Don Egleston

Professor Emeritus

B.A. (Saskatchewan) 1966, LL.B. (Saskatchewan) 1967

Profile

Prior to joining the Allard School of Law as Senior Instructor in 1975, Mr. Egleston practised civil litigation and Criminal Law. His teaching subjects include: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Clinical Law, Advanced Criminal Law and Trial Advocacy. Professor Egleston served as a co-editor of Canadian Criminal Law and Practice. He also serves as Director of the Faculty's Moot Court Program and as Faculty Advisor to the Peter Burns and Western Canada Moot teams.