Leslie A. Reaumeis counsel to the Canadian Human Rights Commission. Prior to working with the Commission, she developed an equality rights firm in London, Ontario, with a focus on statutory human rights, the Charter, as well as administrative and civil cases engaging human rights issues. She has argued cases in numerous administrative law forums and at all levels of Canadian Courts, including the Supreme Court of Canada. From 1997 to 2001, she was appointed part-time at the University of Western Ontario, and is currently teaching in the Faculty of Law at Queen’s University. The publication of her new book, Human Rights Law in Canada, co-authored with Philippe Dufresne, is forthcoming from Irwin Law Inc.