Dean and Professor of Law
Bill Flanagan holds a B.A. (English and Philosophy) from Carleton University (1982), a J.D. from the University of Toronto (1985), a D.E.A.
Bill Flanagan holds a B.A. (English and Philosophy) from Carleton University (1982), a J.D. from the University of Toronto (1985), a D.E.A.
David is the President and Chief Operating Officer of Bridging Finance Inc., a private investment management firm based in Toronto. David has two decades of financial services industry experience, in roles such as General Counsel, Chief Compliance Officer and Chief Risk Officer, and previously was the head of investigations for the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada.
Hugh Adsett is an instructor in International Environmental & Resource Law and Advanced Issues in International Law at Queen's University Faculty of Law. He also instructs at the Bader International Study Centre, and you can find out more about Mr. Adsett on our Public International Law page.
Sharry Aiken is an Associate Professor at Queen’s Law with a cross appointment to Cultural Studies. She is an expert on immigration and refugee law and has appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada in a number of precedent setting immigration cases.
Kuukuwa Andam has worked with diverse legal aid organizations across Ghana and the United States of America. She most recently worked as a lawyer for the Legal Aid Scheme, Ghana’s governmental organization that provides legal services to indigent persons, particularly to women and children.
Kuukuwa holds an LL.M. degree from Cornell University and has received the following awards: HR Stuart Ryan Fellowship (2015-2017), International Tuition Award (2014-2018) and the Queen’s University Graduate Awards (2014-2018).
In 1979 it dawned on newly married Len that a regular job would be a good thing. And what could be more regular than accounting? Price Waterhouse (now PwC) generously gave me a start in the UK and in 1982 I qualified as a chartered accountant. After a couple of years in the UK automotive industry it was time to settle down and start a family, and Canada seemed like a fine place to do that. So, in December 1985 I started with Canadian firm Thorne Riddell which later became KPMG. I became a partner with the firm in 1993.
Ekaterina Antsygina graduated with honors from the Ohio State University with specialization in international and comparative law (LL.M). Her master studies were sponsored by the Fulbright Scholarship. Ekaterina is admitted to the New York State Bar. Her research is devoted to the delimitation of extended continental shelves in the Arctic Ocean.
Martha Bailey is a Professor of Law at Queen’s University, where she teaches Contracts, Family Law, and Conflict of Laws. She has also taught International Family Law in the Osgoode Hall Law School Professional LLM program and Comparative Law in the Bader International Study Centre Global Law Program. She was awarded the LSS Teaching Excellence Award in 2009. She has been a visiting researcher at the University of Iowa, NALSAR University of Law in Hyderabad, India, Melbourne University, Emory Law School, and Vermont Law School.
Beverley Baines is a Professor of Public and Constitutional Law with a passion for illuminating the legal strategies the patriarchal state deploys to deny women their right to equality which is guaranteed in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Her passion dates from her involvement as a feminist constitutional consultant, first to the Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Women and then to the Ad Hoc Committee of Women on the Constitution during the Charter debates of 1980-1982.
Nicholas (Nick) Bala is an internationally recognized expert on issues related to children, youth and families in the justice system, and teaches in that area as well as Contract Law.
Anthony Ball is an instructor in Negotiation at the Queen’s University Faculty of Law.
Martha Patricia Ballenas Loayza has worked as an Associate Professor in the National Academy for Judges and Prosecutors - National Government of Peru. Patricia has also worked as a Legal Affairs Manager for Financiera Confianza, a company of the BBVA Foundation.
Patricia holds a master’s degree in Constitutional Law from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru and has received the Daniel Soberman Ph.D. Scholarship for Constitutional Law (2017-2018), the International Tuition Award (2017-2018) and the Queen’s University Graduate Awards (2017-2018).
Andrea Boctor is an instructor in Pensions and the Law at the Queen’s University Faculty of Law.
Christa Bracci is an instructor in Advanced Legal Research at the Queen’s University Faculty of Law.
