Dr. Gillian MacNeil
- Legal Methods
- Legal Systems
- Comparative Law
- Legal Profession and Professional Responsibility
Dr. MacNeil researches primarily in the areas of international criminal law, transnational criminal law, comparative law and the domestic implementation of international law. She will be co-teaching Legal Systems and Legal Methods and teaching Comparative Law this year at Robson Hall. In her career, she has had the pleasure of clerking at the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal and for Justice Abella of the Supreme Court of Canada. Dr. MacNeil has an LLB from Dalhousie, an LLL from the University of Ottawa, an LLM from Cambridge and PhD from Queen's.
- International criminal law
- Transnational criminal law
- Comparative law
- Constitutional law
Gillian MacNeil, Legality Matters; Crimes Against Humanity and the Problems and Promise of the Prohibition on Other Inhumane Acts (The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press, 2020) (International Criminal Justice Series, Volume 28).
“Immunities from Criminal Prosecution” in Robert J Currie & Joseph Rikhof, International and Transnational Criminal Law, 3d ed (Toronto: Irwin Law, 2020) 641-704.
Jennifer J. Llewellyn & Gillian MacNeil, “A Primer on Human Rights Law” in Michael Hadskis, Leah Hutt & Mary McNally, eds, Dental Law in Canada, 3d ed (Toronto: LexisNexis Canada, 2019) 87-118.
Peer Reviewed Articles
Darryl Robinson & Gillian MacNeil, “The Tribunals and the Renaissance of International Criminal Law: Three Themes” (2016) 110 AJIL 191-211.
Gillian MacNeil, “The Elgar Companion to the International Criminal Court. Edited by Margaret M. deGuzman & Valerie Oosterveld. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2020. 421 xiv pages” (2021) 57 Canadian Yearbook of international Law/Annuaire canadien de droit international (published online) 1-9.