Common Law Section Internal Awards, 2020-2021

Posted on Monday, August 30, 2021

The Common Law Section is pleased to announce the results of our seventh annual internal awards program.

The Office of the Vice-Dean Research established these awards to recognize the role of dedicated teaching, sustained and creative research and generous service to the community, the University and the Faculty of Law in strengthening our institution and raising our public profile.

Congratulations to our very deserving winners and to all of those who were nominated!

Here are our 2020-2021 winners:

 

Excellence in Teaching Awards

Lynda Collins, The Excellence in Teaching Award, English Common Law Program

Jamie Benidickson, The Excellence in Teaching Award, English Common Law Program

Anne Levesque, The Ian Kerr Award for Excellence in Teaching, French Common Law Program
(Awarded to a pre-tenure professor who has demonstrated outstanding performance in teaching.)

Samuel Singer, The Ian Kerr Award for Excellence in Teaching, English Common Law Program
(Awarded to a pre-tenure professor who has demonstrated outstanding performance in teaching.)

Danielle Lussier, The Part-Time Professor Award for Excellence in Teaching

Caroline Thibault, The Part-Time Professor Award for Excellence in Teaching

Suzie Dunn, The Part-Time Professor Award for Excellence in Teaching

Joshua Sealy-Harrington, The Part-Time Professor Award for Excellence in Teaching

Chidi Oguamanam & Jeremy de Beer, The Excellence in Graduate Supervision Award

 

Excellence in Research Awards

Nathalie Chalifour, The Excellence in Research Award 

Yan Campagnolo, The Emerging Researcher Award 

Suzie Dunn, The Greenberg Prize for Feminist Research

 

Excellence in Service Awards

John Packer, Public Engagement Awards: Public Education and Outreach

Nathalie Chalifour, Public Engagement Awards: Media Relations

Anne Levesque, The Community Service Award

Karine Laframboise, The Outstanding Staff Service Award

Jennifer Nadon, The Outstanding Staff Service Award

Rachel Leck, Naomi Telfort, Jessica Simon, Chrystine Frank & Nathalie Gravelle, The Outstanding Staff Service Award

Vanessa Gruben & Daphne Gilbert, The Nicole LaViolette Distinguished Service Faculty Award
(Presented annually to a member of the faculty who has earned distinction as a result of outstanding service to the Faculty or the University, in particular through committee work, administrative assignments or other forms of service not directly related to teaching or research.)

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