Colm Brannigan is an instructor in ADR at the Queen’s University Faculty of Law.
Nancy Brar has been with the Queen’s Prison Law Clinic since 2015. She was one of the top students in the Law 418 (Prison Law) course and became the Clinic’s first Articling Student before being hired on as a Staff Lawyer in 2017.
Brian Cameron is an instructor in Personal Injury Advocacy at the Queen’s University Faculty of Law.
Derek Cannon has been working with the Queen’s University Faculty of Law since October 2014. He is the administrative support for the Queen’s Business Law, Elder Law, and Family Law clinics. He attended St. Lawrence College from September 2009 to May 2012 and received an Advanced Diploma in Business Administration – Human Resources. Derek’s decision to pursue a career in the administration field came after a tour in Afghanistan.
Don Carter is an instructor in Collective Agreements & Arbitration at the Queen’s University Faculty of Law.
Hugo Choquette has a PhD from the Queen’s Faculty of Law. Before returning to Queen’s Law to pursue graduate studies, he practiced in a small law office in Napanee, Ont. His research interests include language and law, constitutional law, and Aboriginal law. Over the last few years, he has taught introductory law courses both at the Faculty of Law and at Smith School of Business.
Ana Patricia Chuc Gamboa has worked in diverse capacities as an attorney in Mexico since 2012 including advising foreign companies which import and export raw materials in Mexico. Ana has a master’s degree in International Law from the Graduate School of Government and Public Policy – now called the School of Government and Public Transformation – at the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education and a second master’s degree in Constitutional Law from the Autonomous University of Yucatan where she focused on human rights.
Ian Clarke is an instructor in Competition Law at the Queen’s University Faculty of Law.
Sarah Clarke is an instructor in Aboriginal Child Welfare at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
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.
Justin Connidis is an instructor in Mining Law & Policy at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Helen Conway is an instructor in Introduction to Canadian Law at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Darryl Cruz is an instructor in Trial Advocacy and Medical Malpractice at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Samuel Dahan joined the Faculty of Law at Queen’s University as an Assistant Professor and Queen’s National Scholar in 2018. He is the Director of the Conflict Analytics Lab, a LegalTech global consortium on the application of data analytics and AI to dispute resolution and negotiation. He is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Cornell University, an affiliate faculty member of the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School, and a member of the European Incubator of the Brussels Bar.
Santino Dau has had a diverse teaching experience including assisting with a Labor and Employment Law course at Queen’s University and working as a seasonal instructor at the Royal Military College (RMC). Santino holds an LLM from Dalhousie University and has received the Queen’s University Faculty of Law Student Award (2016-2017) and the Robert Sutherland Fellowship (2014-2015).
Paul Davis is an instructor in Contested Transactions at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Colleen Dempsey is a proud alumna of Queen’s University, having graduated from the Faculty of Law, as well as the Faculty of Arts and Science. Colleen has an extensive background in workplace law.
Since November 2005, she has sat as a Vice-Chair for the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal. Additionally, she provides employment law consulting services and has an Alternative Dispute Resolution practice. Prior to 2005, Colleen was a General Counsel for a Canadian Multi-National Corporation and began her legal career at McCarthy Tétrault in Toronto.
Sunita Doobay is an instructor in Taxation of Trusts & Estates at the Queen’s University Faculty of Law.
Adam Douglas is an instructor in International Investment Law at the Queen’s University Faculty of Law.
Shai Dubey is an instructor in Negotiation at Queen's Faculty of Law, as well as teaching courses in negotiations, cross-cultural management, ethics, domestic and international business law and entrepreneurship at the Smith School of Business. He is the academic director for project courses in various MBA programs as well as the MIB program.
Alicia Elias-Roberts served in academia for over 18 years and was the Deputy Dean in the Faculty of Law at the University of the West Indies in Trinidad and Tobago and was a former Head of Department of Law at the University of Guyana.
