Adjunct Professor

Alexi Wood (B.A., J.D.) maintains a litigation practice in Davis LLP’s Toronto office. She practices corporate/commercial litigation, professional negligence and discipline, health law, regulatory, administrative and constitutional law.

 Ms. Wood represents clients at all levels of courts in Ontario as well as before various tribunals and administrative bodies, and the Supreme Court of Canada. She also assists members of regulated health professions with disciplinary matters, Coroners’ inquests, and at the Consent and Capacity Board. In addition, Ms. Wood has represented Canadian Civil Liberties Association in a variety of Charter cases at the Ontario Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada. Prior to entering private practice, Ms. Wood interned for the UN’s High Commission for Human Rights in Switzerland, and was selected as a delegate in a US State Department mission to Bolivia, where she gave presentations to the US Embassy, local officials and the Bolivian Supreme Court on international law and domestic violence. In early 2002, Ms. Wood attended an international human rights academy held on Robben Island, the former prison of Nelson Mandela.