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Mannu Chowdhury

Mannu Chowdhury

DepartmentLincoln Alexander School of Law
Areas of ExpertiseConstitutional Law; Administrative Law; and Civil and Commercial Litigation

Mannu Chowdhury is an associate at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, where he practices commercial, civil, and public law. He focuses on constitutional and administrative law issues and has argued before the Federal Court of Canada, the Ontario Divisional Court, and the Supreme Court of Canada.

Mannu also maintains an academic side to his practice. He has published on topics in constitutional and administrative law in peer-reviewed journals, including on the habeas corpus rights of immigration detainees, press freedoms, the scope of judicial review, and tribunal independence. Mannu teaches constitutional law as a part-time lecturer at the Lincoln Alexander School of Law.

Prior to entering private practice, Mannu was a law clerk at the Federal Court of Canada and worked for a New York-based legal consultancy on corporate social responsibility. He received his BA and JD from the University of Toronto and his MSc from Oxford University.

“I am thrilled to engage with law students on deepening their understanding of the practical aspects of constitutional law. In the process, I hope to have a dialogue on how our constitutional order can evolve to ensure a more inclusive community.”

Mannu Chowdhury