B.A., University of Toronto
M.A., McGill University
LL.B., University of British Columbia
LL.M., Columbia University
Associate Editor, Columbia Journal of Transnational Law
Professor Halewood has taught at Albany Law School since 1994. Prior to coming to Albany Law School, he worked in the health law department of the Ontario Attorney General’s office and as a Law Clerk to the Justices of the Court of Appeal for Ontario in Toronto, Canada. After law school, he was awarded an Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt human rights fellowship and worked both in the litigation department of the firm and later at the Law and Society Trust in Colombo, Sri Lanka on constitutional reform projects. During his post-graduate study at Columbia Law School, he was the Julius Silver Fellow in Law, Science, & Technology, research biotechnology and property in the human body, and was also an Associate Editor of the Columbia Journal of Transnational Law. Professor Halewood was a visiting professor at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto in spring 2002, and has been a visiting professor at the University of Paris X for short visits in 2001, 2002, and 2004. He was a visiting scholar at University of Rome III Faculty of Law during 2004-05, researching law review articles on property theory and law and development. Professor Halewood consulted with the International Development Law Organization in Rome, Italy, on distance learning in international trade law with audiences in Kenya, Uganda, and Mozambique. His research interests include whiteness, commodification, law and the human body, critical legal studies, intellectual property law, property theory, abandoned properties, food insecurity, and international trade and human rights law. Professor Halewood has presented his work at conferences in the U.S., U.K., Canada, Mexico, Sri Lanka, Italy, France, Germany, and Hungary. He was admitted to practice in New York in 1993.