About the Authors

AuthorCraig Forcese; Kent Roach
About the Authors
Craig Forcese is an associate professor at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty
of Law (Common Law Section). He teaches Public International Law, Pub-
lic Law and Legislation, Administrative Law, and National Security Law.
Much of his present research and writing relates to national security and
democratic accountability. He is the author of Irwin Law’s National Security
Law: Canadian Practice in International Perspective and a co-editor of e
Human Rights of Anti-terrorism. He is also a co-author of International Law:
Doctrine, Practice, and eory and e Laws of Government: e Legal Foun-
dations of Canadian Democracy and a co-editor of Public Law: Cases, Materi-
als, and Commentary. Professor Forcese was vice-dean of the University of
Ottawa’s Common Law Section from  to . Before joining the fac-
ulty, he practised law with the Washington DC oce of Hughes Hubbard &
Reed LLP for two years, specializing in international trade and commercial
law. He has a BA from McGill University, an MA from the Norman Paterson
School of International Aairs, Carleton University, an LLB (summa cum
laude) from the University of Ottawa, and an LLM from Yale University.
Professor Forcese is a member in good standing of the bars of Ontario, New
York, and the District of Columbia.
Kent Roach is Professor of Law and Prichard-Wilson Chair of Law and Public
Policy at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law. He was elected a Fellow of
the Royal Society of Canada in  and awarded a Pierre Trudeau Fellow-
ship in  for his academic and social contributions. He served on the

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