Title or Function
- Charity and Not-for-Profit Law; Law and Religion; Administrative and Regulatory Law.
- University of Victoria
Dr. Kathryn Chan is a researcher for the PhiLab project. Her research will focus on the regulation and internal governance of grantmaking foundations in Canada. Kathryn is an Assistant Professor at the University of Victoria Faculty of Law, where she teaches Non-Profit Sector Law, Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, and Law and Religion. Between 2009 and 2013, she undertook doctoral research on comparative charity regulation as a Trudeau Foundation Scholar at the University of Oxford. Her first book, The Public-Private Nature of Charity Law, was published by Hart Bloomsbury in November 2016. She previously practiced at a boutique charity law firm in Vancouver and is a former executive member of both the national and BC branches of the CBA Charity and Not-for-Profit Law Subsection.