Welcome, Mark Mancini

Introducing a co-blogger

For the last six-odd years, Double Aspect has mostly been a one-man show. (I have at times wondered whether the blog’s name was inappropriate as a result, but no one seemed to mind.) While it has been my privilege to welcome guest posts from time to time, and to co-host a blogging symposium on The Dunsmuir Decade, I have mostly carried the ball myself. But today I am very pleased to introduce Mark Mancini as a co-blogger.

Mark has just finished his clerkship at the Federal Court of Canada (where I clerked too, once upon a time), and is headed to the University of Chicago for an LLM. But while he is still in the process of adding letters after his name, Mark is already a rising star in Canadian public law. His work has appeared in the UNB Law Journal, on Advocates for the Rule of Law, and, just today, on the Admin Law Blog. Mark has also published a couple of posts on Double Aspect ― with a post on the Khadr settlement last year, and, more recently, an excellent contribution to the Dunsmuir symposium. In short, Mark is very much someone to keep an eye on ― and now you can do so right here on Double Aspect.

I know that, like me, Mark is committed to serious thinking about the law, and that he takes his responsibilities towards both doctrine and la doctrine very seriously indeed. I am confident that with him on board, Double Aspect will be better positioned to discharge these responsibilities, and that its quality, as well as output, will improve noticeably. Welcome, Mark!

Author: Leonid Sirota

Law nerd. I teach constitutional law at the Auckland University of Technology Law School, in New Zealand. I studied law at McGill, clerked at the Federal Court of Canada, and then did graduate work at the NYU School of Law.

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