BA (Dublin), MA, LLM, SJD (Toronto), of the Bar of Ontario
Professor Condon is currently on leave while serving as Vice-Chair, Ontario Securities Commission.
Professor Mary Condon joined the Osgoode faculty in 1992. In April 2008 she was appointed by the Ontario government as a part-time Commissioner of the Ontario Securities Commission and on June 1, 2011 she was appointed a full-time Vice-Chair. In the 2009 winter term, she served as the Owen Chair in Business Law at the Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia, where she was also the co-director of the National Centre for Business Law. Professor Condon teaches Securities Regulation and Advanced Securities in the JD program and also directs and teaches in the Professional LLM in Securities Law program. Professor Condon's research interests are focused primarily on the regulation of securities markets, investment funds, online investing, and pensions. She is co-author of Business Organizations: Principles, Policies and Practice (with Robert Yalden, Janis Sarra, Paul Paton, Mark Gillen and Ronald Davis) and co-author of Securities Law in Canada: Cases and Commentary (with Anita Anand and Janis Sarra), and author of Making Disclosure: Ideas and Interests in Ontario Securities Regulation (UTP). She has also written articles, book chapters and policy papers on topics related to securities regulation and pensions policy.
Research Interests: Corporate/Securities Law, Pensions, Feminist Legal Studies