Reed is entering his final year at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, where he is a junior fellow at Massey College. Before law school, Reed obtained a B.A. in art history from Queen’s University.
At law school, Reed is a senior editor of the Critical Analysis of Law Journal and a clinician with the Artists’ Legal Advice Services – a clinic that provides pro bono legal advice to Canadian artists. After his first year of law school, Reed worked as a research assistant in cultural heritage law, focusing on the illicit trade of stolen art and the practical difficulties of modern restitution efforts. Reed also volunteered with the Law Students’ Legal Advice Program to represent and advise low-income clients. After graduation, Reed will clerk at the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
In his free time, Reed can be found playing music with friends, running, or cooking with family.