Carleton home home directories campus map contact us site index search

Michael Mac Neil
Department of Law

Office: D598 Loeb

Department of Law
Carleton University

1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, ON CANADA
K1S 5B6

Ph (613) 520-2600 x 3684
Fax (613) 520-4467





Michael Mac Neil, Associate Professor Department of Law, Carleton University; B.Sc. (Mathematics) Dalhousie (1976); LL.B. Dalhousie (1979); LL.M. Harvard (1981). Professor Mac Neil started teaching at Carleton University in 1981. He specializes in the areas of labour and employment law, and more recently in the study of issues concerning law and cyberspace, privacy and surveillance. Other teaching and research subjects include property, the Charter, public law and private law. Professor Mac Neil has acted frequently as a fact finder for the Ontario Education Relations Commission in teacher-school board collective bargaining disputes. He has been a member of the Collective Bargaining Committee of the Canadian Association of University Teachers, and a member of the executive of the Canadian Association of Law Teachers. Within the University, he has served as both Graduate and Undergraduate Supervisor in the Law Department, has chaired the bargaining committee for the Carleton University Academic Staff Association, and served on numerous other University committees. From 1998 to 2002, he served on the University's Senate, and again from 2007 to 2009. He served as Chair of the Law Department at Carleton University from 1999-2002. From July to December 2002, he was a visitor at the University of New South Wales, associated with the Baker and MacKenzie Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre. During his visit, he taught a postgraduate course on Internet Content.

From 2003 to 2009, Professor Mac Neil was an Associate Dean in the Faculty of Public Affairs at Carleton University. He is currenly serving as a member of the University Senate, and as a Senate representative on the University Board of Governors. He also chairs the University's Student Academic Integrity Appeals Committee.

Last Modified:28/10/2012