Arman Chak is presently Legal Counsel for the Alberta Human Rights Commission. His work over
the past 5 years has involved a multitude of legal tasks and skills in the area of Administrative Law/Civil
Law. In addition, he has a LLM Degree through the Osgoode Professional Development Program. Arman
is an active member of the Alberta Arts Community and creates short dramatic films that have been
played in the United States as well as Canada. In addition, Arman will have a Diploma in Justice
Administration, focusing on the area of Human Rights Institutions all over Canada. The main focal point
of his paper in Justice Administration was to conceptualize enhanced administrative design to maintain
sustainable growth within Human Rights in policy and procedure.
His work in human rights has been in the areas of sexual harassment, mental and physical
disability as well as issues surrounding discrimination of foreign trained graduates in Canada. He has
conducted seminars to employments groups, human resources manager, universities as well as Law
Students. The goal of human rights is remedial and focuses its attention on bringing about change through recognition and principles of restorative justice.
His Masters Major Research Paper focused on the contemporary legal issues relating to the
delivery of regulatory public programs of a significant social benefit.