Career

FACULTY OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE

2016- Senior Lecturer in Public Law

I teach substantive courses in administrative law and legislation. In addition, I supervise students in the undergraduate Public Law Seminar.

QUEENS’ COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE

2016- Derek Bowett Fellow in Law

I supervise the College’s undergraduate students in torts and administrative law.

 

FACULTY OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF MONTREAL

2015-2016 Associate Dean (Faculty Affairs and Continuing Education) and Faculty Secretary, Montreal, Canada

As Associate Dean, I was responsible for the good governance of the Faculty, as well as ensuring cohesion in the continuing education programme. I also had specific responsibilities delegated from the Dean, such as admissions policy, philanthropy and alumni development.

2016 Associate Professor, Montreal, Canada

2012-2016 Assistant Professor, Montreal, Canada

I taught substantive courses on common law, such as torts and property, to students in the JD programme and I also taught judicial review of administrative action and the foundations of the common law to students in the LLB programme

 

LERNERS LLP

2011-2012  Student-at-Law, Toronto, Canada

At one of Canada’s leading litigation boutiques, I worked closely with provincially- and nationally-recognized practitioners from trial to appellate level on a wide variety of civil litigation matters.

 

UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA, FACULTY OF LAW, COMMON LAW SECTION

2010-2011  Replacement Professor of Law, Ottawa, Canada

I developed and taught syllabi for two large-group classes – property law and administrative law – and two seminars – statutory interpretation and legal history. I also served as a member of the Admissions Committee and evaluated the applications of approximately 100 candidates.

 

UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, WOLFSON & NEWNHAM COLLEGES

2008-2009  Supervisor in Law, Cambridge, England

I developed and taught a syllabus to complement lectures given by faculty members in administrative law and constitutional law. I met with my students bi-weekly, in groups of two or three and graded written assignments.

 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK

2005-2006  Tutor in Constitutional Law, Cork, Ireland

I taught a syllabus to complement lectures given by faculty members in constitutional law. I met with my students bi-weekly, in groups of ten to fifteen.

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