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Sam Skinner

PhD Student

Osgoode Hall Law School

Sam Skinner is a PhD student at Osgoode Hall Law School. Their research focusses on animal law, criminal law, and constitutional law. Their work has been published in Animal Law Review, Animal & Natural Resource Law Review, and Global Journal of Animal Law. Sam defended their LLM thesis “Doomed to Fail: Ag-gag Laws and the Canadian Charter” in 2021, and they hold both a JD degree and a lawyer’s licence in Ontario. Sam has worked as Animal Law Research Associate at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and Legal Education Coordinator at Humane Canada.


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