Nancy Brar

Staff Lawyer, Queen's Prison Law Clinic

Nancy Brar has been with the Queen’s Prison Law Clinic since 2015. She was one of the top students in the Law 418 (Prison Law) course and became the Clinic’s first Articling Student before being hired on as a Staff Lawyer in 2017.

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Kathy Ferreira

Director, Queen's Prison Law Clinic

Kathy Ferreira has been the Director of the Queen’s Prison Law Clinic (QPLC) since 2017.  She has many years of experience working at QPLC as she was hired as a Staff Lawyer in 2003 and among other responsibilities carried her own caseload at Warkworth Institution, where she enjoyed the regular client interaction and direct representation.  After winning the

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Paul Quick

Staff Lawyer, Queen's Prison Law Clinic

Paul Quick has been a staff lawyer and litigation counsel for the Queen’s Prison Law Clinic since 2016.  Previously he practiced criminal and correctional law in Kingston, and social-justice-oriented civil litigation in Toronto.  He graduated from Queen’s Law in 2009 with a score of academic awards, including the Medal in Law for highest standing.  Paul supervises students in the Law 418 (Prison Law) and Law 419 (Advanced Prison Law) courses, and represents prisoners in Federal Court, the Federal Court of Appeal, and the Supreme Court of Canada.  He maintains a tiny flock of backyard chicke

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Richard Sauvé

Indigenous Justice Coordinator

For the past 20 years I have worked with St. Leonard’s LifeLine and Peer Life Transition. I have helped prepare Lifers to successfully transition from a correctional environment to life on parole.

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Justin Turner

Articling Student, Queen's Prison Law Clinic

Justin Turner joined the Queen's Prison Law Clinic in July 2018 as the clinic's Articling Student. He graduated from Queen's Law in 2018 following a lengthy career in health care. Justin represents clients on a variety of matters affecting Federal Prisoners incarcerated at all of the Kingston area institutions and is involved in mentoring law students enrolled in the LAW 418 (Prison Law) course. Justin is enjoying the challenges of starting his new career in law.

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