CAPI Associates contribute in diverse ways to the research mandate of the Centre, through projects and involvement in various activities. Associates are drawn from the campus and from the broader community.
Current CAPI Associates
Linda Pennells, Associate
Linda Pennells is a consultant in governance, gender and social impact at policy and program levels. She has worked in 14 countries in the Asia-Pacific region and nine countries in Africa. Her clients include UNICEF, UNESCO, UNDP, FINNIDA, DFID and CIDA.
Pip Nicholson, Associate
Pip Nicholson joined the Asian Law Centre, University of Melbourne, in 1997 and was a Senior Fellow of the Faculty from 1998. She joined the Faculty permanently as a lecturer in 2002.
Masafumi Nakahigashi, Associate
Masafumi Nakahigashi has conducted research at the University of Victoria, University of British Columbia, and University of California at Berkeley, amongst others. His areas of specialization are in corporate law and securities regulations.
Catherine Morris, Associate
Catherine Morris is a lawyer and conflict consultant with experience in the field of conflict resolution since 1983. She is director of Peacemakers Trust, a Canadian charitable organization for research and education in conflict transformation and peacebuilding.
Chris Morgan, Associate
Bio coming soon.
Ted McDorman, Associate
Ted McDorman joined the UVic Faculty of Law in 1985 and was promoted to full Professor in 2001. His teaching areas include public international law, international trade law, international ocean and environmental law and private international law (conflicts of law).
Peter Maidstone, Associate
Peter Maidstone was instrumental in developing, and has taught in Asia Pacific Studies at Camosun College, since 1988. He has been a Visiting Lecturer at Tianjin University, PRC, and was a Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore.
Kenneth MacKay, Associate
Kenneth MacKay is a marine biologist with extensive experience in conservation, sustainable fisheries and agriculture. He has worked on the Atlantic coast of Canada, Africa, South-East Asia and the Pacific.
Gordon Longmuir, Associate
Gordon Longmuir was born in Trail, British Columbia and served as an officer in the Royal Canadian Navy before completing studies at the University of British Columbia. He went on to a foreign service career that took him to Vietnam (1967-69); Japan (1969-71 and 1980-84); the Republic of Korea (1973-76) and Thailand (1984-86).
Isabel Lloyd, Associate
Isabel Lloyd is a highly experienced former Deputy Minister in British Columbia and is currently working with the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) and the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM)