James C. McGillivray

James C. McGillivray

York University

Education Background

 Ph.D. (2017) Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Toronto, Ontario;

LL.M. (2003) Faculty of Law, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario;

LL.B. (2001) Faculty of Law, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario;

M.A. (2000) Institute of Political Economy, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario; and,

B.A.(Hons.) (1994) Faculty of Arts & Science, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario

Teaching Background

2011-2012 – Teaching assistant and guest lecturer for Law, Economics and Policy Organisation – SOSC 2330 – Law and Society Programme, Division of Social Science, York University;

 

•           2010-2011 – Teaching assistant and guest lecturer for Law, Economics and Policy Organisation – SOSC 2330 – Law and Society Programme, Division of Social Science, York University;

 

•           2010 (summer) – Lecturer, Public Law – LGLS 2100U – Faculty of Criminology, Justice and Policy Studies, University of Ontario Institute of Technology;

 

•           2010 (winter) – Lecturer, Blending Economic Theory and Law: Money, Markets and Justice – CT/LY 310 – Law and Society Programme, Wilfrid Laurier University;

 

•           2008-2010  – Teaching assistant and guest lecturer for Law, Economics and Policy Organisation – SOSC 2330 – Law and Society Programme, Division of Social Science, York University;

 

•           2008 (winter) – Teaching assistant for Punishment and Regulation II: Critical Readings – CRIM 3656 – Law and Society Programme, Division of Social Science, York University;

 

•           2007-2008 – Teaching assistant for The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms – SOSC 3360 – Law and Society Programme, Division of Social Science, York University;

 

•           2007 (winter) – Grader for Administrative Studies – Employment and Labour Law – ADMS 3422 – Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies, York University;

 

•           2004-2007 – Teaching assistant and guest lecturer for Law, Economics and Policy Organisation – SOSC 2330 – Law and Society Programme, Division of Social Science, York University;

 

•           2003 – Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.  Guest lecturer to M.A. students on a political economy approach to environmental issues and basic research methods and approaches to writing a thesis; and,

 

•           2002 – Guest lecturer for Images of Doctors & Lawyers – Law 570 – Queen’s Faculty of Law.  Overview of the Health Professions Appeal and Review Board (HPARB) as it pertains to HPARB’s complaint reviews of the Complaints Committee of the College of Physicians and Surgeons.

Research Field

Political Economy of Intellectual Property

Patent Law and ‘Big Pharma’

Health Law

Constitutional and Public Law

Employment and Labour Law

Human Rights and Globalisation

International Humanitarian Law