Andrew McDougall is an Assistant Professor in Canadian Politics and Public Law. He researches Canadian constitutional law and politics, federalism, intergovernmental relations, and Quebec nationalism. He received his B.A. (Hons) from the University of Toronto, and received an M.A. in political science and an LL.B. from Queen's University. He worked as a lawyer on Bay Street as a securities litigator and corporate lawyer, after which he returned to academia and completed a Ph.D. on Canadian federalism from the University of Toronto. Among other journals, Andrew's work has appeared in the Canadian Journal of Political Science, Canadian Public Administration, and Publius: The Journal of Federalism (with Robert Schertzer and Grace Skogstad). He is also the co-editor a major, 2-volume book on Confederation (with Jaqueline Krikorian, David Cameron, Marcel Martel, and Robert Vipond).
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Research Fields: Canadian Politics, Public Law, Public Policy
- Canadian federalism and intergovernmental relations
- Constitutional law
- Aboriginal politics and the politics of the High North