Edward M. Morgan was appointed a judge of the Ontario Superior Court in Toronto in June 2012. Prior to that, he was a Professor of Law at the University of Toronto and taught in the fields of Constitutional Law, Legal Process, and International Law. He has a B.A. (Northwestern), and LL.B. (Toronto), and an LL.M. (Harvard). He practiced civil litigation at Davies, Ward & Beck in Toronto, first as an associate (1989-1992) and then as a partner (1992-1997) before joining the University of Toronto. He was a law clerk to Madam Justice Bertha Wilson of the Supreme Court of Canada (1984-1985), and has guest-lectured and taught as a visiting professor in the United States, Europe, Israel, and East Africa. He has published International Law and the Canadian Courts (Carswell, 1990) and The Aesthetics of International Law (U. of T. Press, 2007).