Anna Priemaza, LLB, BAH

Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Arts - Economics Dept
Directory

Spring Term 2024 (1870)

ECON 109 - Basic Writing in Economics I

3 units (fi 6)(EITHER, 0-3S-0)

The course will introduce students to basic writing in the economics discipline. The focus is on developing the ability to write clearly on economic concepts, as well as illustrating results of data analysis. ECON 109 is a prerequisite for all ECON courses at the 300- and 400-level. ECON 109 will be waived as a prerequisite upon completion of the Assessment of Reading, Comprehension, and Writing in Economics. Students who have successfully completed the Assessment of Reading, Comprehension, and Writing in Economics will not be permitted to enroll/receive credit in ECON 109. Students can contact the Department of Economics for more information about the Assessment. Prerequisite: ECON 101.

SEMINAR A01 (30437)

2024-05-06 - 2024-06-12
TR 09:30 - 12:20



LAW 101 - Introduction to Canadian Law

3 units (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

An introduction to the important principles, people, and processes of the Canadian law and legal system. The course will provide an introduction and overview of foundational subjects in Canadian law such as Indigenous Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Torts Law, Contracts Law, Property Law, Corporate Law, Family Law, Environmental Law, Health Law and International Law.

LECTURE 800 (30831)

2024-05-06 - 2024-06-12
01:00 - 01:00

Summer Term 2024 (1880)

LAW 101 - Introduction to Canadian Law

3 units (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

An introduction to the important principles, people, and processes of the Canadian law and legal system. The course will provide an introduction and overview of foundational subjects in Canadian law such as Indigenous Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Torts Law, Contracts Law, Property Law, Corporate Law, Family Law, Environmental Law, Health Law and International Law.

LECTURE 850 (40852)

2024-07-08 - 2024-08-14
01:00 - 01:00

Fall Term 2024 (1890)

ECON 109 - Basic Writing in Economics I

3 units (fi 6)(EITHER, 0-3S-0)

The course will introduce students to basic writing in the economics discipline. The focus is on developing the ability to write clearly on economic concepts, as well as illustrating results of data analysis. ECON 109 is a prerequisite for all ECON courses at the 300- and 400-level. ECON 109 will be waived as a prerequisite upon completion of the Assessment of Reading, Comprehension, and Writing in Economics. Students who have successfully completed the Assessment of Reading, Comprehension, and Writing in Economics will not be permitted to enroll/receive credit in ECON 109. Students can contact the Department of Economics for more information about the Assessment. Prerequisite: ECON 101.

SEMINAR A05 (53692)

2024-09-03 - 2024-12-09
TR 14:00 - 15:20



LAW 101 - Introduction to Canadian Law

3 units (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

An introduction to the important principles, people, and processes of the Canadian law and legal system. The course will provide an introduction and overview of foundational subjects in Canadian law such as Indigenous Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Torts Law, Contracts Law, Property Law, Corporate Law, Family Law, Environmental Law, Health Law and International Law. May not be used for credit in any degrees or programs offered by the Faculty of Law.

LECTURE 800 (52141)

2024-09-03 - 2024-12-09
01:00 - 01:00



LAW 440A - Property Law

2.5 units (fi 10)(TWO TERM, 2;3-0-0)

This course involves the study of basic principles which govern the institution of real and personal property. Included in this analysis will be the history of property law and issues of social and political context. Other topics include right incident to the ownership and possession of land, tenures and estates, concurrent ownership, dower, leases and tenancies, easements, restrictive covenants, finders law, bailment, and gifts. Other special issues may be explored.

LECTURE C03 (46990)

2024-09-16 - 2024-12-04
TR 10:30 - 11:30

Winter Term 2025 (1900)

ECON 109 - Basic Writing in Economics I

3 units (fi 6)(EITHER, 0-3S-0)

The course will introduce students to basic writing in the economics discipline. The focus is on developing the ability to write clearly on economic concepts, as well as illustrating results of data analysis. ECON 109 is a prerequisite for all ECON courses at the 300- and 400-level. ECON 109 will be waived as a prerequisite upon completion of the Assessment of Reading, Comprehension, and Writing in Economics. Students who have successfully completed the Assessment of Reading, Comprehension, and Writing in Economics will not be permitted to enroll/receive credit in ECON 109. Students can contact the Department of Economics for more information about the Assessment. Prerequisite: ECON 101.

SEMINAR B04 (71318)

2025-01-06 - 2025-04-09
TR 12:30 - 13:50



LAW 101 - Introduction to Canadian Law

3 units (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

An introduction to the important principles, people, and processes of the Canadian law and legal system. The course will provide an introduction and overview of foundational subjects in Canadian law such as Indigenous Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Torts Law, Contracts Law, Property Law, Corporate Law, Family Law, Environmental Law, Health Law and International Law. May not be used for credit in any degrees or programs offered by the Faculty of Law.

LECTURE 850 (76042)

2025-01-06 - 2025-04-09
01:00 - 01:00



LAW 440B - Property Law

2.5 units (fi 10)(TWO TERM, 2;3-0-0)

This course involves the study of basic principles which govern the institution of real and personal property. Included in this analysis will be the history of property law and issues of social and political context. Other topics include right incident to the ownership and possession of land, tenures and estates, concurrent ownership, dower, leases and tenancies, easements, restrictive covenants, finders law, bailment, and gifts. Other special issues may be explored.

LECTURE C03 (72353)

2025-01-06 - 2025-04-09
TR 10:30 - 11:50



LAW 589 - Specialized Legal Topics

3 units (fi 6)(EITHER, 0-3S-0)

These courses will cover specialized topics of emerging importance in the law at a senior level in a format with a significant out-of-classroom component. The particular topic covered would vary dependent on the availability of Faculty with necessary teaching competence, student interest, and the needs of the legal profession.

SEMINAR B05 (78516)

2025-01-06 - 2025-04-09
TR 09:00 - 10:20