Sarah Mason-Case is an adjunct professor at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. She received her LLM from McGill, JD from Osgoode Hall Law School, and BA from McGill and the Sorbonne. Following law school, Sarah clerked at the Superior Court of Justice, practiced class actions and human rights law in Toronto, taught at Osgoode Hall Law School, and practiced law reform at the Law Commission of Ontario and the International Development Law Organization. Sarah was on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Association of Black Lawyers and a member of the LSO Equity Advisory Group. She also served as an advisor to the UN Independent Expert on Human Rights and International Solidarity. Most recently, Sarah is a Fulbright visitor at Harvard Law School and a Trudeau Foundation scholar completing her doctorate in law at the University of Toronto. She is an Assistant Editor of the Journal of Human Rights and the Environment. Further, she is a member of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Implementation Committee at the Faculty of Law. Her research focuses on international law, legal theories including critical theories, the natural world, decolonization, and justice. Contact: