Fall/Winter 2012

Nexus Fall/Winter 2012

The Fall/Winter 2012  issue features "Laborious Times": what does a post-industrial, hyper-technological, deficit-slashing world mean for union-management relations?

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Features

 
GPLLM grads: Where law and business meet

GPLLM grads: Where law and business meet

By Randi Chapnik Myers

Profiles of four members of the inaugural class of the Global Professional Master of Laws program

Cynthia Roberston | Fateh Salim | Hilary Thompson | Mark Mahoney
Does patent law help or hinder medical innovation?

Does patent law help or hinder medical innovation?

By Mark Witten

The 2012 Patents Colloquium, hosted November 30th, 2012 by the University of Toronto Faculty of Law.

Generation now

Generation now

By Karen Gross

A Faculty of Law conference in 2006 on women in law helped to launch the Justicia Project to encourage the retention of women in the legal profession. More than five years later, has anything changed?

Laborious times

Laborious times

By Sheldon Gordon

What does a post-industrial, hyper-technological, deficit-slashing world mean for union-management relations? The evolution of new labour laws.

Michael McSorley, JD 1977The future is forthcoming: donor profiles

By Karen Gross and Lucianna Ciccocioppo

Henry N. R. Jackman, LLB 1956 | Bennett Jones LLP | Michael McSorley, JD 1977 | Class of 1977 | Torkin Manes | Young Alumni Campaign

Nota Bene

 
Roy Lee, JD 2004The Sounds of Serendipity

By Lucianna Ciccocioppo

Roy Lee, JD 2004, plays the carillon in the University of Toronto’s Soldiers’ Tower

 Opinions

 
Civil action, redress and memoryCivil action, redress and memory

By Dean Mayo Moran

Lessons learned from the Canadian residential schools context.

 

On the Stand

 
Mark Wiseman, LLB/MBA 1996Q & A with Mark Wiseman

By Lucianna Ciccocioppo

Mark Wiseman, LLB/MBA 1996, president and CEO of the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, on taking risks, tough lessons, and why he stays at the CPPIB.