Sarah Mason-Case

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BA (McGill), LLB (Osgoode), LLM (McGill), PhD (Toronto)(underway)

Sarah Mason-Case is a Research Lawyer at the Law Commission of Ontario, currently on leave to pursue her doctorate in law at the University of Toronto. Her research examines how communities of practice generate, diffuse and institutionalize climate law at multiple levels of governance. Her areas of interest include international law, climate change governance, international relations, and integrating the “practice turn” into international and transnational legal theory. Sarah previously worked in the areas of law reform and policy development for intergovernmental organizations, in private practice, and for the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General.