Eric M. Adams, BA (McGill), LLB (Dalhousie), SJD (Toronto), is a Professor at the University of Alberta, Faculty of Law. Professor Adams has won multiple awards for his teaching and research including several article prizes for his legal historical work, a Provost’s Award for Early Career Teaching Excellence, and a Killam Annual Professorship in 2016-2017 for excellence in research, teaching, and service. Professor Adams publishes widely in the fields of constitutional law, legal history, employment law, human rights, and legal education. In particular, his multidisciplinary work engages with all aspects of Canadian constitutional law, theory, and history including studies of the classic cases, Christie v York, Roncarelli v Duplessis, and R v Drybones. He is the lead legal historian on the SSHRC-funded Partnership Grant, Landscapes of Injustice, investigating the internment, incarceration, dispossession, and exile of Japanese Canadians during the mid-twentieth century. He is currently working on several projects extending from that research, as well as a manuscript on the history of Canadian constitutional law, politics, and culture. A frequent media commentator, his many editorials have appeared in newspapers across the country.