JD, BA (Hons), PIDP

Instructor, Paralegal Program
School of Legal Studies
Faculty of Business and Professional Studies

604.986.1911 ext. 3537
Fir Building, room FR546


Provincial Instructor Diploma Program (PIDP), Vancouver Community College, 2012.

JD, University of Victoria, 2002.

BA (Honours), Environmental Studies, University of British Columbia, 1998.


Angeline Han (JD, University of Victoria, 2002) received her law degree at the University of Victoria and was called to the bar in BC. She articled and practiced law at MacIsaac & Company, a personal injury law firm in Victoria, representing plaintiffs primarily in motor vehicle accident cases. Her interest in legal research drew her back to Vancouver to work at LexisNexis, a leading legal research and litigation solutions software provider. This quickly led to teaching and in 2008 she joined the faculty in the Department of Legal Studies at Capilano University.

Han is passionate about shaping the development and growth of our future paralegals. To further her role as an adult educator, she completed the BC Provincial Instructor Diploma program at Vancouver Community College in 2012.

I teach LAW 110 Legal Analysis and LAW 210 Legal Research to the degree, diploma and certificate students. I have also taught various legal electives including Legal Interviewing, Legal Drafting, Legal Document Processing, Sports & Recreation Law and Conveyancing Procedures. I enjoy engaging my students in my face-to-face and online classes.

In addition to teaching, I am the Convenor of the Minor in Legal Studies and a Lab Supervisor for the Paralegal Certificate (Online) program. I have served as the Summer Coordinator for the department and am the voice behind the Legal Studies CapU Twitter feed.