Richard A. Haigh BSc (Eng) (Calgary), LLB (Dalhousie), LLM (Cambridge), SJD (Toronto) is an Assistant Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School, Director of York’s Centre for Public Policy and Law, and Co-Director of the Part-Time LLM program in Constitutional Law at Osgoode Professional Development. He was, until December 2007, the Associate Director in the Graduate Program at Osgoode Professional Development. He has been a Senior Lecturer at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia, a Senior Advisor at the National Judicial Institute in Ottawa, and a Legal Research and Writing Lecturer at Osgoode. His research and teaching interests include constitutional law, public law, and equity and trusts, particularly the areas of freedom of conscience and religion. His recent published works include papers on division of powers in freedom of expression cases, freedom of conscience and whistleblowing, freedom of religion, dialogue theory, noise by-laws, election financing laws and prisoner’s voting rights; he has been a contributor to this public law casebook from its inception.