Raj Anand discussed new developments in human rights law in an episode of Lawyered, an independent podcast series that takes a critical look at current Canadian legal issues.
- Conflicts with religious rights,
- Discrimination based on family status
- Re-trying human rights claims
Raj is a senior civil litigation, administrative and human rights lawyer and a bencher of the Law Society of Upper Canada. He is a former Chief Commissioner of the Ontario Human Rights Commission and currently acts for complainants and respondents in internal investigations and Ontario and federal applications.