Peter Tesi

/Peter Tesi

Peter Tesi

License candidate

Peter J. Tesi is a licensing candidate with the Law Society of Upper Canada under the supervision of Mohamed Doli. Holds a LL.B degree from the University of Yaounde, Cameroon in common and Civil Law.Holds a LL.M from Dalhousie University in Halifax Nova Scotia where he specialized in Environmental and Maritime law and Policy Holds a LL.M from the University of Virginia School of law, U.S.A, specializing in Corporate Law He is also A Lumpkin Global Research Fellow, Duke University, North Carolina, U.S.A He taught Accident and Tort Law, Commercial and contract law. He worked with the Centre for Ocean Law and Policy in the University of Virginia and was involved extensively in research on the law of the sea and security law under Professors John Moore and Marion Norquist respectively. Areas of specialty: Personal Injury, Criminal Law, Labour Law, Human Rights and Immigration Articles written: “The Environmental   Perspective of the Rwandan Genocide of 1994”, in Moses K. Tesi (Ed), The Environment and Development in Africa (Lexington Book: 2000). Peter J. Tesi ,”Union Douaniere et Economique de L'Afrique Central (UDEAC)” in Kevin  Shillington, (ed.)  Encyclopedia of African History (Fitzroy Dearborn: 2005). Peter Tesi, “Niger” in Herbert M. Kritzer (Ed:) Legal Systems of the World: A Political, Social, and Cultural Encyclopedia (ABC-CLIO (July 1, 2002). Peter Tesi, The Challenges facing Canada under the Kyoto protocol on Climate Change-Prepared for Clean Nova Scotia on prono basis