Associate Professor Ian Lee receives Mewett Teaching Award

Thursday, August 4, 2022

Professor Ian Lee

The University of Toronto Faculty of Law Class of 2022 has given Associate Professor Ian Lee the Mewett Teaching Award, presented annually to a faculty member for excellence in teaching.

Faces of leadership: U of T welcomes its newest deans

Tuesday, July 26, 2022

U of T's new deans 2022

A recent event at the Faculty Club brought together U of T's deans, including those who took on their senior leadership roles since the outset of the pandemic in early 2020 (photo by Johnny Guatto)

From CBC to TikTok, Gave Lindo (JD/MBA 2007) has followed his passion for storytelling

Monday, July 25, 2022

Gave Lindo

With three degrees from the University of Toronto – a BA, MBA and juris doctor – Gave Lindo (JD/MBA 2007) had no shortage of career options. Ultimately, his love of storytelling steered him toward working in media. 

U of T Law ranked first in Canada by ShanghaiRanking Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2022

Friday, July 22, 2022

The latest subject ranking by the independent ShanghaiRanking Consultancy placed U of T Law first in Canada and in the top 35, globally. U of T Law is the only Canadian school in the global top 35, and one of two in the global top 50.

The Global Ranking of Academic Subjects (GRAS) 2022 also ranked the University of Toronto first in Canada in more subjects – 31 – than any other university in the country.

Roslyn M. Tsao (LLB 1991) receives Award for Excellence in Family Law

Monday, July 18, 2022

Roslyn M TsaoUniversity of Toronto Faculty of Law alumna Roslyn M. Tsao (LLB 1991) has been recognized with the Ontario Bar Association Award for Excellence in Family Law.

The award honours contributions in teaching, scholarly work, oversight of precedent-setting cases, or leadership.

'We have urgent work to do': New book by Professor Kent Roach on why Canadian policing needs to change

Wednesday, July 13, 2022

Professor Kent RoachKent Roach has thought a lot about policing throughout his lifetime. He even aspired to join the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) as a young boy. 

But rather than donning the red serge, the professor at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law has spent his career extensively studying policing – often from the perspective of an insider.

Jérémy Boulanger-Bonnelly (SJD) examines how COVID-19 shifted public access to Canada's courtrooms online: U of T News

Monday, July 11, 2022

Court House Getty images

(photo by Creative Touch Imaging Ltd./NurPhoto via Getty Images)

The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 upended the operations and practices of industries and institutions around the world almost overnight – and, in the realm of law, that includes the concept of open courts.