Terrine Friday is a doctoral candidate researching freedom of expression and a John W. Graham Fellow in Communications Law at Osgoode Hall Law School (York University). Terrine holds a Master’s in Gender, Media and Culture from the London School of Economics and an LLM from Osgoode which won York’s 2013 Michael Baptista Essay Prize. After graduating from Carleton University’s Journalism program, she worked briefly as a journalist in Toronto for the National Post and Reuters. She now works as a business development writer and freelance editor. In her spare time she writes poetry, runs half marathons, and tries new recipes.