Project Title: A Comparison of Inadequate Doctrines: The Canadian Honour of the Crown v. the Fiduciary Trust
Jennifer Pahre is an Associate Teaching Professor at the University of Illinois College of Law. She was awarded her bachelor’s degree from Stanford University with dual majors in international relations and German studies and was inducted into the Pi Sigma Alpha International Relations Honors Society. She earned her JD degree from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles, where she was the chief note and comment editor of the Loyola International and Comparative Law Review.
Professor Pahre is admitted to the state bars of California, Michigan, and Illinois and has practiced law in all three states. At the University of Illinois, she has taught Remedies, Insurance Law, Evidence, and Constitutional Law. In addition to a law textbook, she has published a collection of articles on topics ranging from the attorney-client privilege to developments in biotechnology medicine. She has participated in panel discussions and in live broadcasts on public television, and is a regular contributor on public radio.
About the APSA Advancing Research Grants for Indigenous Politics Scholars
The APSA Diversity and Inclusion Advancing Research Grants provide support for the advancement of scholars from historically racial and ethnic underrepresented groups and for research that examines political science phenomena affecting historically underserved communities and underrepresented groups and communities. In December 2021, APSA also awarded eight projects for the APSA Diversity and Inclusion Advancing Research Grants for Indigenous Politics for a combined amount of $20,000. Read about the funded projects.