Professor Jennifer Nadler has been appointed a full-time faculty member, effective July 1, 2017.
Professor Nadler has been a Visiting Scholar at Osgoode and an instructor of Contract Law and Property Law in Osgoode Professional Development’s Common Law LLM Program since 2013. The recipient of numerous academic honours over the past several years, she received the Osgoode Hall Law School Teaching Award in 2014.
She has BA, JD and SJD degrees from the University of Toronto as well as an LLM from New York University. Her doctoral dissertation was a study of the private law implications of the conceptions of freedom portrayed in the novels of Henry James. She publishes in the areas of private law, theoretical jurisprudence, and law and literature.
Graduate Research Supervision (LLM, PhD): Professor Nadler is most interested in supervising work in the theory of contract law, the theory of property law, the theory of tort law, and the theory of the law of unjust enrichment, or any work that approaches private law more generally from within a theoretical perspective.