Meet the Queen's Law Leadership Team:

Mark Walters

Dean and Professor of Law

Mark Walters began his five-year term as Dean of Law on July 1, 2019. He is recognized as one of Canada’s leading scholars in public and constitutional law, legal history and legal theory. Dean Walters has researched and published extensively in these areas, with a special emphasis on the rights of Indigenous peoples, institutional structures and the history of legal ideas.

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Arthur Cockfield

Professor / Associate Dean, Academic Policy

A tax law scholar and policy consultant, Arthur Cockfield is also known in the classroom as an innovative instructor who weaves narrative elements into his courses.

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Phillip Drew

Assistant Dean- Juris Doctor and Graduate Legal Studies

Dr. Phillip Drew has recently joined the faculty of Law as our Assistant Dean, Juris Doctor and Graduate Legal Studies. Phil is well known to Queen’s Law.  He is a graduate of Queen’s Law (JD ‘00 & LL.M. ’12), and has been teaching International Humanitarian Law for the Queen’s Global Law Program since 2012.  He is also the founding Director of the Queen’s Specialized Program in International Law and Politics for undergrads at the Bader International Study Centre at Herstmonceux Castle.

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Gail Henderson

Associate Professor / Associate Dean, Faculty Relations

Professor Gail Henderson joined Queen's University Faculty of Law as assistant professor in July 2016. Her research interests include corporate law, corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, securities regulation and the regulation of financial institutions.

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Joshua Karton

Associate Professor / Associate Dean, Graduate Studies & Research

Joshua Karton teaches and writes about international arbitration, comparative and international contract law, uniform law, globalization and law, international legal theory, and sociological analysis of law. His writing explores what happens when private actors from different backgrounds—legal, cultural, and linguistic—meet in the international legal arena.
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