Reagan is an articling student in Smart & Biggar’s Toronto office. He comes to the firm as a former director in the civil service and recipient of the Premier’s Award for Excellence in Public Service. His career achievements include work on major constitutional files before the Supreme Court of Canada, the passage of over 30 pieces of new or amended legislation, and the management of stakeholder relations on a multi-billion dollar portfolio of public infrastructure assets.
Reagan is the former editor-in-chief of the Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies, the author of numerous published works and the recipient of more than a dozen awards, including in intellectual property and administrative law.
During his final term of law school, Reagan clerked at the Nova Scotia Supreme Court in Halifax.
- In the Media
- “Infra-instructure,” keynote, Building Owners & Managers Association luncheon, 2017
- “The Paradox of Corporate Social Responsibility,” University of Saskatchewan Graduate Research Symposium, Saskatoon, SK, 2014
- “Boundedly-Rational Motivators: Why Canada Lacks a Climate Change Policy,” Prairie Political Science Association Annual Conference, Banff, AB, 2013
- “An Entitlements Approach to Coercion: A Case for Unilateral Border Control,” Dalhousie University 8th Annual Graduate Symposium, Halifax, NS, 2013
“Constitutionalized Rights to Indigenous Intellectual Property,” Canadian Intellectual Property Review, vol 35, 2020
- “The Economics of Canadian Anti-Discrimination Laws,” Alberta Law Review, Vol. 57, No. 3, April 2020
- “Legal Essays: A Checklist” (co-author: Sarah MacLeod), Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies, vol 29, pp. 1 – 10, 2020
- “What to Make of Unprofitable Corporate Social Responsibility,” International Journal of Corporate Strategy and Social Responsibility, vol 1., no. 1, pp. 65 - 85, 2016
- “Saskatchewan Uranium Royalty and Implications of Change,” Saskatchewan Economics Journal, vol. 8, pp. 88 – 98, 2012
- “An Econometric Analysis of Film, Star Power, and the Oscars,” In Medias Res, 2011