Alicia holds a master’s in law Degree from the University of Oxford and an LLM in Energy, Environment and Natural Resource Law from the University of Houston and has received the Robert Sutherland Fellowship in law, HR Stuart Ryan Fellowship, International Tuition Award and Queen’s University Graduate Scholarship during PhD (2016-2018).
Mark Ellis is an instructor in Trial Advocacy and Fiduciary Obligations at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Benjamin Ewing is an Assistant Professor at Queen’s Law. Prior to joining Queen’s, he was a Visiting Assistant Professor at Duke University School of Law. He earned his PhD in Politics from Princeton University, his JD from Yale Law School, and his AB in Applied Mathematics-Economics from Brown University, where he graduated magna cum laude. At Princeton, Ewing was a Laurance S. Rockefeller Graduate Prize Fellow in the University Center for Human Values.
Jennifer Ferguson is an instructor in Advanced Criminal at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Kathy Ferreira has been the Director of the Queen’s Prison Law Clinic (QPLC) since 2017. She has many years of experience working at QPLC as she was hired as a Staff Lawyer in 2003 and among other responsibilities carried her own caseload at Warkworth Institution, where she enjoyed the regular client interaction and direct representation. After winning the
Rory Fowler is an instructor in Tribunal Advocacy at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
David Freedman is an Associate Professor at Queen’s Law. He earned his LLB at Osgoode before obtaining postgraduate degrees (MA, PhD) at Oxford and Cambridge, respectively. Professor Freedman has taught trusts, wills and estates, estate litigation, civil procedure, and trial advocacy, subjects about which he has published extensively.
Maureen Gauci is an instructor in ADR at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Johnathan Goode is an instructor in Construction Law at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Moya Graham is an instructor in Trial Advocacy at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Leslie Green is the Professor of the Philosophy of Law and Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford. He also holds a part-time appointment as Professor of Law and Distinguished University Fellow at Queen's. After beginning his teaching career at Lincoln College, Oxford, he moved to Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He has visited and taught at many other law faculties, including Berkeley, Columbia, NYU, Chicago and, for some years, at the University of Texas at Austin. He writes and teaches in the areas of jurisprudence, constitutional theory, and moral and political philosophy.
Kevin Greenspoon is an instructor in Advanced Corporate Law at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Bryan Guertin is an instructor in Trial Advocacy - Criminal at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
“Re(de)fining ‘Prostitution’ and ‘Sex Work’: Attending to the Role of Consent in Constructing Problems and Imagining Legal Responses.” Paper presented at the Law and Society Association/ Canadian Law and Society International Conference, Toronto, Canada, 2018.
Maseeh Haseeb holds a master’s degree in Legal Studies from Carleton University. He is presently a teaching assistant at Queen’s University. In 2016, Haseeb was the annual recipient of Queen’s University Teaching Assistant and Teaching Fellow Excellence Award.
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.
Blair Hicks is Director of the Queen’s Elder Law Clinic. She is a veteran of the Royal Canadian Air Force, and served as a Search and Rescue Air Navigator for more than 20 years before building a law practice. Blair Hicks received her Juris Doctor (JD) from Western University in London, Ontario, and is trained in mediation, negotiation, and collaborative law.
Marlin Horst is an instructor in Commercial Law at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Adam Houston is an instructor in Public Health Law at the Queen’s University Faculty of Law.
Valerie Hughes is an instructor in International Trade Law Practicum at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Christian Hurley has an extensive business law background, having practiced in the area for several years with one of Atlantic Canada’s largest law firms. He is currently acting as Director of Legal Education at the Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador where he oversees the administration of the bar admission and continuing legal education programs.
Ardi Imseis is interested in the intersection of power, politics, law, and justice, and the practical impact of those phenomena on international relations in general and on underrepresented peoples in particular. Professor Imseis is reading for a PhD at Cambridge, where his SSHRC-funded research critically examines the gulf between international law and United Nations action, using the question of Palestine as a case study.
