Kerri Froc “The academic dialogue”
After a bit of a hiatus, Of Counsel reboots in 2020 with a three-part mini series profiling the University Faculty of Law.
In this episode, we interview Prof. Kerri Froc. Kerri is an accomplished academic in areas of women’s constitutional rights, equality and social and economic rights, access to justice as it intertwines with the rule of law. She discusses her time at LEAF and the positive change that can come from being active in the legal community advocating for human rights. We also discussed Quebec’s controversial Bill 62 and its effect on women in the province. Kerri’s insights on the transition from private practice to academia also offers a valuable perspective for those who might be considering a similar trajectory in their legal career.
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