Joshua Sealey-Harrington is a passionate teacher, scholar, and advocate. As an Assistant Professor at the Lincoln Alexander School of Law at Toronto Metropolitan University, Professor Sealy-Harrington teaches about criminal law, legal theory, and social change. He is the faculty advisor for the Black Law Students’ Association and the annual moot problem drafter for the Julius Alexander Isaac Moot, Canada’s critical race theory mooting competition. His writing has been published in various law journals, The Globe and Mail, Newsweek, and The Walrus. His legal scholarship has been cited by various tribunals, including the Federal Court, the Federal Court of Appeal, and the Supreme Court of Canada. Sealey-Harrington is also a doctoral candidate at Columbia Law School, and serves as counsel at Power Law, where he strategically mobilizes criminal and constitutional law to advance the interests of marginalized communities.