Morgan Jarvis has been involved in the clinic since he was a student at Queen’s. After law school he worked in the corporate and commercial law group of a large international law firm. He then worked in-house at a leading Canadian research hospital, responsible for their intellectual property protection and commercialization.
Andrew Kalamut is an instructor in Trial Advocacy at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Lanny Kamin is an instructor in Trial Advocacy - Civil at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Lisa M. Kelly is an Assistant Professor at Queen’s University, Faculty of Law, where she teaches criminal law and evidence. She studied history and political science at the University of British Columbia (B.A) and is a graduate of the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law (J.D.) and Harvard Law School (S.J.D.), where she was a Trudeau Scholar. Kelly’s doctoral dissertation – Governing the Child: Parental Authority, State Power, and the School in North America – analyzed legal struggles over race and school discipline from the late-nineteenth century through the present.
Lisa Kerr is an Assistant Professor at Queen’s Law where she teaches courses on criminal law, sentencing and prison law.
Professor Kerr earned her JD at the University of British Columbia. She clerked with the BC Court of Appeal and was an associate at Fasken Martineau. She also served as staff lawyer at Prisoners’ Legal Services, Canada’s only dedicated legal aid office for prisoners.
Mohamed Khimji is the inaugural holder of the David Allgood Professorship in Business Law and is currently visiting Yale Law School as an Associate Research Scholar in Law. His research interests lie in the areas of corporate law, commercial transactions, and intermediated securities.
Alyssa King studies how adjudicators define their own roles and sources of legitimacy as well as issues of access to justice. She is particularly interested in the intersection of normative systems through mechanisms such as federalism, arbitration, and the reception of international law.
Peter Kissick has taught Business Law and Business Ethics at Queen’s University since 1998. He was called to the Ontario Bar in 1990 and has practiced business law at a large Toronto law firm, in the in-house legal department of a Canadian bank and more recently as a sole practitioner. In the Queen’s School of Business, Peter has taught in executive and MBA programs; he has also been the Director of the renowned Queen’s Commerce Program and he has won several awards for his teaching in that program.
Erik S. Knutsen is Professor and Associate Dean (Academic) at the Queen’s University Faculty of Law in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. He has also taught in the Queen’s School of Medicine and as a core faculty member in Queens’ interdisciplinary Masters of Science in Healthcare Quality program. His areas of academic interest include insurance law, tort, accident law, medical malpractice, civil procedure and the civil litigation system.
Nicolas Lamp joined the Faculty of Law at Queen’s University as an Assistant Professor in 2014. He also serves as the Academic Director of the Global Law Programs that Queen’s Law offers at the Bader International Study Centre, Herstmonceux castle, England, during the summer term. Prior to joining Queen's,
Andrea Lee is an instructor in Construction Law at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Michele Leering is a lawyer and the Executive Director of the Community Advocacy & Legal Centre, a non-profit community legal clinic in Belleville, Ontario. She holds a Masters of Adult Education from St. Francis Xavier University (Nova Scotia). She is a member of the International Legal Aid Group and has also worked with the Open Society Justice Initiative, Ukraine’s International Renaissance Foundation, and Namati to provide training on legal empowerment, community lawyering, and paralegals in international forums.
Mark Luz is an instructor in International Investment Law at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Marianna MacIntosh is an instructor in Pensions and the Law at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Professor Maur teaches teaches courses in family law and dispute resolution. Her research has focused on how the family law procedural system can better serve all parties in a family law dispute. She is a frequent invited presenter at a variety of top-level national legal fora, including the National Family Law Program and the National Judicial Institute. Professor Maur has twice been given the Law Students’ Society Teaching Excellence Award.
Nancy McCormack is an Associate Professor and Law Librarian at Queen’s University, where she teaches Torts and Advanced Legal Research for JD students and Legal Research and Writing for graduate students. She has co-authored numerous books including the Annotated Federal Interpretation Act, The Practical Guide to Canadian Legal Research, Introduction to the Law and Legal System of Canada, and Updating Statutes and Regulations for all Canadian Jurisdictions.
