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THE ADVOCATE V O L . 7 5 P A R T 2 M A R C H 2 0 1 7 267 on nation building; natural resources, land and the environment; and law, development and policy. Associate Professor Chris Hunt recently co-authored a 100-page paper with Nikta Shirazian (TRU J.D. 2016) called “Canada’s Statutory Privacy Torts in Commonwealth Perspective”, published at (2016) Oxford University Comparative Law Forum 3.1 Associate Professor Margaret Isabel Hall’s article “Theorizing the Institutional Tortfeasor” was published in a special issue on tort law in the Alberta Law Review in the fall of 2016. Also in the area of tort law, Professor Hall is assisting in the organization of an upcoming conference on “The Canadian Law of Obligations” that is to be held at Allard Hall in May 2017. The theme of the conference is “The Canadian Law of Obligations: Innovations, Innovators, and the Next 20 Years”. The conference marks the retirement of Professor Joost Blom, in recognition of Professor Blom’s contributions to legal education and the Canadian law of obligations. In November 2016 Professor Hall received funding from the Law Foundation of British Columbia Legal Research Fund for her project entitled “Assessing the Human Rights Remedy after Moore v. British Columbia (Education): A Qualitative Research Study”. Professor Hall’s co-researcher on this project is Jennifer Baumbusch of the School of Nursing at the University of British Columbia. Assistant Professor Sarah Marsden also received a grant from the Law Foundation of British Columbia for the Workers’ Legal Learning Exchange project. Assistant Professor Shanthi Senthe co-authored “Reconciliation in the Corporate Commercial Classroom” (2016) 2:1 Lakehead LJ 49. In December she was the keynote speaker and first Canadian law professor invited to the Dagon University Faculty of Law in Myanmar. Her talk there was entitled “Commercial Law within the Canadian Legal System”. In January 2017 she was an invited presenter on “Feminization of Credit within the Reconstruction Project” at the Third World Approaches to International Law Workshop at the University of Colombo Faculty of Law in Sri Lanka, as well as serving as a junior faculty member once more for Harvard Law School’s Institute for Global Law and Policy Workshop. PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENTS Current sessional lecturer Tony Wilson of Boughton Law, who is teaching the compulsory course in ethical lawyering, was honoured in December 2016 with his appointment as Queen’s Counsel. The leading mediator and arbitrator Corinn Bell, who has been an adjunct professor in the field of labour and employment law at TRU Law in the past, was also recognized through her appointment as Queen’s Counsel. John O’Fee, Q.C., who


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