Associate Professor (Professional)
Director, Legal Methodology Program
Faculty Supervisor, Legal Clinic Course
New Chancellor Day Hall
3644 Peel Street
Canada H3A 1W9
helena [dot] lamed [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)
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Professor Helena Lamed directs the Faculty's legal methodology program. In that role, she teaches the first year methodology course on legal research and writing and the second year course on legal ethics and advocacy. She has been teaching Insurance Law since 2006, and will be teaching Family Law in Winter 2015. She also has taught a course on literary and linguistic approaches to law.
In addition to her teaching, Me Lamed coordinates McGill's competitive moot program. She also oversees the Legal Clinic Course, which gives students an opportunity to enrich their education through practical experience by working in community organizations and legal clinics providing information and assistance to socially disadvantaged individuals, under the supervision of a lawyer.
She has worked at the Faculty since 2003 and she was appointed Associate Professor (Professional) in April 2014.
Professor Lamed brings her very varied professional and community service experience to a focus on experiential learning in the Faculty.