Kristin Marshall

Kristin has assumed many roles working with immigrants and refugees: private practice, Refugee Law Office of Legal Aid Ontario (LAO) representing refugees and immigrants in detention, design and delivery of training workshops for survivors of domestic violence with Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO), clinical instructor at Downtown Legal Services and supervising lawyer with International Human Rights Program, both at University of Toronto, Faculty of Law. Kristin set up training modules and mentorships as Sr. Refugee Law Trainer at LAO, and just finished a contract as trainer/supervising lawyer with Toronto East Immigration Legal Services. She is working on refugee rights legal information with CLEO, teaches Legal Issues at George Brown College and is working to complete an M. Ed. at OISE’s Social Justice Education department. She is involved with many organizations that promote refugee rights. She loves baking and bike riding.