Law and the Construction of Migrant Workers Insecurity
Fay Faraday is a lawyer with an independent social justice practice in Toronto. She represents unions, community organizations and coalitions in constitutional litigation, human rights and labour. She has represented clients in constitutional litigation at all levels of court, including numerous cases at the Supreme Court of Canada. She also works collaboratively with community organizations and coalitions on strategic and policy advice. Fay holds an Innovation Fellowship with the Metcalf Foundation where she is engaged in legal and community-based research addressing the rights of migrant workers. Her report Made in Canada: How the Law Constructs Migrant Workers’ Insecurity was published in September 2012. Fay is also a Visiting Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School. Beginning in July 2014, Fay will be the Visiting Packer Chair in Social Justice at York University.