Alexandra Flynn is a doctoral candidate and adjunct professor at Osgoode Hall Law School specializing in property law and urban governance. Her current scholarship focuses on the legal and conceptual meaning of "local" in large cities. She has over fifteen years of experience as a lawyer and senior policy official. Alexandra has received numerous academic and service awards and has a long history of volunteer work on access to justice matters. When not working, you can find her hiking, canoeing and traveling with her family.
Urban law, urban governance, legal geography, housing & homelessness, democracy, social movements, property law