Stéphane Sérafin


Stéphane Sérafin
Assistant professor

B.Sc.Soc. (Ottawa)
J.D. (Ottawa)
LL.L. (Ottawa)
LL.M. (Toronto)

Room: 57 Louis Pasteur St., Room 392
Office Phone: 613-562-5800 ext. 3300
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Stéphane Sérafin is a graduate of the Programme de droit canadien (PDC) and holds a Master of Laws from the University of Toronto. He is also a member of the Law Society of Ontario and the Barreau du Qubec and has previously worked in private practice in the areas of aboriginal law, commercial law and civil litigation.

Professor Sérafin’s research relates primarily to private law theory, with a particular emphasis on the relationship between contract and property law within the common law tradition. His perspective on the topic is shaped most notably by his bijural background and by his interest in comparative law, legal history and moral and political philosophy.

Before joining the faculty, he also worked as a law clerk at the Federal Court and as a part time professor at Carleton University. He has been an Editor of the Ottawa Law Review.

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