Dr. Wesley Pue was UBC's first Nemetz Professor of Legal History. He has also served at UBC as Director for the Graduate Programme in Law, Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Research (2003 - 2007), acting Director of the Individual Interdisciplinary Studies Graduate Program, Vice-Provost (Vancouver Campus), and Provost (Okanagan Campus). Before joining UBC, he taught at Osgoode Hall Law School, Oklahoma City University, Carleton University and the University of Manitoba.
Dr. Pue is the General Editor for Canada's "Law and Society" book series, published by UBC Press. His research and publications are primarily in the fields of legal history, law and colonialism, policing, and national security.
The Allard Law History Project is particularly grateful to Dr. Pue for his extraordinary contribution to the recorded history of this law school. His book, Law School: The Story of Legal Education in British Columbia (Vancouver: University of British Columbia, Faculty of Law, 1995). [Call Number: KE289 .P83 1995 (LC)] serves as a valuable resource for this project and for other legal historians.