Adjunct Professor

Sarah Kraicer, B.A.(High Distinction) (Toronto), L.L.B (with Honours) (Toronto), called to the Bar In Ontario in 1988, Counsel with the Constitutional Law Branch of the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General since 1996, and before that practiced litigation with McCarthy Tétrault. Has represented Ontario in a wide range of constitutional and human rights litigation, including Moore v. British Columbia (Education), R. v. Kapp, Lovelace v. Ontario, Auton v. British Columbia, Walsh v. A.G.  Nova Scotia, Wynberg and Deskin v. Ontario, Tranchemontagne and Werbeski v. Ontario.  Past-Vice-Chair of the Constitutional, Civil Liberties and Human Rights Section of the Ontario Bar Association, and a current Co-chair of the University Tribunal of the University of Toronto.  Has been an adjunct instructor in trial advocacy at Osgoode Hall Law School, and frequent speaker and guest lecturer on constitutional law and constitutional litigation.  Author of numerous articles on constitutional law and advocacy. A former member of the Board of Directors of the Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic.