David Lametti, B.A. (University of toronto), LL.B., B.C.L. (McGill), LL.M. (Yale), DPhil (Oxford) is Associate Professor of Law, McGill University. He is the former associate dean (academic), as well as co-founder and member of McGill's Centre for Intellectual Property Policy. He teaches and writes in the areas of civil and common law property, intellectual property and legal theory. He obtained a B.A. in economics and political science from the University of toronto (1985), a LL.B. and B.C.L from McGill (1989), a LL.M. from Yale Law School (1999), and a doctorate (DPhil) from Oxford University (1999). Professor Lametti was a clerk to Justice Peter Cory of the Supreme Court of Canada. He is a member of the bars of Ontario and Quebec, and is a domain name arbiter for WIPO and Resolution Canada (CIRA). His current research focuses on the role that property—traditional and intellectual—plays in the normative order, and the link between (intellectual) property rules and larger ethical theories.