Room 4034, Osgoode Hall Law School, Ignat Kaneff Building
Policing Child Advocacy
Lisa M. Kelly is an Assistant Professor at Queen’s University, Faculty of Law, where she teaches criminal law and evidence. She holds degrees from the University of British Columbia (B.A), the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law (J.D.), and Harvard Law School (S.J.D.), where she studied as a Trudeau scholar. Her research lies at the intersection of criminal law and family law, with a focus on the historical and contemporary legal regulation of sex, reproduction, and family life. Before joining Queen’s, Professor Kelly held a postdoctoral fellowship at Columbia Law School and the Center for Reproductive Rights in New York City. She previously served as a law clerk to Justice Marshall E. Rothstein of the Supreme Court of Canada.