Board of directors: canadian law and economics association

  Cherie Metcalf - Co-President   Cherie Metcalf is an Associate Professor at Queen’s Faculty of Law, and served as Associate Dean Academic from 2015-2018. She completed a Ph.D (Economics) at UBC, an LL.B. at Queen’s and LL.M. at Yale Law prior to joining the faculty at Queen’s Law. Her major research themes relate to environmental and resource management, particularly in relation to Indigenous peoples’ rights, and the constitutional recognition of property rights.  She is a regular participant at law and economics conferences, and has presented at ALEA, MLEA, CELS, ISNIE / SOIE and CLEA.

Cherie Metcalf - Co-President

Cherie Metcalf is an Associate Professor at Queen’s Faculty of Law, and served as Associate Dean Academic from 2015-2018. She completed a Ph.D (Economics) at UBC, an LL.B. at Queen’s and LL.M. at Yale Law prior to joining the faculty at Queen’s Law. Her major research themes relate to environmental and resource management, particularly in relation to Indigenous peoples’ rights, and the constitutional recognition of property rights.  She is a regular participant at law and economics conferences, and has presented at ALEA, MLEA, CELS, ISNIE / SOIE and CLEA.

  Jonathan Nash - Co-President   Jonathan Nash is the Robert Howell Hall Chaired Professor of  Law at Emory University School of Law, and is Director of the Emory University Center for Law and Social Science. He specializes in federal courts and jurisdiction, the study of courts and judges, and environmental law (both domestic and international). Professor Nash is also a prolific scholar, publishing in several leading journals. Professor Nash received his bachelor’s degree in mathematics summa cum laude from Columbia University in New York, his JD magna cum laude from New York University School of Law, and his LLM from Harvard Law School.

Jonathan Nash - Co-President

Jonathan Nash is the Robert Howell Hall Chaired Professor of  Law at Emory University School of Law, and is Director of the Emory University Center for Law and Social Science. He specializes in federal courts and jurisdiction, the study of courts and judges, and environmental law (both domestic and international). Professor Nash is also a prolific scholar, publishing in several leading journals. Professor Nash received his bachelor’s degree in mathematics summa cum laude from Columbia University in New York, his JD magna cum laude from New York University School of Law, and his LLM from Harvard Law School.

  Anthony Niblett - Treasurer   Anthony Niblett is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law. He joined the Faculty in 2011. In 2016, Professor Niblett was awarded the Canada Research Chair in Law, Economics, & Innovation. He is a co-director of the Centre for Innovation Law & Policy at the Faculty of Law.Professor Niblett’s research focuses on law and economics, contract law, judicial behaviour, innovation, and the future of law. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University as well as degrees in law and commerce from the University ofMelbourne.

Anthony Niblett - Treasurer

Anthony Niblett is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law. He joined the Faculty in 2011. In 2016, Professor Niblett was awarded the Canada Research Chair in Law, Economics, & Innovation. He is a co-director of the Centre for Innovation Law & Policy at the Faculty of Law.Professor Niblett’s research focuses on law and economics, contract law, judicial behaviour, innovation, and the future of law. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University as well as degrees in law and commerce from the University ofMelbourne.

  Albert Yoon - Secretary   Albert holds the Chair in Law and Economics. He received his undergraduate degree from Yale and his law and doctoral (political science) degrees from Stanford. During law school, he was the senior articles editor of theStanford LawReview. His research focuses on labor markets, legal technology, and judicial decision making

Albert Yoon - Secretary

Albert holds the Chair in Law and Economics. He received his undergraduate degree from Yale and his law and doctoral (political science) degrees from Stanford. During law school, he was the senior articles editor of theStanford LawReview. His research focuses on labor markets, legal technology, and judicial decision making