JD student Andrew Stobo Sniderman pens profile of self-governing Yukon First Nation in Maisonneuve

Monday, December 19, 2011

In the latest issue of Maisonneuve magazine, JD student Andrew Stobo Sniderman has written a profile of Yukon's self-governing Carcross-Tagish First Nation, focusing on the complex career of Justin Ferbey, the head of its development corporation ("Going It Alone," Issue 41, Fall 2011).

Read the full article on the Maisonneuve website.

John Borrows Speaking Event

Aboriginal Law Speakers’ Series

 

Professor John Borrows:

 

“Not Extinguished: Rights, Democracy and the Indian Act”

 

January 6, 2011, 12:30 – 2:00 pm, FLC

 

Lunch will be provided

Watch the video of this talk
(streaming video, .wmv format, 256 MB)

GPLLM information session, Friday, January 20, 2012 8:00 - 9:30am

Join us for an upcoming GPLLM Information Session

Friday, January 20, 2012, 8:00 – 9:30am  

You are warmly invited to attend a drop-in Information Session for the part-time, executive-style Global Professional Master of Laws (GPLLM) in Business Law at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. Meet with faculty and/or staff of the GPLLM program, learn more about this unique degree, and ask questions about the curriculum and application.

SPINLAW Conference draws stellar panel for annual public interest law forum

Friday, May 13, 2011

By Jacqueline Labine, 2L

“Canada 2020: The Future of Public Interest Law” was the 2011 theme for the annual Student Public Interest Network Legal Action Workshop (SPINLAW), held March 12, 2011 at the Faculty of Law.

Organized by students from the University of Toronto and Osgoode Hall law schools, SPINLAW creates a forum for students, local activists and community members to share their experiences and perspectives on current social justice issues.

Tribute to 100th anniversary of International Women's Day: The Struggle Continues

Friday, May 13, 2011

International Women's Day

(March 8, 2011) On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day, here’s a look at what some of the Faculty of Law’s graduate students are researching to advance the cause in Canada and around the world.

Stories by Karen Gross

Lifelong champion of women’s rights: Mary Eberts

Two U of T teams head west for Kawaskimhon Aboriginal Moot

Friday, May 13, 2011

Some University of Toronto law students headed west to Vancouver recently to participate in Canada's only national law school moot that focuses exclusively on Aboriginal people. Unique to the Kawaskimhon ("speaking with knowledge") Moot is its focus on negotiation, collaboration and open dialogue. 

Why U of T?

Entrance to Jackman Law Building

An academically gifted and engaged student body: Our students are highly educated, extremely diverse and deeply committed to justice at home and around the world. Academically, they are the strongest student body in the country and they rank among the top in North America.

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