Tamar Friedman is a Toronto-based lawyer practicing in the areas of cannabis defence, police and State accountability, and civil litigation. This includes Charter litigation, public interest litigation, human rights law, and regulatory defence.
Tamar received her licence to practise law in Ontario, Canada in 2016. She practiced as a civil litigator on behalf of the Province of Ontario from 2016-2018 where she specialized in human rights law, OPP defence, personal injury, and corporate/commercial litigation. Since 2018, Tamar has assisted self-represented litigants through her access to justice law practice, lawcoaching.ca. She also works with Charney Law, helping clients by holding police and the Crown accountable.
Tamar is also the research editor for our book, Canada's Cannabis Act: Annotation & Commentary, 2021-2022 edition.
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And thanks to Albert Wong, who created and performed the music.
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