Faculty and Staff


The faculty of the University of Toronto Law School enjoy an international reputation for research and teaching excellence. Widely published in books and the leading law journals, our faculty members are also regular recipients of prestigious prizes and fellowships that recognize their rigorous scholarship. Their commitment to scholarly work is complemented by their active engagement in current public policy issues.

Find out more about our faculty's scholarship, including recent publications, books, and honours, under "Scholarship & Publications." See also the list of retired professors who have received the status of "emeritus."

Adjunct Faculty

The law school’s proximity to Toronto’s downtown commercial core and Federal and Provincial courts makes it possible for leading members of the bar and bench to make a significant contribution to the teaching program and to social life at the Faculty as teachers, moot court advisors, workshop participants, and mentors.

Distinguished Visitors

The Distinguished Visiting Faculty program brings leading scholars and jurists to the law school each year from within Canada and around the world. Over a two to three-week period, these visiting scholars share their knowledge and experience with our faculty and students in formal classes, in workshops, and in informal discussion.


The links on the left provide contact information for our full-time faculty and staff, and biographical information about our full-time, adjunct and distinguished visiting faculty.