— Published on May 6th, 2022
— Published on Sep 8th, 2020
Visiting Professor and Law Foundation of Ontario Fellow Sukanya Pillay has launched (with a team of law students) a weekly podcast which, in its first season, is covering how COVID-19 has affected issues around global justice.
— Published on Sep 2nd, 2020
Visiting Prof. Sukanya Pillay commented on SNC-Lavalin in her Conversation Canada article, stating that deferred prosecution deals aren’t get-out-of-jail free cards. The article went on to be the most-read story on the Conversation for an entire week.
— Published on Mar 26th, 2019
In an op-ed in the Ottawa Citizen, Professor Sukanya Pillay discusses Law and reasons for Canada to suspend the STCA, in light of recent US policies at the Mexico border.
— Published on Jun 27th, 2018
Law Foundation of Ontario Scholar and Visiting Professor Sukanya Pillay argues that the Magnitsky Act has limits, and it’s time for Canada to amend the State Immunity Act allow civil suits for torture.
Read the full opinion editorial on the Ottawa Citzen website.
— Published on Nov 27th, 2017
Many Canadians have criticized Canada’s $31.1M settlement with Abdullah Almalki, Ahmad El Maati and Muayyed Nureddin. Professor Sukanya Pillay explains why a settlement is justified.
Read the full article on the Ottawa Citizen website.
— Published on Nov 7th, 2017
Windsor Law is pleased to welcome Sukanya Pillay and Patrícia Galvão Ferreira to the Faculty as Law Foundation of Ontario Scholars for 2017-2018.
Pillay, a graduate of Windsor Law (‘90) and former faculty member (2002-2007), is an international human rights lawyer with expertise in Canadian constitutional law, civil liberties, trade and development.
— Published on Sep 8th, 2017