Anthony Sangiuliano is a postdoctoral researcher affiliated with the York University Department of Philosophy and the Jack and Mae Nathanson Centre on Transnational Human Rights, Crime, and Security at Osgoode, as well as the Tort Law and Social Equality Project at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and the University of Toronto Centre for Ethics. He has previously served as a judicial law clerk at the Ontario Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada. He was also an Articling Student at the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General – Constitutional Law Branch, a Research Lawyer at Lenczner Slaght Royce Smith Griffin LLP, and Commission Counsel of the Ottawa Light Rail Transit Inquiry.
Anthony’s doctoral research on the philosophy of antidiscrimination law was awarded the Canadian Bar Association Viscount Bennett Fellowship and the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada Joseph-Armand Bombardier. His writing has been published in leading outlets such as the Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, the University of Toronto Law Journal, and the American Journal of Law and Equality at Harvard Law School. It has been cited by the Supreme Court of Canada.
Anthony’s expertise on antidiscrimination law encompasses human rights codes, constitutional and administrative law, the influence of equality values on tort law and contract law doctrines, criminal justice in policing, and biased artificial intelligence. His research is interdisciplinary in nature and aims to apply techniques derived from academic philosophy to the study of legal concepts and topics.