Originally from Newfoundland and raised in Nunavut and Labrador, Karla McGrath is a graduate of Carleton University (BA, 1988), the University of Kentucky College of Law in Lexington, Kentucky (JD, 1996) and of Queen’s Law (LL.M., 2013). Following completion of an accreditation year and articles, Karla was called to the bar in both Ontario and New York in 2000.
Cherie Metcalf is an Associate Professor at Queen’s Faculty of Law, where she has been teaching since 2004. She has a Ph.D. in Economics, Queen’s LL.B. and an LL.M. from Yale Law School. Prior to coming to Queen’s she clerked at the Federal Court of Appeal and Supreme Court of Canada.
Jana Mills, Law ’92, clerked for the Court of Appeal for Ontario before her Call to the Bar in 1994. Returning to her hometown of Kingston, she practiced as a sole practitioner in the areas of criminal and correctional law. In 1995 she assisted Commission counsel to the “Commission of Inquiry into Events at Prison for Women in Kingston” (The Honourable Louise Arbour, 1996) and in 1996 she assisted Commission counsel to the “Commission on Proceedings Involving Guy Paul Morin (The Honourable Fred Kaufman, 1997).
My primary research area concerns the use of the tax system to stimulate research and development in Canada. My thesis concerns the potential for Canada to enact a "patent box" under which firms that develop qualifying intellectual property are encouraged to commercialize the IP worldwide from Canada by a low tax rate. Patent boxes are common in Europe and empirical work on the effectiveness of such regimes is sparse.
Kristin Muszynski is an instructor in Advocacy in Motions at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Warren Newman is Senior General Counsel in the Constitutional, Administrative and International Law Section of the Department of Justice of Canada and Director of the Professional Development LL.M. Program in Constitutional Law at Osgoode Hall Law School of York University. He has practiced in constitutional law for more than 35 years.
Warren Newman is an instructor in Comparative Constitutional at the Queen's Faculty of Law.
Robert Nicholls is an instructor in Advanced Corporate Law at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Abayomi Okubote worked in Olaniwun Ajayi LP (a top tier commercial law firm in Nigeria) and has garnered almost 10 years’ experience in dispute resolution. At Olaniwun Ajayi LP, he was part of the teams that represented multinational and domestic corporations in commercial law disputes. He has advised government agencies on several cutting-edge projects in Africa.
Phil Osanic is an instructor in Apellate Advocacy at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Anthony Paciocco is an instructor in Trial Advocacy - Criminal at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Alexandra Pederson is an instructor in Mining Law & Policy at the Queen’s University Faculty of Law.
Michael Pratt is an Associate Professor of Law, cross-appointed to Philosophy, at Queen’s University. He studied at the University of Toronto, where he earned his BSc and, following an LLB from Osgoode, his LLM. He later obtained a PhD in Philosophy at the University of Sydney.
Paul Quick has been a staff lawyer and litigation counsel for the Queen’s Prison Law Clinic since 2016. Previously he practiced criminal and correctional law in Kingston, and social-justice-oriented civil litigation in Toronto. He graduated from Queen’s Law in 2009 with a score of academic awards, including the Medal in Law for highest standing. Paul supervises students in the Law 418 (Prison Law) and Law 419 (Advanced Prison Law) courses, and represents prisoners in Federal Court, the Federal Court of Appeal, and the Supreme Court of Canada. He maintains a tiny flock of backyard chicke
Darryl Robinson was a Hauser Scholar at New York University School of Law (LL.M International Legal Studies), where he received the Jerome Lipper Award for outstanding achievement in international law. Prior to that, he was the Gold Medalist at the University of Western Ontario Faculty of Law, where he was a President's National Scholar.
He articled at Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt in Toronto and clerked at the Supreme Court of Canada for Justice John Major.
