Department of law
University of Toronto
Richard Stacey holds a PhD from New York University’s Institute for Law and Society and degrees in political theory and law from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa. He served as law clerk to Justice Kate O’Regan and Justice Bess Nkabinde at the Constitutional Court of South Africa, has taught courses in political theory, constitutional law, administrative law and human rights at the University of Witwatersrand, the University of Cape Town and the City University of New York Law School, and was involved in an advisory capacity in constitutional transitions in Kenya (2009), Tunisia (2012-14), Egypt (2013) and Libya (2013). Before joining the Faculty in 2014, Richard was the Director of Research at the Center for Constitutional Transitions at NYU Law and a Hauser post-doctoral fellow at NYU Law.
Equality and Anti-Discrimination Law Immigration and Citizenship Law Law and Globalization Law and Religion Legal Ethics Legal Theory Political Philosophy and Theory