Op-Ed co-authored by Professor Lisa Austin: Who controls reins of Big Tech’s COVID Alert app?

Tuesday, August 11, 2020

In an op-ed published in the Toronto Star, August 6, University of Toronto Professors Lisa Austin, Faculty of LawDavid Lie, Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE), and Wendy H. Wong, Department of Political Science, write about the newly launched app, COVID Alert. 

Professors Anver Emon and Larissa Katz renewed as Canada Research Chairs

Monday, August 10, 2020

Faculty of Law Professors Anver Emon and Larissa Katz are among the University of Toronto's seven renewed Canada Research Chairs. In total, 29 new or renewed chairs were announced for U of T. 

Excellence without Barriers: Alumni and friends’ generosity will have a lasting impact on U of T Law students

Friday, July 31, 2020

Students holding sign of 52 million for students

Inspiring and committed donors helped the University of Toronto's Faculty of Law raise well above its $30-million goal, establish a nearly $53-million fund for student support.

The University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law is celebrating alongside donors and friends

Civil disobedience and rule of law: Professor David Dyzenhaus for The Lawyer's Daily

Thursday, July 30, 2020

David Dyzenhaus is a University professor of law and philosophy at the University of Toronto. 

In an article for The Lawyer's Daily, published July 27, Dyzenhaus writes: 

Demise of rule of law: In Canada? Professor David Dyzenhaus for The Lawyer's Daily

Thursday, July 23, 2020

David Dyzenhaus is a University professor of law and philosophy at the University of Toronto. 

In an article for The Lawyer's Daily, published July 21, Dyzenhaus writes: 

Can COVID-19 contact tracing apps protect both your health and your privacy?

Thursday, July 23, 2020

Lisa Austin and David Lie

Professors Lisa Austin (Faculty of Law) and David Lie (ECE), photographed together before COVID-19 struck, are among a team of researchers and legal experts studying the privacy implications and the technology behind contact tracing apps. (Photo: Jessica MacInnis)

by Jessica MacInnis, U of T Engineering News

MAID town hall: Professor Trudo Lemmens joins CBC's The National Conversation to discuss proposed changes to medical assistance in dying

Thursday, July 23, 2020

Professor Trudo Lemmens is the Faculty's Scholl Chair in Health Law and Policy. His research focuses on the interaction between law, governance tools, and ethical norms and values in the context of health care, biomedical research, pharmaceutical and other health product development, and knowledge production.

Shifting borders: Invisible, but very real: Professor Ayelet Shachar's essay published in the UNESCO Courier

Wednesday, July 22, 2020

First published in 1948, the UNESCO Courier is the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization magazine. It has the largest and widest-ranging readership of all the journals published by the United Nations and its specialized institutions. 

U of T's Centre for Ethics launches Oxford Handbook of Ethics of AI

Wednesday, July 22, 2020
Markus Dubber
Markus Dubber, the director of U of T's Centre for Ethics, co-edited the nearly 900-page handbook, which examines the evolving field of AI through an interdisciplinary and international lens (photo courtesy Faculty of Law)