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Davies to teach constitutional law at Asper Centre in fall

Thursday, June 08, 2017 @ 12:41 PM | By John Chunn


The David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights announced that lawyer Breese Davies will be the centre’s constitutional litigator in residence for the fall of 2017.

Davies, a Toronto-based criminal defence lawyer, will be teaching constitutional advocacy in the Asper Centre clinic during the fall term.

Drawing upon her extensive experience from her criminal, constitutional and administrative law practice, and her academic experience as an adjunct professor of criminology and the University of Toronto, she will mentor students on the case files that they will be working on in the clinic.

Davies started her legal career as an associate with Ruby & Edwardh and was a partner at Di Luca Copeland Davies LLP for four years. She now has her own firm in Toronto and she practises in association with Cavalluzzo Shilton McIntyre Cornish LLP

Davies also prosecutes for the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario.