September 12, 2023
Angela Campbell is a Full Professor at McGill Faculty of Law. She researches and teaches in the areas of family law, health law, criminal law, successions law and feminist legal studies. Professor Campbell has been Associate Provost (Equity and Academic Policies) of McGill since 2015. Previously, she has served as Associate Dean of Graduate Studies in Law, as Director of the McGill Institute of Comparative Law, and a convener of the McGill Research Group on Health and Law. She has also been a visiting scholar at Australian National University College of Law and Emory University (2013).
Prior to joining the Faculty of Law at McGill, Professor Campbell clerked for The Honourable Mr. Justice Frank Iacobucci at the Supreme Court of Canada and taught at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law (Common Law). She earned her BA (Hons), BCL and LLB degrees from McGill University. She completed her LLM at Harvard Law School as a Frank Knox fellow and Langdon H. Gammon fellow. Her research has been funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada, La Fondation du Barreau du Quebec, La Chambre des Notaires du Québec, and the Foundation for Legal Research. She is currently one of the researchers in the project Accès au Droit et à la Justice. Professor Campbell is co-directing Section 9 of the project which concentrates on access to justice for the youth. She is also the author of Sister Wives, Sex Workers and Surrogates: Outlaws by Choice? (Ashgate, 2013).
Professor Campbell was awarded the John W. Durnford Teaching Excellence Award (2011) and Graduate Law Students’ Association’s Graduate Teaching Award (2015).