Faisal Kutty knew that the post-9/11 no-fly list problem would not be solved with the law alone.
It was 2007, and Kutty — then a partner at the Toronto firm he founded — had been approached by several civil rights groups to review proposed Canadian legislation for civil rights violations.
The bill — the Passenger Protect Program — was an anti-terrorism measure designed to screen airline passengers. After reviewing it, Kutty served as a consultant with the groups opposed to it.
The path to …