Sheerin Kalia, B.Soc.Sc, LL.B., is an experienced lawyer, called to the bars of Ontario and British Columbia in 1999. She has practiced law as both a litigator and solicitor and has advised 4 top banks on HR, business law and international projects in Canada and abroad. These projects have allowed her to work closely with business managers and colleagues in HR, Compliance, Risk, and Marketing. She has directed and managed counsel in many countries and various regions, drafted and negotiated contracts, and advised on various strategic projects. She has taught International Business Law, Canadian Business Law, Business Ethics, and courses in Human Resources Management at the college and university levels. As a result of her practical approach to teaching and her ability to provide simple explanations of complex areas of the law, Ms. Kalia was nominated as one of Ontario's Best Lecturers in 2007. In 2010, her first book entitled: International Business Law for Canadians: A Practical Guide was published by Lexis Nexis. In 2012, she was a visiting scholar at the University of Chile, School of Law and Osgoode Hall Law School. She has also written book chapters and articles on many different areas of business law. Given her interest in statistical analysis of law, she recently completed a Certificate in Business Decision Analysis, which included statistics, calculus and business forecasting techniques.