Lucinda Vandervort, University of Saskatchewan

Law Professor Saskatoon, Saskatchewan lucinda.vandervort@usask.ca Office: (306) 966-5889

Bio/Research

Dr. Vandervort joined the faculty in 1982. She holds an LLM (1980) from Yale University and was a Visiting Scholar at the Harvard Law School from 1988-1991. Her doctoral work dealt with theory of knowledge and legal philosophy. While a law student and articling student (1974-1980), she taught phi...

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Bio/Research

Dr. Vandervort joined the faculty in 1982. She holds an LLM (1980) from Yale University and was a Visiting Scholar at the Harvard Law School from 1988-1991. Her doctoral work dealt with theory of knowledge and legal philosophy. While a law student and articling student (1974-1980), she taught philosophy courses at Carleton, Concordia, and the University of Ottawa on law and philosophy, ethics, phenomenology, and existentialism, and was a research consultant for Health and Welfare Canada and for the Criminal Law and Administrative Law Projects of the Law Reform Commission of Canada. She articled in Ottawa in criminal law and with the Regulated Industries Board of the Consumer’s Association of Canada, and is a member of the Ontario Bar (admitted April 1979). In the 1980s she did pro bono litigation on behalf of federal prisoners in Saskatchewan.



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