• Dennis G. Molinaro

    Dennis Molinaro, B.A. (Trent) M.A. (Queen’s) PhD ( Toronto). Dennis Molinaro currently teaches history at Trent University. He has also previously taught the History of Modern Espionage at the University of Toronto. He has researched and published a book and articles on the use of wartime powers in peacetime and state security and intelligence policies… Read more »

  • Anthony Adamson (1906 – 2002)

    Anthony Patrick Cawthra Adamson was a leading expert in Ontario’s architectural heritage. He began his career as an architect, but proceeded to work as a professor at the University of Toronto (1955-1965), a town planner and a municipal reeve for the Township of Toronto (now Mississauga). He was the chief designer of Upper Canada Village… Read more »

  • Ellen Anderson

    Ellen Anderson is a partner at Gibson & Adams LLP in Barrie where she practices in the area of family law and other civil law matters. She worked for several years as a teacher and took time to raise her children before she embarked on her legal career. She was awarded the Canadian Bar Association… Read more »

  • John Douglas Arnup (1911 – 2005)

    After being called to the bar in 1935 John Arnup practiced with Mason, Foulds, Davidson, Carter & Kellock (now Weir and Foulds). During his time at the firm, he became one of Toronto’s most highly regarded litigators. Arnup was elected a Bencher to the Law Society of upper Canada in 1952 and Treasurer in 1963…. Read more »

  • Constance Backhouse

    Professor Backhouse is the Distinguished Professor, University Research Chair in the Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, and Director of the Human Rights Research and Education Centre at the University of Ottawa. She researches and teaches in the areas of criminal law, human rights, legal history, and women and the law. Professor Backhouse was President… Read more »

  • Nancy Backhouse

    Madam Justice Nancy Backhouse is currently serving on the Superior Court of Justice for Ontario. Before her appointment to the bench, Justice Backhouse was a family law lawyer and labour arbitrator. She was also a bencher and chair of the Admissions and Equity Committee of the Law Society, vice-chair of the Ontario Grievance Settlement Board,… Read more »

  • G. Blaine Baker

    G. Blaine Baker is a Professor Emeritus at McGill University. Prior to joining McGill in 1981 he was a Bigelow Fellow at the University of Chicago Law School. During his time at McGill he served as Associate Dean (Academic) from 1999 to 2001 and Associate Dean (Graduate Studies) from 1997 to 1999. He has also… Read more »

  • Jerry Bannister

    Jerry Bannister is an Associate Professor of History at Dalhousie University. He has researched and published several books and articles on British North America with an emphasis on Newfoundland and the Atlantic. His work has earned him several accolades including the Sir John A. Macdonald Prize of the Canadian Historical Association for the best book… Read more »

  • Benjamin Berger

    Benjamin Berger is Associate Professor of Law at Osgoode Hall Law School and a member of the Graduate Faculty in the Socio-Legal Studies Program at York University. He was previously at the University of Victoria, where he was an associate professor in the Faculty of Law and held a cross appointment in the Department of… Read more »

  • Jerome Bickenbach

    Jerome Bickenbach is a professor in the Department of Philosophy and Faculties of Law and Medicine at Queen’s University. He holds a Queen’s Research Chair and was a previous holder of a Killam Fellowship, working on the law and policy of health systems performance assessment. His area of specialty is bio-ethics, philosophy of law and… Read more »