Since joining Ecojustice in 2007, Liat has worked at the interface between science, policy, and law reform to protect and restore biodiversity, ecosystems, and species at risk – on the land and in the water across Canada. A conservation scientist with a background in zoology and forest conservation, Liat works with lawyers across the organization and clients to develop the scientific evidence that supports our litigation. She also applies her subject matter expertise to strategic law reform that advocates for strong and enforced laws to ensure Canada’s biodiversity is restored and healthy for generations to come.

In her spare time, and when not spending time with her family, Liat has recently discovered a passion for trying to keep things alive in her garden.