Blair A. Major
LLB (Alberta), LLM (McGill), DCL (McGill)
Blair’s research and writing is primarily on the subject of law and religion, both in the international and domestic legal contexts. In his research, Blair draws on social and legal theories to develop a nuanced understanding of the nature of the law’s interaction with religion. Blair was awarded a prestigious Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship Doctoral Award from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council for his doctoral research.
Blair completed his undergraduate studies at Trinity Western University (BA) and the University of Alberta (LLB). He completed both of his graduate degrees in law at McGill University: an LLM and a Doctor of Civil Law. Blair is a member of the Law Society of Alberta, and previously practiced law in Edmonton, Alberta.
Blair is currently teaching the Fundamental Legal Skills and Administrative law courses.