Law Centre

Law Centre

Convocation - June 2014

(l-r) Associate Professor Christopher Sprysak, Professor Annalise Acorn, Associate Professor James Muir, Professor Philip Bryden, and Professor Joanna Harrington

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Research in the Faculty of Law builds on the rich tradition of research at the University of Alberta. Faculty members are involved in a wide variety of innovative scholarship, in diverse areas ranging from the running of corporations to the running of countries, from legal theory to the law of taxation, from aboriginal law to biotechnology policy. Research at the Faculty is supported by federal as well as provincial research grants and leads to varied products, including books, journal articles, policy documents, government advisory papers, consultation documents and expert testimony before Provincial Legislatures and Parliament.

Our vibrant research environment is further enriched by the presence of several interdisciplinary centres and institutes, including the Centre for Constitutional Studies, the Health Law Institute, and the Forum on Civil Justice. The Faculty is also home to the Alberta Law Reform Institute and many Faculty members have contributed their research skills to Institute projects.

In addition to being on the cutting edge of legal scholarship, research conducted by members of the Faculty of Law is relevant and influential in law reform, and policy development.

For more information on the research being conducted at the Faculty of Law, please use the navigation bar on the left side of the screen.

Celebrating Research

The Canadian Law of Unjust Enrichment and Restitution (2014)

The University of Alberta Faculty of Law would like to congratulate our colleague Professor Mitchell McInnes on the publication of his new book The Canadian Law of Unjust Enrichment and Restitution (2014), by LexisNexis Canada. Professor McInnes, recognized by Maclean’s magazine as one of Canada’s leading university professors, joined the UAlberta Faculty of Law in 2005. He previously taught at the University of Western Ontario, the University of Melbourne, and Deakin University in Australia. Professor McInnes clerked at the Supreme Court of Canada and served as a Legal Research Officer with the Alberta Court of Appeal.