Michael Nesbitt

SJD University of Toronto
LLM New York University School of Law
LLB University of Ottawa
BA (Hons) - Commerce Queen's University

Areas of Research

Criminal law, national security law
Michael researches primarily in the areas of criminal law, national security law, and international organizations and human rights law. His specific focus is on the legality and efficiency of the processes and procedures of bodies within or created by governments – such as commissions of inquiry or specific government departments – that are involved in the investigation, evaluation or criminalization of wrongdoing. His current projects include exploring the development, implementation, and execution of national security law and the relationships between the actors involved in these processes.

Supervising degrees

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