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Catherine A. Walsh (1978)

Catherine A WalshCatherine Walsh teaches and writes principally in the areas of secured transactions and private international law. Formerly a professor in the Faculty of Law of the University of New Brunswick, her move to McGill in July 2001 reflects her strong interest in the comparative and international dimensions of these subjects.  She has a long standing commitment to law reform, and has been actively involved in a number of national and international reform initiatives, including participating as a member of the Canadian delegation in the development of a series of multilateral legal instruments in secured financing law adopted by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL).

She is the co-author, with Ronald Cuming (Saskatchewan) and Roderick Wood (Alberta), of Personal Property Security Law (Irwin Law, 1st ed. 2005, 2nd ed. 2012). She has been a contributing co-author from the outset of Private International Law in Common Law Canada: Cases, Text and Materials, the 4th edition of which was published by Emond-Montgomery in 2016.

Before commencing her law studies, Catherine Walsh worked as a CUSO volunteer in Ghana, an experience that contributed to her later interest in comparative law and law and development.

B.C.L. (Oxford) 1979; LL.B. (UNB) 1978; B.A. (Dalhousie) 1972

Full Professor, Faculty of Law, McGill University, 2001- present
Associate Dean (Academic), Faculty of Law, McGill University, 2003-2005
Professor, Faculty of Law, University of New Brunswick 1994-2001
(Assoc. Prof 1986-1994; Assist. Prof. 1981-1986)
Counsel, Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales, 1999-2001
Associate Lawyer, McKelvey Macaulay Machum (now Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales), Saint John, 1980-1981
Law Clerk to the Chief Justice, New Brunswick Court of Appeal, 1979-1980

Areas of Interest
Secured Transactions Law, Private International Law, International Business Law

Dr. Terrence Montague (1975)

Dr Terrence MontagueTerrence Montague, CD, MD, FRCPC

Terrence Montague, author of: “Patients First – Closing the Health Care Gap in Canada”;
and “Patient Health Management for Dummies”, is a cardiologist and health care consultant, with a focus on optimizing the care and outcomes of our aging patients with chronic diseases.

A graduate in science, from St. Francis Xavier University, and medicine, from Dalhousie University, he was formerly Professor of Medicine at the University of Alberta and Visiting Professor of Medicine at the University of Montreal, as well as Vice President of Patient Health at Merck Frosst Canada Ltd. Currently, a Principal in CareNet Corporation Ltd., he is also active as: Scientific Officer, Canadian Institutes of Health Research; and, member of the Board of Directors, Canadian Arthritis Network, the Editorial Boards of Healthcare Quarterly and HealthcarePapers, Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, the Royal Canadian Military Institute, the Royal Canadian Regiment Association and the President’s Club of Saint Francis Xavier University.

Dr. W. Barry Miller (1977)

Dr W Barry MillerO’Brien Foundation Executive Director
2009 - Present

Dr. W. Barry Miller has had an outstanding career in public school administration. Beginning as a classroom teacher, he has been a Curriculum and Research Specialist and Coordinator of Junior High School Education with the New Brunswick Department of Education.

He served as an Assistant Superintendent of Schools, Secretary of a Board of School Trustees and Superintendent of Schools.

For many years, Dr. Miller was Superintendent of Schools and Chief Executive Officer of the Fredericton area schools.

He is recognized internationally as an educational consultant, and has been widely acclaimed for his visionary leadership in educational administration.

He has provided educational consultative assistance to several provinces and in the United States to Alabama, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee. He has authored numerous government documents and has been directly involved in provincial policy development and implementation.

He has been Dean and President of an online university and has developed a Masters of Education Program for another online university.  More recently, he has served as an Assistant Professor for St. Thomas University (Part Time).

He is Executive Director of the O’Brien Foundation

Dr. Miller has a Doctorate in Education from the University of Florida.  He also has a Bachelor of Teaching, Bachelor of Arts and a Masters of Education Degree from the University of New Brunswick.

Dr. Miller has proven himself as a distinguished educator, administrator, author, newspaper columnist, and public speaker.

Dr. Tammy L. Moore (2004)

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Dr Tammy L Moore

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".