Tom Johnson

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A member of the Osgoode Hall Law School faculty since 1987, Professor Tom Johnson has served as Co-Director of the Schulich and Osgoode joint JD/MBA Program, Director of Osgoode’s Intensive Program in Business Law, Director of the Osgoode Business Clinic, and Co-Director of Osgoode’s LLM Program in Bankruptcy and Insolvency.

Professor Johnson’s areas of teaching include contract law, commercial law (secured transactions, bankruptcy and insolvency, capital market regulation and international business transactions), international development and project finance.  In 2009, he was the recipient of the Osgoode Teaching Excellence Award.

Professor Johnson has over 20 years experience as a consultant to the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank, working on access to finance and land tenure reform projects in developing countries.  In that role he has advised governments in Central and South Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, the Middle East and East Africa.

Research Interests: Corporate/Commercial Law, Infrastructure Development/Project Finance, Law and Development