BRAD CHRISTAKOS has worked in public policy and program roles at both the federal and provincial levels of government, consulted extensively for organizations in the public and NGO sectors, and practiced civil litigation with the federal Department of Justice and a leading Toronto litigation boutique. He has taught at a number of post-secondary institutions, including the University of Toronto, York University, and Ryerson University. Brad is a Fellow of McLaughlin College, York University, and currently teaches in the Public Administration program at Ryerson University, and in the Osgoode Professional Development LLM in Administrative Law.
Brad holds a BA in Politics and Public Administration and an LLB from the University of Toronto. Following a Canadian Political Science Association Parliamentary Internship, he spent two years as a Foreign and Commonwealth Office Fellow at Oxford University, where he earned an M.Phil. in Politics.