University of Manitoba

U of M - St. Paul's College - Arthur V. Mauro Centre For Peace and Justice - Michelle Gallant

Michelle Gallant

Associate Professor, Law
Associate Dean, Research and Graduate Studies
Director, Legal Research Institute

Address: 452 Robson Hall
  224 Dysart Road, University of Manitoba
  Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2
Phone: 204.474.9773 or 204.474.6130
Fax:  204.474.7580
Email: Michelle_Gallant@umanitoba.ca
Website: http://www.umanitoba.ca/Law/newsite/faculty_directory.php?profile=gallant


Dr. Michelle Gallant is Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies and Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba. She teaches in the areas of taxation law, international law, and conflict resolution. Her research interests and publications cover a range of fields including taxation law and policy, global governance and money laundering, and international law and conflict resolution. She is the author of the book Money Laundering and the Proceeds of Crime: Economic Crime and Civil Remedies (2005). Dr. Gallant serves on the Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS) Committee, which helps to govern the Ph.D. Program in Peace and Conflict Studies.

Education:
Ph.D., King's College, London, 2000; LL.M., University of British Columbia, 1996; LL.B., University of New Brunswick, 1990.

Areas of Specialization:
International law; dispute resolution; negotiation; transnational crime.

Recent Publications:
Gallant, M. (2005). Money laundering and the proceeds of crime: Economic crime and civil remedies. London: Edward Elgar Publications.

Gallant, M. (2004). Sentinels or facilitators? Trusting lawyers with money laundering prevention. Criminal Law Quarterly 49 (1), 34-49.

Gallant, M. (2004, December). Assaulting the financial underpinnings of crime. Criminal Law Forum, 15(4), 471-475.

Gallant, M. (2004). Alberta and Ontario: Civilizing the money-centered model of crime control. Asper Journal of International Business and Trade, 4.

Gallant, M. (2004). [Review of the book International contracts and national economic regulation: Dispute resolution through international commercial arbitration]. International and Comparative Law Quarterly 53 (1), 249-250.

 




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