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The Fall/Winter 2015 issue of Nexus features "The evolution of admissions" - Looking beyond the numbers, a successful application could look very different today than it did in the past.

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Top 10 news stories of 2015

The Top 10 news stories of 2015

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Features

 

Time to prohibit dual class share structures?

Time to prohibit dual class share structures?

By Sheldon Gordon / Illustration by Taylor Callery

Centre for the Legal Profession roundtable discussed the pros and cons of DCS

Deconstructing the COP21 Paris Agreement

Towards a decarbonized future: Deconstructing the COP21 Paris Agreement

By Peter Boisseau / Illustration by Sébastien Thibault

Flaws, say panelists, could actually have an upside

Privacy in the Cloud—and the constitutional black holes that come with it

Privacy in the Cloud

By Andrew Stobo Sniderman, JD 2014 / Photography by Jeff Kirk

Professor Lisa Austin, LLB 1998, on a "constitutional black hole"

 

Untangling IP law in a world of trade agreements

Untangling IP law in a world of trade agreements

By Mark Witten / Illustration by Richard Nalli-Petta

Patent Law Colloquium keynote speaker asked: Is Canada’s sovereignty at stake?

The Closer

The Closer

By Tim Hutzul, LLB 1995 / Photography by Dan Bannister

If you were cheering for the Blue Jays last fall, as so many Canadians were from coast to coast, you can thank Herb Solway, JD 1955, a former chair of the club, and one of Toronto’s legal titans who helped bring the baseball team here in 1977.

Faculty of Law establishes North America’s first research chair for investor rights

Faculty of Law establishes North America’s first research chair for investor rights

By Lucianna Ciccocioppo / Photo by John Guatto

The Honourable Hal Jackman’s gift establishes the J.R. Kimber Chair in Investor Protection and Corporate Governance

The evolution of admissions

The evolution of admissions

By Karen Gross / Photography by: KC Bannister

Looking beyond the numbers, a successful application could look very different today than it did in the past

Dear Professor Arnold Weinrib,

Dear Professor Arnold Weinrib,

Scholar, teacher, mentor and well-loved coach, Arnold "Arnie" Weinrib, LLB 1965, is celebrating a remarkable 50 years at the Faculty of Law.

New Year, New Home

New Year, New Home

Photography by Christie Mills

The Jackman Law Building enters its final stage of completion and the law school prepares for its big move.

7 Questions with: Paul Morrison, LLB 1975

7 Questions with: Paul Morrison, LLB 1975

Illustration by Joel Kimmel

Law Alumni Association President & Partner, McCarthy Tétrault

Nota Bene

 

Nota Bene: Out front

Nota Bene: Out front

By Lucianna Ciccocioppo / Photography by Michelle Yee

Alumna Renu Mandhane wants everyone to know there’s still a need for the Ontario Human Rights Commission

Opinion

 

Past Due: A New Era for Business Law Reform in Ontario

Past Due: A New Era for Business Law Reform in Ontario

By Anthony Duggan, Professor & Honourable Frank H. Iacobucci Chair in Capital Markets Regulation / Illustration by Robert Neubecker

Q & A

 

Q & A with Gordon Haskins, LLB 1991

Q & A with Gordon Haskins, LLB 1991

By Lucianna Ciccocioppo / Photography by Van Smith

On banking in Kazakhstan, pivoting to the Okanagan Valley, and everything else in between