Mannu is an associate in our Commercial Litigation Group.
Mannu maintains a special focus on public law and has published articles on varied constitutional and administrative law matters in peer-reviewed journals.
Prior to joining BLG as an associate, Mannu summered and articled at the firm; worked for a New York-based legal consultancy on business and human rights issues; and served as a law clerk at the Federal Court of Canada.
Co-presenter, "Virtue and Vice in Canada's Approach to Press Freedom" Osgoode Constitutional Cases Conference, April 5, 2019
Author, “A Wall Between the ‘Public’ and the ‘Private’: A Comment on Highwood Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses (Judicial Committee) v Wall” (2019) 9:2 Western Journal of Legal Studies
Co-author, “Bad Ad(Vice): On the Supreme Court’s Approach to Press Freedom, Source Protection and State Interests in R v Vice Media Canada Inc” (2019) Supreme Court Law Review
Co-author, “With a Little Help from Too Many Friends? Lessons from TWU and Comeau on Intervening before the Supreme Court” (2019) 90:2 Supreme Court Law Review (also published in Cheryl Milne and Kent Roach, Public Interest Litigation in Canada [Toronto: LexisNexis, 2019])
Board Member, Scarborough Community Legal Services
Bar Admission & Education
University of Toronto, 2017
University of Oxford, 2013
University of Toronto, 2011