Dr. Shauna Van Praagh has been a law professor at McGill University, and member of the McGill Institute for Comparative Law, since 1993. The courses she teaches include Extra-Contractual Obligations/Torts and Advanced Common Law Obligations, Social Diversity and Law, Children and Law, Foundations of Canadian Law, and Graduate Legal Methodology. Her research and writing range from children in the law of obligations to law and literature, from legal traditions and education to law and religious communities. A past clerk to the Right Honourable Brian Dickson, Chief Justice of Canada, she studied at the University of Toronto (B.Sc., LL.B.) and Columbia University (LL.M., J.S.D.). Professor Van Praagh has served as Associate Dean for Graduate Studies in Law at McGill, and is active in McGill’s Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism and in the Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law. Publications relevant to the cyber-bullying project include: “‘Sois Sage’ – Responsibility for Childishness in the Law of Civil Wrongs”, in J. Neyers, E. Chamberlain and S. Pitel, eds., Emerging Issues in Tort Law (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2007); “Adolescence, Autonomy and Harry Potter: The Child as Decision-Maker”, (2005) 4(1) Int’l Journal of Law in Context 335-373 (Cambridge Univ. Press).