Vulimiri, Amita

Gratton, Susan

Fritsch, Ryan

Ryan Fritsch is legal counsel with the Law Commission of Ontario. He leads law reform projects examining AI in Ontario’s Criminal Justice System; Modernizing Consumer Protection Law in the Digital Marketplace; and recently published the “Last Stages of Life for First Nation, Métis and Inuit Peoples: Preliminary Recommendations for Health Law Reform”. Prior to joining the LCO Ryan was legal counsel to the Psychiatric Patient Advocate Office, lead Legal Aid Ontario’s Mental Health Strategy, and championed the protection of personal health information in Ontario’s Police Record Checks Reform Act. Ryan is a frequent lecturer and taught courses on mental health and disability law at UWindsor Law (2011-2019), the Osgoode Professional LLM in Health Law (2021) and as Acting Director of the Disability Intensive Program at Osgoode Hall (2022-2023). In the fall of 2024 Ryan commenced PhD studies at Osgoode Hall.

Bates, Lauren

Thomas, Aneurin

Caruso, Laura