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Prof. Julius Grey
Constitutional & Charter Rights and Law Reform

Julius Grey is one of Canada's leading civil libertarians and human rights advocates. He has built an unrivalled record as a champion of the underprivileged and the disenfranchised. Arguably Canada's leading constitutional authority, he is one of those rare successful blends of advocate and activist having argued countless cases before the Supreme Court particularly in the area of Charter Rights. He was  awarded the highest distinction granted by the Barreau du Québec when he was named recipient of the "Médaille du Barreau du Québec" for 2004.  The Médaille is accorded for career contributions to the pursuit of justice and the legal profession.


Complimenting his extraordinary achievements at the bar, Me.Grey was a law professor at McGill for over twenty years. In addition to constitutional law, his teaching covered the breadth of administrative, federal and criminal matters. In 1984 he published Immigration Law in Canada. He has been involved in numerous associations such as the Canadian Foundation for Human Rights of which he was President from 1985-1988. He is a frequent contributor to many scholarly journals and makes it a point to regularly appear in popular print and electronic media in order to expand citizen awareness of, and engagement in, public policy issues.





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