Barry W. Bussey is the Director of Legal Affairs at Canadian Council of Christian Charities. He has been involved with charity and religious freedom issues for over 23 years. For 2.5 years he represented the Seventh-day Adventist Church at the U.S. Congress and the United Nations in New York and Geneva. He has argued religious freedom cases at all levels of court in Canada from tribunals to the Supreme Court of Canada. He has studied and obtained degrees in theology (B.A. Burman University (Union College)), law (LL.B. University of Western Ontario; LL.M. York University), political science (M.A. Memorial University of Newfoundland), and peace & conflict studies (M.P.A.C.S. University of Waterloo).
- Attempts to Redefine Marriage and the Freedom of Religion: The Case of Trinity Western University School of Law (2017)
- The Legal Revolution Against the Place of Religion: The Case of Trinity Western University Law School (2016)
- Religion, Liberty and the Jurisdictional Limits of Law (2017)