Mark J. Freiman

LRC Contributor

Mark J. Freiman practises law at Lerners LLP in Toronto. He is a former deputy attorney general for Ontario. In his private practice he has appeared on a wide variety of human rights matters, including acting on behalf of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association.

Articles by Mark J. Freiman

  • Raising Hell (November 2015)
    A review of Acting for Freedom: Fifty Years of Civil Liberties in Canada, by Marian Botsford Fraser, with Sukanya Pillay and Kent Roach
  • Analysis vs. Polemic (December 2014)
    A review of Speaking Out on Human Rights: Debating Canada’s Human Rights System, by Pearl Eliadis
  • John Stuart Mill versus the Supreme Court of Canada (May 2005)
    A review of L.W. Sumner’s The Hateful and the Obscene: Studies in the Limits of Free Expression
  • A Giant of Jurisprudence (November 2005)
    A review of Bora Laskin: Bringing Law to Life, by Philip Girard
  • “I Didn’t Do It” (November 2011)
    A review of Justice Miscarried: Inside Wrongful Convictions in Canada, by Hélèna Katz
  • Trial by Anecdote (June 2009)
    A review of Ezra Levant’s Shakedown:How Our Government Is Undermining Democracy in the Name of Human Rights