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Faculty and Lecturer Course Materials


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Faculty Members

Clinical Programs

Sessional Lecturers


FACULTY MEMBERS
Sharryn Aiken Tsvi Kahana
Bita Amani Joshua Karton
Martha J. Bailey Erik S. Knutsen
Beverley Baines Kathleen A. Lahey
Nicholas Bala Allan S. Manson
Kevin Banks Nancy McCormack
Arthur Cockfield Cherie Metcalf
Stan Corbett Wanjiru Njoya
Lisa Dufraimont Bruce Pardy
Chris Essert Patricia Peppin
William F. Flanagan (Dean) Michael Pratt
David Freedman Darryl Robinson
Leslie Green Don Stuart
Lynne Hanson Mark D. Walters
LSS Meeting Notes



CLINICAL PROGRAMS
Queen's Legal Aid Queen's Business Law Clinic
Susan E. Charlesworth and Jana Mills Professor W. Peter Kissick
 


SESSIONAL LECTURERS

Bernard L. Adell Lanny Kamin
Anthony Ball Dhaman Kissoon
Rambod Behboodi Will Kymlicka
Christa Bracci/Leslie Taylor David Law
Craig Carter  
Donald D. Carter Patrizia Martino
Hugo Choquette
Erika Chozik and Leslie Paine Mary-Jo Maur
John Claydon Karla McGrath
Justin Connidis  Lisa Mills
Linda Crush Kristin Muszynski and Todd Storms
Darryl Cruz/Tom Sutton/Keegan Boyd   
Paul Davis
Mark Ellis Rob Nicholls and Brett Seifred
Phillip M. Osanic
Gregory Piasetzki
Nick Gallus Sonia Regenbogen and Christopher Pigott
Maureen Gauci Elizabeth Shilton
Vanessa Grant Justice David Stratas
Wendy Griesdorf Martin Sorensen
Robert Hammond James Vigmond
Thomas Harrison Alan Whyte
Marlin Horst/J. Wasylyk
Linda Ippolito
Richard Jones 
Joan Kuyek




 

 


 


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