CONFERENCES AND PRESENTATIONS
RULE OF LAW, PARLIAMENTARY SOVEREIGNTY AND EXECUTIVE ACCOUNTABILITY IN ENGLISH LEGAL THINKING: THE RECENT REVIVAL OF THE KING CAN DO NO WRONG
A DISCUSSION OF TORONTO (CITY) V ONTARIO (ATTORNEY GENERAL), 2021 SCC 34
MULTI-LEVEL GOVERNANCE ISSUES IN FRESHWATER PROTECTION, MANAGEMENT, AND LAW
The University of Ottawa’s Forum on Water Law and Governance, University of Ottawa, Canada, 14 October 2021.
THE KING CAN DO NO WRONG – THE EVOLUTION OF THE RULE OF LAW FROM THE LATE MIDDLE AGES UP TO THE 21ST CENTURY
The Rule of Law Crisis in Europe - Historical and Procedural Aspects, Judges Assessing the Independence of Judges, Faculty of Law, Lund University, Sweden, 28-29 September 2021.
Historical Foundations and Practical Procedures in Facing the Threats against the Rule of Law in Europe.
AN INTERDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVE ON THE FUTURE CANADA WATER AGENCY
Forum on Water Law and Governance, Public Law Centre, University of Ottawa, Canada, 22 March 2021.
LES FEMMES ET LE DROIT - STRATÉGIES ET CONSEILS POUR LES FUTURES JURISTES
Cycles de Conférences de la Section de droit civil, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa, Canada, 8 March 2021
Online conference with alumnae and professors of the Civil Law Section - with prof. Jennifer Quaid.
LA COURONNE, LES PRINCIPES NON-ÉCRITS ET LA CHARGE DE LIEUTENANT GOUVERNEUR
Le bilinguisme officiel et la charge vice-royale au Canada, SANB c Trudeau et Payette, Public Law Centre of the University of Ottawa and Research Chair on Language Rights, 25 March 2021.
PRÉROGATIVE ROYALE ET THE KING CAN DO NO WRONG: UNE APPROCHE HISTORIQUE, THÉORIQUE ET NORMATIVE
Études en droit constitutionnel, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa, 13 January 2020.
Seminar, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section.
THE KING’S TWO BODIES AND THE CROWN A CORPORATION SOLE: LEGAL HISTORICAL INSIGHTS FOR RECONCEPTUALIZATION OF THE MONARCHY
Monarchy and Modernity Since 1500 Conference, University of Cambridge, UK, 9 January 2019.
BEFORE BLACK: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE APPLICATION OF STATUTES TO THE CROWN
Centre for Public Law, Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, UK, 29 November 2018.
Lunch Series, org. by Prof. Alison Young and Dr Shona Wilson Stark.
THE KING CAN DO NO WRONG AND THE KING’S TWO BODIES: RULE OF LAW IN LATE MEDIEVAL AND TUDOR ENGLAND
Centre for English Legal History Seminar, University of Cambridge, UK, 29 May 2018.
Legal History Seminar Series.
THE KING CAN DO NO WRONG: A TRADITIONAL MAXIM IN NEED OF TRANSFORMATION?
Tradition and Transformation, Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge, UK, 18-20 September 2017.
Arts and Humanities Research Council DTP International Conference 2017.
A CONSTITUTIONAL APPROACH TO CROWN LIABILITY: REVISITING THE KING CAN DO NO WRONG FROM A LEGAL HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
Doctoral Research Training Development Program Seminar, Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, UK, 13 March 2017.
Summary of Research Project and Analytical Model.
S’INTERROGER SUR LES ACTES DE PUISSANCE PUBLIQUE
Imaginer de nouvelles avenues en droit et sciences humaines: affaires, travail, personnes, Université de Montréal, Canada, 6 May 2016.
GOVERNMENT POLICY IMMUNITY: LIMITATIONS AFTER R. V. IMPERIAL TOBACCO CANADA LTD. IMMUNITY FROM SCRUTINY?
Ontario Bar Association Conference, with Simon Potter, Ottawa, Canada, 25 October 2012
Discussion on Core Policy and Tort Actions Against the Government.
THE EXTRATERRITORIAL APPLICATION OF THE CANADIAN CHARTER OF RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS
Borders of the Constitution Seminar, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 2010
Presentation of Master's Thesis.