Samuel G. Walker is Crown Counsel at the Crown Law Office – Criminal in Toronto, where he is a member of the Justice Prosecutions Unit and conducts appeals before the Ontario Court of Appeal. From 2017-2021 he was an Assistant Crown Attorney with the Scarborough Crown Attorney’s Office and from 2013-2017 he practised criminal and regulatory law with the firm Henein Hutchison LLP. He is a former law clerk to the Honourable Justice Morris Fish of the Supreme Court of Canada, was a Gates Cambridge Scholar, and trained for a year at leading barristers’ chambers in London, England as a Harold Fox Scholar. Sam holds degrees from Yale University (B.A.), McGill University (B.C.L., LL.B.), and the University of Cambridge (LL.M.). He has been an Adjunct Professor at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law as well as Osgoode Hall Law School, and has published several journal articles and book chapters on topics in public international law and criminal law.
BA (Yale), BCL / LLB (McGill), LLM (Cambridge)