Associate Dean and Senior Teaching Associate
Faculty of Law University of New Brunswick
Tammy joined the Faculty of Law in 2006 after practicing family law in Saint John, New Brunswick for ten years. She teaches Professional Conduct, Trial Practice, Children’s Law, and Legal Research and Advocacy. She has also acted as Student Advisor to Law students this previous academic year.
Tammy holds a B.A., LL.B., M.A., PhD, and is a member of the Canadian Bar Association of New Brunswick and the Law Society of New Brunswick.
Tammy holds a master’s and a doctoral degree in history. Her doctoral dissertation is titled, "Unhappy Differences: English Deeds of Separation and Marital Breakdown, c.1650-1900".