Catherine Morris, BA (Alberta) 1974, JD (Alberta) 1978, LLM (UBC) 2001, is an Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Victoria. She regularly teaches graduate level courses in international human rights, negotiation and conflict resolution. She has been involved in design, planning, administration and presentation of educational and planning workshops for senior public officials, leaders of non-governmental organizations (NGOs), academics and professionals in several countries in Asia, South America and Africa. Her research and writing has resulted in publications and presentations on dispute resolution, legal education, religion and peace, peacebuilding after massive human rights violations. She was one of the drafters of LRWC’s 2012 report on The Right to Know Your Rights: International Human Rights Education and Training in British Columbia, and LRWC’s 2010 report on International Law Obligations to Provide Legal Aid. Ms. Morris is a member of the Law Society of British Columbia and the Canadian Bar Association.
Catherine Morris | Board of Directors
July 17, 2012