Stephanie Ben-Ishai

Affiliated Scholar

Stephanie Ben-Ishai

Stephanie Ben-Ishai

Affiliated Scholar

Bar Admissions
  • Ontario, 2002

Clients turn to Stephanie for her deep knowledge of private law issues, primarily in the context of transactions and litigation. As a full professor at Osgoode Hall Law School, she is highly regarded for her leading research and teaching in the areas of insolvency, contract, corporate governance and commercial law.

Clients trust her insightful advice and, as an affiliated scholar with our firm, Stephanie brings valuable experience to our clients’ complex matters. Before joining the Osgoode faculty, she was a law clerk at the Court of Appeal for Ontario and practised in the Insolvency Group at another Toronto law firm.

She has significant expertise in commercial law reform. Governments and self-regulatory organizations regularly consult Stephanie for guidance on insolvency and commercial law matters. As a frequent guest speaker, Stephanie presents her research work and serves as a visiting professor at major law faculties globally.

Stephanie Ben-Ishai

Affiliated Scholar

Clients turn to Stephanie for her deep knowledge of private law issues, primarily in the context of transactions and litigation. As a full professor at Osgoode Hall Law School, she is highly regarded for her leading research and teaching in the areas of insolvency, contract, corporate governance and commercial law.

Clients trust her insightful advice and, as an affiliated scholar with our firm, Stephanie brings valuable experience to our clients’ complex matters. Before joining the Osgoode faculty, she was a law clerk at the Court of Appeal for Ontario and practised in the Insolvency Group at another Toronto law firm.

She has significant expertise in commercial law reform. Governments and self-regulatory organizations regularly consult Stephanie for guidance on insolvency and commercial law matters. As a frequent guest speaker, Stephanie presents her research work and serves as a visiting professor at major law faculties globally.

Guide

Payday Lending in Canada: 10 Years Later, co-author

Jan. 30, 2017 - Annual Review of Insolvency Law 2016 (Toronto: Carswell)

Article

Private Lines of Credit for Law Students and Medical Students: A Canadian Perspective, co-author

Jan. 01, 2017 - Banking and Finance Law Review

Article

The American Bankruptcy Institute Recommendations on Chapter 11: Some Canadian Thoughts

Dec. 31, 2016 - Canadian Business Law Journal, Vol. 57, No. 3

Guide

Government Involvement in CCAA Proceedings: Has Transparency Been Achieved?, co-author

Jan. 31, 2016 - Annual Review of Insolvency Law 2015 (Toronto: Carswell)

Guide

Canadian Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law: Cases, Texts and Materials, 3rd ed., co-author

Dec. 31, 2015 - (Toronto: Emond Montgomery Publications)

Guide

A Traditionalist’s Take on Bankruptcy Intersections

Aug. 14, 2015 - The Dignity of Law: The Legacy of Justice Louis LeBel (Markham: LexisNexis)

Article

Reaffirmation of Debt in Consumer Bankruptcy in Canada

Jan. 01, 2015 - Canadian Business Law Journal, Vol. 56, No. 2

Guide

Contracts: Cases and Commentaries, 9th ed., co-author

Aug. 14, 2014 - (Toronto: Carswell)

Article

Symposium in Honour of John McCamus, Teaching and Scholarship, guest editor

May 01, 2014 - Osgoode Hall Law Journal, Vol. 51, No. 3

Article

Student Loans and Bankruptcy: Five Years Later

Jan. 01, 2014 - Annual Review of Insolvency Law (2014)

Bar Admissions

Ontario, 2002

Education

Harvard Law School, LLM
Osgoode Hall Law School, LLB

Professional Affiliations

Insolvency Institute of Canada
International Academy of Commercial and Consumer Law
International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation

Community Involvement

Canadian Law and Economics Association, member and former secretary
Insolvency Institute of Canada, Editorial Board and Advocacy Committee