Fulbright Fellow J. R. Rothstein to be a Visiting Scholar for 2017-18

Friday, July 28, 2017

J R Rothstein headshotFulbright Fellow J.R. Rothstein of Manhattan, New York will be a visiting scholar at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law this year to engage in a comparative law analysis regarding the role of Jewish, Islamic and secular law in the context of real estate transactions.

Second Beetz-Laskin Conference

To mark the 150th anniversary of Confederation, the second Beetz-Laskin Conference on Canadian Constitutional Law, co-organized by the Faculté de droit, Université de Montréal (Noura Karazivan, Jean Leclair) and the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto (Patrick Macklem), brings together Canadian and foreign experts around four main themes:

(1) Repatriation, between myth and reality

(2) Federalism, between history and modernity

(3) Indigenous peoples and constitutional pluralism

Law in the Age of Trump - Panel Discussion - Watch the webcast

Monday, February 6, 2017

On Feb. 6, 2017, the Faculty of Law gathered Professors Lisa Austin, Jutta Brunnée, Anver Emon, Audrey Macklin and David Schneiderman to discuss some key legal questions arising from the new Trump presidency, including immigration, climate treaties, and conflict of interest.

Prof. Mohammad Fadel interviewed on CBC radio's The Sunday Edition about the interpretation of Islam

Monday, November 30, 2015

Prof. Mohammad Fadel was interviewed by host Michael Enright on CBC radio's The Sunday Edition about "about whether ISIS represents a perversion of Islam, and why conflict in the Middle East gives rise to such extremism." ("Is Islam a religion of peace?" November 29, 2015).

Listen to the interview on the CBC website. (17:57 minutes long)

Prof. Anver Emon interviewed on CTV's Canada AM about misconceptions about Muslims

Thursday, November 19, 2015

In the wake of attacks on Muslims in Canada and the debate about welcoming refugees from Syria, Prof. Anver Emon was interviewed by Bev Thompson on CTV's Canada AM about common misconceptions about Muslims and Islam (November 17, 2015).

Watch the clip on the CTV website (5:17 minutes)

Getting into UofT Law - JD Admissions

JD Admissions visits UofT Department of Criminology

JD AdmissionsGet the inside scoop on applying to our JD program directly from the Faculty of Law Admissions Office and hear from current law students. 

Learn about our whole-person admission process and how to improve your application to our JD program.