Instructor for 391.
Dr. Buckingham is the Director of the Laurentian Leadership Centre as of October 15, 2006.
Dr. Buckingham received her LLB from Dalhousie University, and her LLD from the University of Stellenbosch. She practiced law in Nova Scotia and Ontario, served as executive director of Christian Legal Fellowship from 1990-1994 and has been general legal counsel of the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada from 1999 and Director, Law and Public Policy since Sept. 2003-2006.
Of her work at the LLC, Dr. Buckingham enjoys the interaction she has with keen, bright students who seek to bring their Christian faith to bear on public policy issues.
Dr. Buckingham has lived in England, France and South Africa, and now she, her husband, dog and cat, call Ottawa home. She is currently working on a book on the history of religious freedom in Canada.
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Instructor for POLS 392
Tyler Chamberlain is an alumnus of Trinity Western University and the Laurentian Leadership Centre. He completed his MA in Political Philosophy at Carleton University in 2012 with a thesis titled "Pascal's Epistemological Critique of Modern Political Thought." He is currently working on his Ph.D. in Political Science at Carleton University. Prof. Chamberlain has worked with the Anglican Church of Christ the Redeemer as a youth pastor, the Institute for Marriage and Family, MP Chris Warkentin and the CRG. Prof. Chamberlain is married with a young daughter.
Instructor for POLS 393
Department: Political Studies; Religious Studies, International Studies
Area of Expertise: Christian worldview; Christianity and the political order; Contemporary Christianity; Influential Christian thinkers in the Western tradition; Political philosophy
Education: BTh (Western Pentecostal); MCS (Regent); ThM (Regent)
"My time at the LLC has been filled with high caliber work experience, lively academic learning and meningful frienships. The most useful aspect of this program has been gaining an understanding of how my international studies degree is applicable in a variety of domestic and international careers. I recommend this program to any student seeking to enrich their academic undergraduate degree with an exciting political internship."