Sari Graben received her PhD from Osgoode Hall Law School, York University. She completed an LLM at Queen’s University Faculty of Law. Her Doctoral research examines the effect of Indigenous participation on environmental decision-making. Sari is a SSHRC Doctoral Fellow as well as a recipient of a number of other grants. Before undertaking graduate work, Sari was an associate in the litigation group of a national law firm. She is currently a Fellow of the Queen’s University Institute for Energy and Environmental Policy, where she will be pursuing research on legislative support for green energy use. Alongside her excellent academic record, Sari has extensive volunteer experience with community-based social justice organizations, including her current position as a director of Kingston Interval House, a shelter for abused women and children. Her research interests include administrative law, environmental law, Indigenous law, as well as theories of regulation and governance.