Judith M. Wolf is a professor at Seneca College in the School of Legal and Public Administration. She teaches a variety of courses, including real estate law, employment law, debtor–creditor law, ethics, and legal entities. As a sole practitioner since 1990, she acted as counsel to financial institutions and private investors in all areas of mortgage work and mortgage remedy work, and on behalf of individuals with respect to the purchase, sale, and refinancing of property. She is also the author of Ontario Residential Real Estate for Practitioners, A Practical Guide to Mortgage Remedies in Ontario and co-author of Legal Entities and Relationships. She has also contributed a chapter on real estate law to an introductory legal textbook. She has her J.D. degree from Osgoode Hall Law School.