Barry W. Bussey is the Director of Legal Affairs at the 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., Berman University), 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).
- Seventh-Day Adventist Conscientious Objectors In WWII Standing Before The Mobilization Board In Canada. (2015)
- Fatal Attraction: Politics, Partisanship, And Religion (2015)
- Space Enough for a Christian Law School (2015)
- Religious freedom in the Obama administration (2008-2009)
- The case for the Office of Religious Freedom (2016)