Kandace Bond Wileman (BA Hons, LLB) is a professor with the School of Justice and Emergency Services at Durham College, where she teaches tribunal practice and procedure, legal research and writing, introduction to the Canadian legal system, contracts, and torts. Before teaching, Kandace practised poverty law at legal clinics in Ontario and acted as review counsel for a student legal clinic established at Durham College, the first of its kind in the province. Kandace obtained her undergraduate degree in political science and history (double major) from York University. She studied law both abroad (University of Leicester, UK) and at home in Ontario (University of Windsor). Kandace's passions are advocating for the underdog, the advancement of mental health awareness, and Canadian legal history and constitutional studies.