Derek From has worked at the Canadian Constitution Foundation since 2009. He graduated with a degree in law from the University of Western Ontario after earning degrees in philosophy and religious studies. His law practice is focused on advancing personal and economic liberty by advocating for individual freedom in the courts. He has contributed to a number of important constitutional cases on freedom of expression, freedom of religion, property rights, and equality rights. His articles regularly appear in newspapers such as the Toronto Star, Financial Post, Huffington Post, and others. He frequently appears in the media discussing issues such as freedom of expression, individual liberty, and human rights. Derek’s work has appeared in the Alberta Law Review and the C2C Journal and he was a contributor to the Fraser Institute’s 2012 “Towards a Worldwide Index of Human Freedom”. Derek enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, and volunteering within his community.