Frank Nasca (they/them) is a transgender law student at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. They have a particular interest in legal research and analysis that examines the relationship between the state and its citizens. Frank’s contributions to the Queer Judgments project focus on a constitutional challenge to the inadequate provision of transgender healthcare in Ontario.
In addition to their contributions to the Queer Judgments Project, Frank has published award-winning research about Ontario’s human rights system, which critically examines Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario’s concerning practices regarding the premature dismissal of cases.
Frank will complete their Juris Doctor degree in June 2023. Starting in August 2023, they will serve as a Judicial Law Clerk at the Court of Appeal for Ontario. Frank also holds a Master of Arts in Sustainability Studies (Trent University, 2016), and enjoyed a career in the not-for-profit sector before choosing to go to law school.
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