Faculty of Law, Common Law Section
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My fields of research include child protection, the judiciary and judicial education, miscarriages of justice including wrongful convictions, and self-represented litigants. I practiced child protection for eight years, wrote a text for the judiciary on child protection in Ontario, and acted as a policy analyst for the Motherisk Commission which examined miscarriages of justice in child protection cases resulting from unreliable hair testing for drugs and alcohol at Sick Kids. I worked for the National Judicial Institute for almost ten years, designing educational programs and resources on gender-based violence, the Charter, Evidence, Preventing Wrongful Convictions, self-represented litigants, and other topics. I am currently working with the National Self-Represented Litigants Project.
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