- Religious Freedom
Litigation Manager, the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms
Jay Cameron is the litigation manager at the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, a non-profit law firm dedicated to the education and defence of Canadians constitutional rights, particularly freedom of religion and conscience, freedom of speech and freedom of association. Jay graduated from law school in New Brunswick in 2007 and articled at a national law firm in Calgary, Alberta. After being called to the bar in 2008, Jay worked in British Columbia as a Crown prosecutor, where he ran trials and bail hearings in Prince George and Williams Lake. In 2012 he returned to Alberta and civil litigation and has since appeared at every level of court in Alberta, British Columbia, Nova Scotia, Manitoba, and at the Court of Appeal in Ontario. He has testified as a witness on constitutional issues at standing committees of both the House of Commons and the Senate, and will represent the Justice Centre at the Supreme Court of Canada in November 2017 on a landmark freedom of association case. He is married, loves the outdoors, and believes that everyone is created equal by God and endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights.