Jeff Berryman is a Distinguished University Professor and Professor of Law, former Associate Vice-President Academic and former Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Windsor, Canada, where he has been for the past 35 years.
In addition, he holds an Honourary Professorship of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Auckland, N.Z. A specialist in remedies, he also teaches contract law, trusts and restitution.
He is the author of “The Law of Equitable Remedies” (Irwin Publishing – Essentials of Canadian Law series), now in its second edition, and is the co-ordinating editor and contributing author of Berryman et al, “Remedies: Cases and Materials” now in its 8th ed., published by Emond Montgomery. His published articles have appeared in journals in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, The United States, and England. He has advised the New Zealand Ministry of Justice, Ontario Law Reform Commission, and the Federal Court of Canada.
He is a recipient of the Law Society Medal, member of the Law Society of Ontario, and a barrister and solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand.
Scholarships and Fellowships
2012 (August), Visiting Scholarship, Faculty of Law, University of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia.
2012 (March-June), Visiting Fellow, Clare Hall, Cambridge University, UK.
2011 (September-October), Erskine Visiting Fellowship, College of Business and Economics, Canterbury University, Christchurch, New Zealand.
2008, Erskine Visiting Fellowship, College of Business and Economics, Canterbury University, Christchurch, N.Z.
1980, Dalhousie Graduate Fellowship.
1980, Spencer Mason Traveling Scholarship in Law