Award Winning Family Law

Farrah Hudani J.D., LL.M.
416.956.5623
farrah@wilsonchristen.com

Farrah Hudani is a partner at Wilson Christen, LLP. Her practice encompasses all areas of family law including complex property and support claims, custody and access disputes and she has a special interest in jurisdiction issues, Hague Convention cases, and mobility issues. She has written on the topic of inter-jurisdictional issues, presented on the topic in Canada and the United States, as well as successfully argued leading reported cases on this issue.


She has experience arguing cases at all levels of Court including the Ontario Court of Justice, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Ontario Court of Appeal, and the Supreme Court of Canada. Most recently she argued in the Supreme Court of Canada on behalf of the Defence for Children International, in the recent case Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness and Attorney General of Canada v Tusif Ur Rehman Chhina on the issue of the availability of the writ of habeas corpus for children.


Farrah is also the new senior editor of Wilson on Children and the Law and is the chapter editor of the Hague Convention section of the book.


She is a member of the Ontario bar and the American bar. She also has her LL.M. in Family Law from Osgoode Hall Law School.


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