Marian MacGregor is executive director of the Centre for Human Rights, Equity & Inclusion at York University.
Ms. MacGregor previously served as an equity advisor with the Law Society of Ontario. Prior to this, she was interim director of York’s Centre of Human Rights, Equity & Inclusion, and was director of Osgoode Hall Law School’s Community and Legal Aid Services Program (CLASP). She also founded the Disability Law Intensive.
Before joining Osgoode in 2008, Ms. MacGregor worked for 11 years in community legal clinics where she supported individuals with low income in diverse areas of law, including human rights, housing, social assistance and employment. She also worked as a human rights lawyer for the Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative in India, advocating for the rights of prisoners and prison staff through the Police, Prisons & Human Rights program.
Ms. MacGregor received her BA from the University of Toronto, her LLB from the University of Windsor and her MA in Critical Disability Studies from York University.