Dr. A. Wayne MacKay, C.M. Q.C., has continued to write extensively in education law, constitutional law, and human rights and has had two career departures from teaching law at Dalhousie University. The first saw him as executive director of the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission from 1995 to 1998, where he was immersed in the area of individual rights and systematic change. He then moved on to become president of Mount Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick from 2001 to 2004, where he gained considerable insight and knowledge about the challenges facing front-line administrators of education. In the spaces between these career departures, he continued to teach at Dalhousie’s Schulich School of Law, where he taught his pioneering seminar in education law as well as courses in constitutional law, human rights, and a new course on privacy law. He continues to work on issues of sexual harassment and assault as well as other legal issues at both the local and national levels, and he serves as a media commentator on a wide range of legal issues. In 2015 he received an Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax and retired from actively teaching law at Dalhousie University in 2017. Dr. MacKay continues to be actively involved in legal matters as professor emeritus at the Schulich School of Law, as well as a frequent commentator on legal matters in all forms of local and national media. In 2006, Wayne was inducted into the Order of Canada for his outstanding work in the field of human rights.