Nancy Brar has been with the Queen’s Prison Law Clinic since 2015. She was one of the top students in the Law 418 (Prison Law) course and became the Clinic’s first Articling Student before being hired on as a Staff Lawyer in 2017. As a law student, Nancy was heavily involved in various social justice issues at Queen’s University and within the Kingston community. Nancy supervises students in the Law 418 course and carries her own caseload of clients at Warkworth Institution in Campbellford, Ontario. As the Clinic's litigation continues to gear up, she will also be representing prisoners in Federal Court, and before the Canadian Human Rights tribunal, etc. Nancy is most well-known for torturing her co-workers and students with the amount of chocolate she keeps in her office.