Audrey Macklin "is an associate professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto. She holds law degrees from Yale and Toronto, and a bachelor of science degree from Alberta. After graduating from Toronto, she served as law clerk to Mme Justice Bertha Wilson at the Supreme Court of Canada. She was appointed to the faculty of Dalhousie Law School in 1991, promoted to Associate Professor 1998, and moved to the University of Toronto in 2000. While teaching at Dalhousie, she also served as a member of the Immigration and Refugee Board. Professor Macklin teaches criminal law, administrative law, and immigration and refugee law. Her research and writing interests include transnational migration, citizenship, forced migration, feminist and cultural analysis, and human rights. She completed a project, with Georgette Gagnon and Penelope Simons, entitled Deconstructing Engagement: Corporate Self-Regulation in Conflict Zones - Implications for Human Rights and Canadian Public Policy, examining the existing governance gap in the accountability of transnational corporations for violations of international human rights and humanitarian law associated with their extraterritorial operations." 
- Audrey Macklin, The Global Conference on the Prevention of Genocide, accessed December 17, 2007.
- Audrey Macklin, "Looking at Law Through the Lens of Culture (PDF)," undated two-paragraph essay.