Laura Bowman is a lawyer at Ecojustice Canada in Toronto and is originally from the Lake Simcoe, Ontario area. She represents environmental groups, First Nations and community groups at all levels of court in judicial reviews.
Laura has worked on a variety of environmental matters including but not limited to planning, transportation, pesticides, water quality protections, contaminated sites, fisheries, sewage, air quality, species at risk, and electricity regulation. She is on Ecojustice’s Healthy Communities team and has an interest in the inter-relationship between sprawl, food systems and toxics. She has lived and practiced in three different provinces and in Nunavut. She has a Juris Doctor from the University of Toronto and a Masters in Law from Osgoode. She can be found wherever there is a mature forest or a lake and especially where there is both.