Fay Faraday is a social justice lawyer, strategic adviser, academic and community organizer in Toronto. As the founder of Faraday Law, she represents unions, community organizations and coalitions in constitutional, human rights, labour and public law and has represented clients in many leading cases at the Supreme Court of Canada. She helps community groups and public institutions develop strategic plans to advance human rights and social justice. For nearly three decades Fay has also worked with and advocated for the rights of migrant workers in Canada. She is also an Assistant Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School.