Emily Bray

Department of Political Science
Graduate Program: 
MA.POLS (Thesis)
Denis Baker
judicial politics, judicial independence, constitutional law
Education (doctoral degree): 
BAH in Criminal Justice and Public Policy, University of Guelph

My research broadly focuses on the role of the Canadian judiciary in shaping government policy and inter-institutional relations. More specifically though, I’m currently working on a project examining the ability of courts to make decisions in cases where treaties with foreign countries are at issue, specifically multi-national refugee agreements.