Daniel Sheppard

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BA (Hons)(Toronto), JD (Osgoode), of the Bar of Ontario

Daniel Sheppard is an associate at Sack Goldblatt Mitchell LLP, where he practices public law with a focus on criminal, quasi-criminal and constitutional litigation. After graduating Osgoode Hall in 2009 as the Silver Medalist, Mr. Sheppard clerked for the Honourable Justices Janet Simmons and Paul Rouleau of the Court of Appeal for Ontario.

Mr. Sheppard has been counsel in a number of significant public law cases including Canada v. Bedford (constitutionality of Canada’s prostitution laws), Wood v. Schaeffer (public law duties of police officers), Kazemi v. Islamic Republic of Iran (sovereign immunity and the right to an effective remedy under international law) and Diab v. France (extradition to face investigation into historical terrorism offences).