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About Michelle Gallant

Currently Associate Dean (Research and Graduate Studies) at the University of Manitoba, my primary research and teaching interests concern the intersection of law and money. Tax law is an obvious locus of that intersection. I teach taxation law and conduct research on tax havens as well as the tax-driven governance of philanthropy. Much of my research focuses on contemporary attempts to control international criminal activity through an assault on the financial element of crime, the revenues upon which it thrives as well as the resources (terrorist finance) that permits its execution. I also regularly teach international law and conflict resolution.


Present Associate Dean (Research and Graduate Studies), University of Manitoba School of Law

Research Interests

Taxation, Dispute Resolution, International Law, Money Laundering, and Terrorist Finance

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  • Taxation Law and Policy
  • International Law
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Workshop on Commercial and Corporate Law, Panelist, Taxation Panel, Winnipeg, Manitoba, October 3, 2008
  • Law, Philanthropy and New Economic Challenges: Changing the Rules of Engagement, Conference Chair, Winnipeg, Manitoba, September 16, 2009

Contact Information

Faculty of Law
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, Canada, R3T 2N2
tel: 204.474.6143
fax: 204.474.7580


Civil Liability in Criminal Law (3)

Terrorist Finance (2)

Conflict Analysis and Resolution (1)