Melissa Seal is an instructor in Tribunal Advocacy at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Brett Seifred is an instructor in Advanced Corporate Law at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Jonathan Shanks graduated from the Faculty of Law at Queen’s University in 2007. He joined the Constitutional, Administrative and International Law Section of the federal Department of Justice as Counsel in 2008. In 2016-2017, Jonathan was seconded to the Privy Council Office (Machinery of Government Secretariat). Jonathan has a varied practice relating to the division of powers, democratic institutions, the royal prerogative and Crown law.
Glenn Sheskey is an instructor in Communications Law at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Geoffrey T. Sigalet is a postdoctoral fellow at Queen’s University and a fellow at Stanford Law School’s Constitutional Law Center for the 2018-19 academic year. He completed his PhD in political theory and public law at Princeton University, where his dissertation developed a republican theory of ‘dialogical’ judicial review and constitutional interpretation. Sigalet earned an MA in political theory and public law from Princeton in 2014 and completed an MA in political theory at McGill University, where he was a member of the McGill Research Group on Constitutional Studies.
Linda Smith, Law’92, practiced law in Kingston and the surrounding area for more than 20 years. She has represented hundreds of legal aid clients in her capacity as a Legal Aid Ontario panel lawyer in family law, criminal law, child protection litigation and domestic violence matters. Linda also acted as duty/advice counsel on the per diem panel of lawyers assisting clients at the Family Court in Kingston.
Benjamin Snow is an instructor in Trial Advocacy - Criminal at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Ian Speers is an instructor in Land Transactions at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Justice Stratas is an instructor in Legal Writing & Written Advocacy at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Thomas Sutton is an instructor in Medical Malpractice and Trial Advocacy at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Bob Tarantino is an instructor in Copy Right Law at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Jean Thomas is Assistant Professor at Queen’s Law. She is joint convenor of the Colloquium in Legal and Political Philosophy. She is a graduate of the University of Toronto with a Master of Arts in English Literature and a Juris Doctor, as well as of New York University, with a Master of Laws and a doctorate in law. Prior to joining Queen’s, Professor Thomas was a Post-doctoral Fellow at Stanford University’s McCoy Center for Ethics in Society and a Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute.
Sabine Tsuruda is an Assistant Professor at Queen’s Law. She graduated from the Joint JD/PhD Program in Law and Philosophy at UCLA, where she studied as a Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellow and served as a Senior Editor of the UCLA Law Review. Prior to joining Queen’s, she was a Predoctoral Fellow in Law and Philosophy at UCLA. She also holds a BA in Political Science and a MA in Philosophy from Stanford University.
Ashwini Vasanthakumar is Queen’s National Scholar in Legal and Political Philosophy at Queen’s Law School and a researcher at the Institute for Futures Studies in Stockholm. She holds an A.B from Harvard; an M.A from the University of Toronto; a J.D from Yale Law School; and a DPhil from Oxford, where she studied as a Canadian Rhodes Scholar. She comes to Queen’s from the School of Law, King’s College London.
Grégoire Webber is Canada Research Chair in Public Law and Philosophy of Law at Queen’s Law, cross-appointed to the Department of Philosophy, and Visiting Senior Fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He is joint convenor of the Colloquium in Legal and Political Philosophy.
Noah Weisbord is an Associate Professor at Queen's Law. His research focuses on the role of the criminal law in managing, reflecting or exacerbating intergroup conflict. A current project examines self-defence in Canadian criminal law from historical, comparative, and conceptual perspectives. Noah is a leading expert on the crime of aggression—individual criminal responsibility for aggressive war—and he assisted diplomatic delegations to define the crime. His monograph on the crime of aggression is forthcoming with Princeton University Press in 2018.
Michael Whitcombe is an instructor in Private Law Equity at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Christopher Whitehead is an instructor in Property Law (3,6) at the Queen's University Faculty of Law.
Warren Whiteknight is an instructor in ADR at the Queen's University Faculty of Law
Robert Yalden is the inaugural holder of the Stephen Sigurdson Professorship in Corporate Law and Finance. Prior to joining Queen’s Law in 2018, Robert was a senior partner with Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP and an Adjunct Professor with McGill Law.