Elizabeth Adjin-Tettey, University of Victoria

Professor Victoria, British Columbia eadjinte@uvic.ca Office: (250) 721-8182

Bio/Research

LL.B. (Ghana) 1988, Barrister-at-Law (Ghana) 1990, LL.M. (Queen's) 1991, LL.M. (Calgary) 1993, D.Jur. (Osgoode) 1996.

Professor Adjin-Tettey is the Associate Dean Administration and Research. She joined the Faculty of Law as a Visiting Assistant Professor in 1998 and became a full-time f...


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Bio/Research

LL.B. (Ghana) 1988, Barrister-at-Law (Ghana) 1990, LL.M. (Queen's) 1991, LL.M. (Calgary) 1993, D.Jur. (Osgoode) 1996.

Professor Adjin-Tettey is the Associate Dean Administration and Research. She joined the Faculty of Law as a Visiting Assistant Professor in 1998 and became a full-time faculty member in 2000. She was promoted to Associate Professor in 2004 and to Professor in 2010.

Professor Adjin-Tettey previously taught at the University of Windsor and Carleton University. Her teaching and research interests are: torts; remedies; insurance; race, ethnicity and the law; feminist analysis of law; and critical theory. Her research focuses on issues of marginalization in tort remedies and insurance practice. She is the co-author (with Jamie Cassels) of Remedies: The Law of Damages, 2nd edition. (Irwin Law, 2008).

Learn more about Professor Adjin-Tettey's research on the Social Science Research Network.


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