Jean-Guy Belley


Faculty of Law

 

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William C. Macdonald Chair


Chancellor Day Hall, Rm 616 [Map]
3644 rue Peel Montreal Quebec Canada
Montreal, Quebec
H3A 1W9
 
 
514.398.6634 [Office]
514-398-3233 [Fax]

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Biography

Professor Belley's teaching and research interests are in contract and general theory of law from the perspective offered by the social sciences, mainly sociology and economic analysis of law. A former fellow of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (Law in Society program), he co-ordinated the collective book Le droit soluble (LGDJ, 1996) and a special issue of the Canadian Journal of Law and Society on legal pluralism (1997). He recently published a book on a large empirical study of contractual practice s in industrial context. Professor Belley is currently a member of the Comité de jury du concours juridique de la Fondation du Barreau du Québec and a special consultant of the Comité de révision du Code de procédure civile du Québec for the Quebec Department of Justice.

Education

LL L. (Laval)

LL.M. (Laval)

LL.D. (Paris)

Employment

Professor, McGill University, 1999-

Professor, Laval University

Areas of Interest

Droit des contrats et théorie générale du droit (sociologie et analyse économique du droit)