Lorne Waldman

Lorne Waldman photoLorne has been practicing exclusively in the area of immigration and refugee law since 1979, the year he opened his own law practice. Lorne received his Bachelor of Laws Degree from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1977. In 2000, he received his Masters of Laws Degree from the University of Toronto. His thesis was entitled International Human Rights Law and Limitations on a State’s Right to Expel Non-Citizens. He has written extensively in the area of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and its impact on the rights of immigrants and refugees. He has also written many articles on human rights issues as op-ed submissions to newspapers. Lorne is the author and editor of Immigration Law and Practice, a two volume, loose leaf service published by Butterworth's Canada in 1992. Immigration Law and Practice has often been cited as an authority by the Federal Court and the Federal Court of Appeal as well as by the Supreme Court of Canada. In addition, Mr. Waldman has authored three other works: The Definition of Convention Refugee, published by Butterworths in 2001; Canadian Immigration and Refugee Practice, a work that includes a commentary and case digests, which was first published in October of 2005 by Butterworths and is published annually with updates to case digests and commentary; and Inadmissible to Ca
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Lorne Waldman
281 Eglinton Avenue East Toronto, Ontario, M4P 1L3
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