location in downtown Kingston in 2014, a 20% expansion of the school’s faculty complement, and the integration of blended and digital learning into the Faculty. For more information on Dean Flanagan’s background and accomplishments, please visit Meet the Dean.
Teaching and Research
- International Economic Law
- Corporate Law
- Property Law
Recent Professional Achievements
- Member of the National Action Committee on Access to Justice in Civil and Family Matters 2012-2013
- Board member, Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research 2014 to present
- Named to the Honour Roll of the Ontario AIDS Network in 2011
- President of the Canadian Council of Law Deans, 2010 to 2014
- President of the Board, Ontario HIV Treatment Network, 2003-2008
For more information, please consult Dean Flanagan's CV.