Instructor(s): Simon Stern, Markus Dubber

For graduate students, the course number is LAW5045Y.

Note: Students cannot take more than one workshop for credit in a given year.

The interdisciplinary CAL Workshop meets 8 to 10 times throughout the academic year. Students wishing to register in the Workshop may do so for academic credit. Past speakers have included Nicholas Blomley (Geography, Simon Fraser University); Marianne Constable (Rhetoric, UC Berkeley); Paul Halliday (History, University of Virginia); Bernard Harcourt (Law & Political Science, Columbia University); Daniel Heller-Roazen (Comparative Literature, Princeton); Timothy Hyde (Architecture, Harvard University); Samuel Moyn (Law & History, Yale University); Jennifer Christine Nash (American Studies, George Washington University); Annelise Riles (Law & Anthropology, Cornell University); Mariana Valverde (Criminology, University of Toronto). For a complete list of previous workshop guests, please consult the CAL Workshop’s webpage (http://www.law.utoronto.ca/scholarship-publications/workshops-and-semina...).

Evaluation
Students will attend all the workshops. In addition, students will prepare comments of 250-275 words each on all but one workshop paper and one paper of approx. 2500 words relating to the topic of any one of the workshops. Evaluation will be based on this written work (90%) and on participation in the workshop (10%). Note: Students must pass both the paper and the participation component to receive credit for the workshop.
Credit note
Credit Note: 1 credit per term

At a Glance

Both Terms
Credits
2
Hours
2
Perspective course

Enrolment

Maximum
25
15 JD
5 LLM/SJD/MSL/NDEGS/SJD U
5 Criminology students

Schedule

First Term Schedule:
T: 12:30 - 2:00
Second Term Schedule: (T: 12:30 - 2:00