Jane Matthews Glenn
(Jointly, with the McGill Faculty of Law)
D. de l'Université, Université de Strasbourg (France)
LL.B., Queen's University (Kingston)
B.A., Queen's University (Kingston)
Office: Chancellor Day Hall, Room 36
Professional and research interests
Land-use planning and agricultural law; land tenure and access to housing; international development law.
Selected recent publications and conference presentations
Glenn, J. M. (2004). Footloose: Civil Responsibility for GM Gene Wandering in Canada. Washburn Law Journal 43, 547-573.
Glenn, J. M. (2004). Enforceability of Economic and Social Rights in the Wake of Gosselin: Room for Cautious Optimism. Canadian Bar Review 83, 929-957.
Glenn, J. M. (2003). Genetically Modified Crops in Canada: Downstream Fears, Upstream Realities. In Proceedings of the VII Congresso Mondiale di Diritto Agrario, Pisa-Siena. Milano: Guiffre.
Glenn, J. M. (2003). Genetically Modified Crops in Canada: Rights and Wrongs. Journal of Environmental Law and Practice 12, 281-310.