MA (Queen’s), LLB Osgoode, LLM (Cambridge)
Geraldine Sadoway has practiced and taught immigration and refugee law since 1983. After completing the LLM in international human rights law at Cambridge University, she has also undertaken international human rights work and teaching on behalf of Parkdale Community Legal Services (PCLS) and the Canadian Council for Refugees, appearing before the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights when Canada was examined by the Committee in May of 2006. She has been a staff lawyer and clinical law instructor at Parkdale Community Legal Services from 1997 until 2015, and is now working at Legal Aid Ontario and teaching in the area of international human rights law. She is particularly interested in the rights of immigrant and refugee children, and persons with disabilities.