Advisors


Board of Directors | | Educational Review Committee | | National Advisory Council

 

Board of Directors


Chair
Jodi Butts

Vice-Chairs
Shari Austin, Chima Nkemdirim, Gillian Smith

Honorary Legal Council
David Stevens

Ian Alexander, Stephen Atkinson, Diane Blake, Shakir Chambers, Ira Gluskin, Elizabeth Gomery, Alyssa Hussein, Åsa Kachan, Claire Lanctôt, Janelle Lassonde, Roxanne McCaig, Scott Mullin


Educational Review Committee

Chair
Ian Alexander

Vice-Chair
Mark Migotti (University of Calgary)

Madhur Anand (University of Guelph), Benjamin Berger (Osgoode Hall Law School, York University), Randy Boyagoda (University of Toronto), Lea Caragata (University of British Columbia), Nadine Caron (University of British Columbia), David Cramb (Ryerson University), Stephen Kimber (University of King’s College), Logan MacDonald (University of Waterloo), Fenwick McKelvey (Concordia University), Tokunbo Ojo (York University), Zoe Todd (Carleton University)

 


National Advisory Council

Siri Agrell, Zahra Al-Harazi, Shelley Ambrose, Charlie Angelakos, Maxine Bailey, Bruce Bennett, Helen Burstyn, Cameron Charlebois, Paul Cohen, Heather Conway, Jean Cumming, Clint Davis, Michael Decter, Rupert Duchesne, Martha Durdin, William Fox, Roger Garland, Emmanuelle Gattuso, John Geiger, Marina Glogovac, Blake Goldring, Francesca Grosso, David Harrison, Dr. Eric Jackman, Tom Jackson, Roberta Jamieson, Donald K. Johnson, Lucille Joseph, Mark Kingwell, Chethan Lakshman, Gerald Lazare, D’Arcy Levesque, James Little, Louise MacCallum, Hugh MacKinnon, Bruce MacLellan, Robin McLay, Seamus O’Regan, Terry O’Reilly, Anna Porter, Julian Porter, Justin Poy, Karen Prentice, Irfhan Rawji, Gretchen Ross, Pierre Santoni, Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair, Lee Smolin, Helga Stephenson, Mira Sucharov, Anne Sutherland, Vince Timpano, John Tory Jr., and Aritha van Herk.


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