Graham Reynolds

Graham Reynolds is an Associate Professor at the Peter A. Allard School of Law with research and teaching interests focused on copyright, intellectual property, human rights, technology, and access to justice. Prior to joining the faculty at the Allard School of Law, Reynolds was an Assistant Professor at the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University. He currently serves as a Research Fellow at the Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre at the University of Oxford, a Member of the Neglected Global Disease Initiative at UBC (NGDI-UBC), and an Affiliated Faculty Member of the Centre for Law and the Environment at the Allard School of Law.

Reynolds received a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Manitoba before graduating from the LLB program at the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University. Upon leaving law school, Reynolds served as a law clerk for the Honourable Chief Justice Finch of the British Columbia Court of Appeal. He continued his academic studies at the University of Oxford and studied on a Rhodes Scholarship, Pierre Elliot Trudeau Scholarship, and a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Doctoral Award. His doctoral research focused on the intersection between freedom of expression and copyright. He continues to publish extensively on intellectual property, technology, and human rights. Reynolds is also a contributing author of Canadian Intellectual Property Law: Cases and Materials, a leading textbook in the field.

Regarded as a dedicated and enthusiastic professor, Reynolds is a recipient of a UBC Killam Teaching Prize and the George Curtis Memorial Award for Teaching Excellence. Apart from teaching courses, he also coaches the Oxford International Property Moot team thereby further demonstrating his commitment to legal education.