Saturday, November 1, 2014
We are pleased to have Deborah Curran (University of Victoria Faculty of Law) as our November guest blogger at Land Use Prof Blog. Here is Deborah's bio:
Deborah Curran is the Hakai Professor in Environmental Law and Sustainability at the University of Victoria Faculty of Law. She teaches courses on municipal law and real property transactions, as well as the Environmental Law Clinic – Intensive course. Curran also facilitates a unique field course in environmental law in the Central Coast at the Hakai Beach Research Institute on Calvert Island. As a Program Director with the Environmental Law Centre at UVic, she supervises students working on environmental law projects for community organizations and First Nations.
Curran’s areas of research include water law, growth management and land use law, food systems and agricultural land, and the common ownership of property. As a municipal lawyer who focuses on sustainability issues, she is currently writing on green real estate, local governments and the evolution of water law in Canada.