David Mangan

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BA, BEd, JD, LLM, PhD (LSE), of the Ontario Bar

David Mangan is Associate Professor of Law at Maynooth University (Ireland)and an Adjunct Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School (Canada). At Osgoode Hall, Professor Mangan teaches obligations as part of the Canadian Common Law LL.M.. His work spans practice as a lawyer in Canada, consulting engagements as well as lecturing at law schools in Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom, including the London School of Economics from which he earned his doctorate. His research centreson obligations (contract, tort) in the employment and information technology settings. Professor Mangan’s work has been published in a variety of law journals in Canada, Europe, the UK and the US. This research has received external funding and been award-winning. Representative work includes: The Legal Challenges of Social Media ;contributing to the Law Commission of Ontario’s project Defamation in the Age of the Internet;as well as articles, such as “Online Speech and the Workplace: Public Right, Private Regulation”, and book chapters, including “Labour Law: The Medium and the Message”. Professor Mangan regularly writes for Regulating for Globalization hosted by Wolters Kluwer.”