Hewitt, Jeffery G.

Jeffery Hewitt joined the faculty at Osgoode Hall Law School in 2019. After graduating from Osgoode in 1996, Professor Hewitt returned to complete his LLM in 2015/16. Professor Hewitt’s research interests include Indigenous legal orders and governance, constitutional law, human rights, legal education, business law, as well as art + law and visual legal studies. Professor Hewitt has taught constitutional law and is a co-director of Osgoode’s Intensive Program in Indigenous Lands, Resources, and Governments. He was called to the Bar in Ontario in 1998 and is mixed-descent Cree.

He has recently edited a collection of works with Richard Moon and Beverley Jacobs on religious freedom and Indigenous spirituality (University of Toronto Press), with a 2024 anticipated publication date.