Joe Killoran

Joe Killoran is an Associate at Jensen Law. He completed his B.A. at McGill University with a double major in political science and history, and his Juris Doctor at TRU, where he finished in the top 10% of his class and won Course Prizes in Criminal Process and Tax Policy.

Before beginning his legal career, Joe taught high school in Toronto and then in Kamloops, teaching history, law, politics, and English. Joe is also a published writer, frequently penning articles for publications such as the Toronto Star, Huffington Post, Ottawa Citizen, Hamilton Spectator, and Kamloops This Week. He has written on a variety of topics, but generally with a legal and political focus.

Joe is deeply committed to criminal defence advocacy, believing it to be the frontline of the battle to protect constitutional rights and pursue social justice. He volunteers on the Board of Directors of Kamloops Elizabeth Fry, an organization that advocates on behalf of criminalized women. 

Joe in the Media

Police and Crown Must Avoid Detaining People for Petty Crimes During Pandemic

War of Word Erupts Over Anti-Pipeline Arrests in Northern B.C.

Killoran: Offering Some Food for Thought