Kandace Bond Wileman
Kandace Bond Wileman (BA Hons, LLB) is a professor and Paralegal Program Coordinator in the Faculty of Social and Community Services at Durham College. Kandace enjoys teaching tribunal practice and procedure, legal research and writing, and introduction to the Canadian legal system. Before teaching, Kandace practised poverty law at legal clinics in Ontario and acted as review counsel for a student legal clinic established at Durham College, the first of its kind in the province. Kandace obtained her undergraduate degree in political science and history (double major) from York University. She studied law both abroad (University of Leicester, UK) and at home in Ontario (University of Windsor). Kandace is conducting ongoing research of tribunal law and has written about the importance of citation in legal writing. Kandace's largest passion is her ongoing education about Indigenous Peoples in Canada. Kandace is also passionate about advocating for the underdog, the advancement of mental health awareness, and Canadian legal history and constitutional studies. When she’s not writing, educating, or learning, Kandace is spending time with her boys.