Justice Michael Tulloch of the Ontario Court of Appeal will be the featured guest at York University during the Feb. 4 McLaughlin Lunch Talk series event.
The talk is titled “The Importance of the Consultation Process in Developing and Implementing Public Policy” and it will run from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Senior Common Room, 140 McLaughlin College.
Tulloch has a long and distinguished career of service as a member of the Canadian judiciary, a Crown prosecutor and a lawyer in private practice, as well as a renowned writer, speaker and professor.
Tulloch was appointed to the Ontario Court of Appeal in 2012 after serving as a justice on the Ontario Superior Court of Justice since 2003. Prior to his judicial appointment in 2003, he served as an assistant Crown attorney in Peel and Toronto from 1991-95 before entering private practice where he specialized in criminal law until his appointment to the bench.
Tulloch holds degrees in economics and business from York University, and he graduated from York’s Osgoode Hall Law School with a law degree in 1989. He was called to the Ontario bar in 1991, and he later became the first Black judge appointed to the Ontario Court of Appeal.