by Jillian Ohayon, McGill University

shutterstock_67783021Professor Shauna Van Praagh’s engaging teaching style and friendly personality have made her very popular amongst McGill students, and I felt that many could benefit from her insight and advice. Professor Van Praagh teaches a first-year integrated Torts course and a second-year Advanced Common Law Obligations course, as well as a legal education graduate seminar. She received both her undergraduate degree in Physiology and her Law degree from the University of Toronto, clerked for Chief Justice Dickson, obtained her Masters and Doctorate degrees from Columbia University, and has taught at McGill since 1993. I sat down with Professor Van Praagh to ask her a few questions about her law school experience and her career. Continue Reading Interview with McGill Law Professor Shauna Van Praagh