Jeremy Greenberg is a graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, and holds a Master’s in Human Rights from the London School of Economics. He has professional experience in Canada, the UK, The Hague, and Burkina Faso. His areas of interest include criminal law, access-to-justice, Indigenous rights, international law, and corporate accountability.
In 2019, Jeremy was part of the national champion team at the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, earning prizes for best oral arguments and best written submissions. During his J.D. studies, he held internships with the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Housing, and at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, assisting in the prosecution of war criminals. From 2017-2018 he was Lead Editor of the human rights blog hosted by Canadian Lawyers for International Human Rights.
Prior to his legal career, Jeremy wrote his Master’s dissertation on Indigenous rights and human rights violations in the mining sector. His pre-law work experience includes positions at several leading international development NGOs, including Save the Children, SNV Burkina Faso, and Pact World.
Jeremy hails from Toronto. He is an avid cello and tennis player, though not necessarily at the same time.
“When One Innocent Suffers: Phillip James Tallio and Wrongful Convictions of Indigenous Youth.” The Criminal Law Quarterly, Vol. 67 (forthcoming).