Professor of Law
PO Box 15000 Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 4R2
- Elder law
- Tax policy
- Wills, trusts and estates
- Pension law
- Business law
- BA (King's)
- LLB (Queen's)
Professor Woodman has taught a wide range of upper-law courses, with primary emphasis on tax courses and the law of trusts.
Areas of supervision: Taxation, Succession, Property, Trusts, Estate Planning, Tax Policy, Elder Law
Professor Woodman's research interests include Tax Policy, Women and the Economy, Elder Law, Social Assistance and Succession Law.
Professor Woodman has a written on a wide array of subjects including the impact of the tax system on women.
- Mark Gillen et al, The Law of Trusts: A Contextual Approach, 1st, 2nd, 3rd ed (Toronto: Edmond Montgomery, 2000, 2008, 2015).
- Faye Woodman, "The Taxation of Aquaculture in Canada: A Comparison with the Taxation of Agriculture and Its Policy Implications" in David Vanderzaag & Gloria Chao, eds, Aquaculture Law and Policy: Towards Principled Access and Operations (London: Routledge, 2006).
- Faye Woodman, "The Taxation of Trusts" in Gillen and Woodman, eds, The Law of Trusts: A Contextual Approach (Toronto: Edmond Montgomery, 2000).
- Faye Woodman, "Women, The Law and the Economy: Reflections from the Income Tax System" (1998) 47 UNBLJ 311.
- Faye Woodman, "Financial Obligations of Parents to Adult Disabled Children: Inter Vivos" (1998) EPTJ 131.
Service & activity
- Chair of the Dalhousie Pension Advisory Committee for the Dalhousie Pension Plan
- 2003 Member of the Advisory Group to the Law Commission of Nova Scotia on the Reform of the Nova Scotia Wills Act