Michael Giudice

Biographical Sketch

Michael graduated from the Philosophy and Law Society program from UNB in 2000. He was then granted the Ontario graduate scholarship and furthered his studies of Law in Society at McMaster earning his MA and, after a year as a visiting student at Oxford in analytic research philosophy, his PhD.

He has since worked as a lecturere and assistant professor at York University, worked as an adjunct professor at Osgoode Hall Law School, been an associate at the Jack and Mae Nathason Centre on Transnational Human Rights, Crime and Security and been a member of the graduate arts faculty at York University.

Dr. Giudice has also published articles in Law and Philosophy, Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence, Ratio Juris, Problema, Cardoza Public Law, Policy, and Ethics Journal and the Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy.