Melanie Mallet


Melanie Mallet
Director, Legal Research Programs

B.A. (Hons) (Manitoba)
M.P.A. (Manitoba)
LL.M. (Osgoode)
of the Bar of Ontario

Room: 57 Louis Pasteur St., Room 328
Office: 613-562-5800 ext. 3310
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Melanie Mallet has worked in law reform, and in policy research and development in relation to environmental, health, professional regulation, and Aboriginal issues.

Professor Mallet has been a part-time professor at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Common Law since 2005. She has been a full time sessional professor since 2012 and teaches or has taught: Introduction to Public Law and Legislation, Constitutional Law II (Federalism and Aboriginal Peoples of Canada); Constitutional Law I (Charter of Rights and Freedoms); the Dean’s Research and Writing Fellowship; and, Principles of Legal Research. Professor Mallet is the co-editor of Métis-Crown Relations: Rights, Identity, Jurisdiction, and Governance (Irwin Law, 2008).

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