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Patricia Hania

Hania, Patricia

Title:

Assistant Professor

Education:

PhD., LL.M., LL.B., M.E.S., MBA, BAS

Office:

TRS 3-081

Telephone:

416-979-5000 x 3417

Email Address:

phania@ryerson.ca

Biography:

Patricia Hania

Patricia Hania is an Assistant Professor at the Law & Business Department, Ted Rogers School of Management. She recently joined the Ted Rogers School of Management in July 2017.

Patricia holds a PhD from Osgoode Hall Law School, York University (York), Toronto. She also holds a LL.M. (Osgoode), LL.B. (Osgoode), M.E.S. (Faculty of Environmental Studies, York), MBA Grad. Dipl. (Schulich, York) and BAS, York.

As an interdisciplinary social-legal researcher, Patricia is interested in the interaction of market actors in natural resource governance regimes – in particular, water governance in Canada. Her research considers the intersection of law and policy to understand how norms interact, regulate and become embedded in legal sites of contested and complex decision-making.

Department:

Law & Business

Select Research and Professional Contributions
Monographs:
Governing Water in Canada — Legislative Experiments in New Governance & Applying An Eco Resiliency Governance Framework (Ph.D., Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, 2015).
Do Personality Traits Affect an Individual’s Conflict Handling Style in a Negotiation? (MES, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, April, 2007). [unpublished].
What Is The Link Between Sustainable Development and Social Capital? (MBA Graduate Diploma, Schulich School of Business/ Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, April, 2007). [unpublished].
Accepting The Challenge: To Be ‘In’ Collaboration & Moving Beyond the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy’s (NRTEE) Consensus Process. (LL.M., Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, April, 2003). [unpublished].
 

Articles:

“Regulating Water and War: A Dark Side of New Governance” (Summer, 2014) 2 1:2 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies at 453. (Co-authored with Tracey Dowdeswell, Osgoode Hall Law School).
“Uncharted Waters: Applying the Lens of New Governance Theory to the Practice of Water Source Protection in Ontario” (2013) 24 Journal of Environmental Law and Practice 81.
“Climate Change and the Protection of Drinking Water in Ontario: An Opportunity to Adopt Adaptive Management?” (April, 2011) 22(2) Journal of Environmental Law and Practice 167.
Book Review:
Finding Solutions For Environmental Conflicts: Power and Negotiation (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Press, 2008) by E. Christie (2009) 11(14) Environmental Law Review 318.
Case Component:
“Moses v. Canada (2008), 741(Q.C.C.A.) -- A Partial Analysis of the Federal Court’s Reasoning,” online: The Court – Osgoode Hall Law School
Reports:
IDLO-CISDL’s, “Sustainable Water Management: Compendium of Legal Best Practices” Report. (June, 2012).
IDLO- CISDL’s, “Green Economy For Sustainability: Compendium of Legal Best Practices - Sustainable Fisheries” Report. (June, 2012).
National Network on Environments and Women’s Health, “Women and Water in Canada: The Gendered Health Effects of Chronic Low-Dose Exposures to Chemicals in Drinking Water” Report. (August, 2009).
National Network on Environments and Women’s Health, “Women and Water in Canada: The Significance of Privatization and Commercialization Trends for Women’s Health Report. (August, 2009).
Teaching
LAW 122
Business Law
LAW 603 Advanced Business Law
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