Demonstrative Advocacy:

Understanding and Constraining Partiality in Adjudication.

Author's & Other Biographies

Hassan Fancy, B.A., J.D.(Hons.)

Hassan Fancy is the Managing Barrister of the firm Fancy Barristers P.C., where he practices civil litigation with an emphasis on catastrophic torts, pathological gambling litigation, and medical malpractice. He has over fifteen years of litigation experience.

Hassan Fancy graduated from the Queens University Faculty of Law in 1992. As a law student (in the U.S. at N.Y.L.S.) he clerked for Chief Justice Re of the U.S. Court of International Trade in New York. He also won the Alona E. Evans Award for International Round Best Brief-Second Place, and Brunson McChesney Award for the U.S.A National Champion in the Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. He was then inducted into the Order of the Barristers (U.S.). Read More.

Dr. Chanth Seyone, M.D., FRCPC
(Scientific Advisor)

Dr. Chanth Seyone became a Fellow of the Royal college of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (Psychiatry) in 1996, following which he did a Clinical/Research Fellowship in Neuropsychiatry, Sleep Medicine and Community Psychiatry. He is the Director of the Acquired Brain Injury Clinic at the Toronto Western Hospital, University Health Network. This clinic was established by him to assess and manage patients with brain injuries acquired after birth. He is also active in providing opinions to the legal sector as well as the insurance field in the occurrence of acquired brain injuries (ABI), and their impact on individuals, families and communities.

In addition, Dr. Seyone is a consultant to the Peel Halton Acquired Brain Injury Services (PHABIS), the Community Head Injury Resource Services of Metropolitan Toronto (CHIRS), and York Simcoe Brain Injury Services (YSBIS). Read More.

Jerome Morse, LL.B.

Jerome Morse conducts a trial and appellate advocacy practice in the field of civil litigation. His practice areas include personal injury and fatalities involving motor vehicle collisions; medical (health care) malpractice; product liability; public authority, and occupier liability and aviation crashes; casualty, property and disability insurance litigation; professional negligence (physicians/ lawyers/ engineers/ accountants); corporate commercial and commercial insurance (including directors and officers) litigation; and banking litigation.

Jerome is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers (ACTL). ACTL's qualification requirements approve membership as a Fellow only to trial lawyers "who are unquestionably and eminently qualified... outstanding and considered the best in a state [or province] ... [who have] high ethical and moral standards and excellent character ... and are actively engaged in trial work as their principal activity." Read More.