Spencer Millis received his Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Criminal Justice from Mount Royal University. During his degree, he took a handful of classes that exposed him to the topic of constitutional law. For his Honours Thesis, he researched how the section 7 Charter rights of Canadian sex workers were affected by current and previous prostitution laws.

Spencer is extremely interested in how the Charter can be used as an instrument to protect marginalized people within Canada. He is also interested in the different ways constitutional and criminal law intersect.

Passionate about these topics, Spencer is excited to learn more about them and thrilled to be working for the Centre for Constitutional Studies this summer.