BA, BEd, JD, LLM, PhD (LSE), of the Ontario Bar
David Mangan is an Assistant Professor (Lecturer) at City, University of London (U.K.). His work spans practice as a lawyer in Canada, consulting engagements as well as lecturing at law schools in Canada and the United Kingdom including the London School of Economics, where he completed his doctorate. At Osgoode Hall, Dr. Mangan teaches the Law of Obligations as part of the Canadian Common Law LLM. His research centres on the application of contract and tort in employment and information technology settings as well as issues pertaining to reputation and professional work. Dr. Mangan’s research has been published in a variety of law journals including: Canadian Bar Review, Industrial Law Journal, King’s Law Journal. He has also co-edited (with Tonia Novitz) the book The Role of Labour Standards in Development: From Theory to Sustainable Practice? (Oxford University Press) as well as the 2017 publication from Edward Elgar, The Legal Challenges of Social Media. He has also been involved in the Law Commission of Ontario’s project Defamation in the Age of the Internet.