Signa A. Daum Shanks started at Osgoode in 2014 after working at the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Law. Her teaching has included classes such as Torts, Law and Economics, Aboriginal Self-government, Canadian Legal History, the Kawaskimhon Aboriginal Rights Moot, Game Theory and the Law (via Monash University Law School), Indigenous Peoples and Canadian Law, Comparative Indigenous Legal Traditions and Indigenous Peoples and the Canadian Constitution in the part-time LLM in Constitutional Law. As well, she has taught at the summer program hosted at the Indigenous Law Centre in Saskatoon and the Nunavut Law Program in Iqaluit.
Research Interests: Law and Economics, Indigenous Governance, Legal History
Currently on leave.
Graduate Research Supervision (LLM): Legal history; Indigenous Rights; Law and Economics.
Professor Daum Shanks is not accepting new students at this time.