Paul Daly joined the Faculty of Law (Common Law Section) at the University of Ottawa in July 2019, where he was named to the University Research Chair in Administrative Law & Governance.  Professor Daly’s award-winning bilingual scholarship in the broad field of public law (especially administrative law) has appeared in leading academic journals and edited collections. Dozens of his publications, including posts on his blog Administrative Law Matters, have been cited more than 150 times by courts around the common law world, in Australia, Canada, Ireland, Israel and New Zealand. Fluent in English and French, he is a regular speaker at academic conferences, judicial and administrative training seminars and continuing legal education events from coast to coast to coast. He has also appeared as counsel in many Canadian courts, including the Supreme Court of Canada, in precedent-setting cases in public law. Prior to his appointment at uOttawa, Professor Daly was a faculty member at the University of Cambridge and the Université de Montréal and has held visiting positions at Harvard Law School (visiting researcher), Université Paris II — Panthéon-Assas (visiting professor), Louvain Global College of Law (visiting fellow) and Trinity College Dublin (visiting fellow). Since September 1, 2019, he is a part-time member of the Environmental Protection Tribunal of Canada. Most recently he has served as Scholar in Residence at the Law Reform Commission of Ireland.

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