These are some of the graduate students at the University of Ottawa whose work relates to environmental justice.

Current Students

 
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Angela Lee (PhD)

- Title of thesis: "Un/earth/ing Techno/law/gic: A Critical Perspective on Technology's Promises and Pitfalls"
- Supervisors: Heather McLeod-Kilmurray and Lynda Collins

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Carla Sbert (PhD)

- Title of thesis: "Ecological Law Re-formation: Obstacles and Opportunities in Canadian Mining"
- Supervisors: Heather McLeod-Kilmurray and Nathalie Chalifour

 

Past Students

 
Semie Sama (PhD, 2017) - Title of thesis: "Harnessing Environmental Justice to Protect Against Land-Grabbing in Cameroon" - Supervisor: Nathalie Chalifour

Semie Sama (PhD, 2017)
- Title of thesis: "Harnessing Environmental Justice to Protect Against Land-Grabbing in Cameroon"
- Supervisor: Nathalie Chalifour

Michelle Sanders (LLM with a concentration in Global Sustainability and Environmental Law, 2017) - Title of research paper: "Practical Challenges to Implementing the Precautionary Principle in Canadian Environmental Law" - Supervisor: Nathalie Chalifour

Michelle Sanders (LLM with a concentration in Global Sustainability and Environmental Law, 2017)
- Title of research paper: "Practical Challenges to Implementing the Precautionary Principle in Canadian Environmental Law"
- Supervisor: Nathalie Chalifour