Toronto-based lawyer and consultant
Kim Stanton, BA (Hons), LLB, LLM, SJD, graduated from the University of British Columbia Faculty of Law and practiced litigation at a national law firm in Vancouver after a clerkship at the British Columbia Supreme Court. She has worked with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees in the Gaza Strip and with the Ghana Centre for Democratic Development in Accra, where she was an Official Observer of Ghana's National Reconciliation Commission. She established her own research law practice, focusing on constitutional and Aboriginal law. Kim completed her Masters of Law on the subject of amnesties, constitutions and truth commissions, and her Doctorate of Juridical Science on the topic of truth commissions and public inquiries in established democracies, both at the University of Toronto. She is a member of the Law Societies of British Columbia and Upper Canada.