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Nexus, Fall-Winter 2016

The Fall/Winter 2016 issue of Nexus features "The road to mental health"—exploring how the Faculty of Law is tackling the issue of student mental health

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Digital Ink

 

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Top online news at U of T Law

 

Features

 

Ribbon-cutting for Jackman Law Building

Welcome Home

Alumni thank you event officially opens the Jackman Law Building

Asper Centre Fireside Chat with David Asper and Raj Anand

On the future of Charter litigation in Canada

An Asper Centre fireside chat with David Asper and Raj Anand

Reconciliation Resolutions

What is your Reconciliation Resolution?

The Indigenous Initiatives Office, managed by alumna Amanda Carling, JD 2012, has challenged the Faculty of Law community to think about—and act on—ways to improve Canada’s relationship with Indigenous peoples.

No Life for a Child illustration

No life for a child

International Human Rights Program report prompts  policy changes—and a plan to end immigration  detention of children

The Road to Mental Health illustration

The road to mental health

On-site counsellor, web resources, stress-buster programming: how the Faculty of Law is tackling the issue of student mental health

Paul B. Schabas, LLB 1984

A change in direction

Almost half-way through his mandate as treasurer of the Law Society of Upper Canada, alumnus Paul B. Schabas, LLB 1984, partner at Blakes, talks to Nexus about transforming the LSUC—and the legal profession.

Donors Paul and Janet Morrison

Augment, assist, strengthen, support, magnify, intensify, spotlight, highlight

Dean Ed Iacobucci’s priorities include bolstering the student experience, with a focus on financial aid. Read why these alumni stepped forward – and stepped up to give.

In Memoriam

 
Geoff Taber: 1960-2016, Class of 1985Geoff Taber: 1960-2016, Class of 1985
Dr. Stanley Wong, Class of 1982Dr. Stanley Wong, 1947 – 2016, Class of 1982

Nota Bene

 

Melinda Park

At the helm of BLG

Melinda Park puts her ‘Saskatchewan spirit’ to work

Opinion

 

Crystal ball gazing in a Trump world

Crystal ball gazing in a Trump world

'Micro' op-eds from our Faculty of Law scholars

In a Trump America, what could __________ look like?

Q & A

 

Frederick Kan, LLB 1967

Q & A with Frederick Kan, LLB 1967, founder of Fred Kan & Co.

The first Chinese-Canadian graduate of the Faculty of Law talks about China’s law firm market, volunteering to help youth mental health—and resolving the mystery of No. 31