Prof. Trebilcock and SJD candidate Kanksha Mahadevia Ghimire co-author report on alternative medicines, argue need for risk-based regulation

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

University Professor Michael Trebilcock and SJD candidate Kanksha Mahadevia Ghimire authored a report on alternative medicines and called for risk-based regulation on certain popular forms of alternative medicine, especially when their use could be life-threatening to patients.

Law of Leadership concentration launched for U of T Law’s Global Professional Master of Laws program

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

"Privacy, human rights, employment, and dispute resolution are among the many issues leaders grapple with on a daily basis, and it’s becoming increasingly necessary to understand how to manage them from a legal perspective."

By Jabeen Aslam

Prof. Anita Anand writes "What does 'reducing the regulatory burden’ mean?" in the Globe and Mail

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

In a commentary in the Globe and Mail, Prof. Anita Anand digs into what the commonly expressed concept of reducing the regulatory burden really means for securities regulation ("What does 'reducing the regulatory burden’ mean?", March 26, 2019).

Read the full commentary on the Globe and Mail website, or below.


What does 'reducing the regulatory burden’ mean?

By Anita Anand

March 26, 2019

Prof. Audrey Macklin receives UTAA's Ludwik and Estelle Jus Memorial Human Rights Prize

Monday, March 18, 2019
Portrait of Audrey Macklin

The University of Toronto Alumni Association’s 2019 Awards of Excellence have been announced, and among them, Professor Audrey Macklin, LLB 1987, Chair in Human Rights Law, has received the Ludwik and Estelle Jus Memorial Human Rights Prize.

U of T Law Journal publishes special issue on "Same-Sex Marriage and the Law"

Friday, March 15, 2019

The latest issue of the University of Toronto Law Journal is a special issue on "Same-Sex Marriage and the Law." The issue includes three articles on the subject, including one by Prof. Brenda Cossman, "Same-Sex Marriage Beyond Charter Dialogue: Charter Cases and Contestation Within Government."

Alumni, Prof. Carol Rogerson and Asper Centre's Cheryl Milne receive Law Society of Ontario Medals for outstanding career contributions

Wednesday, March 13, 2019
Cheryl Milne

Cheryl Milne

The Faculty of Law’s Professor Carol Rogerson, our alumna, and Cheryl Milne, executive director of the David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights, are among the 2019 recipients of the Law Society of Ontario Medal, which recognizes and lauds “exceptional career achievements and contributions to their communities.”

'Built for this moment': Prof. Markus Dubber helps develop ethics of AI handbook

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

By Chris Sorensen

The University of Toronto’s prowess in artificial intelligence research is widely recognized, attracting a who’s who of technology companies to Canada’s largest city. Less well known, however, is the work being done by people like Prof. Markus Dubber to ensure the potentially transformative technology will be developed responsibly.

Prof. Anita Anand writes "Ford must reassess his salary plan for Hydro One CEO" in Globe and Mail

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

In a commentary in the Globe and Mail, Prof. Anita Anand assesses the issues involved in the Government of Ontario's actions in relation to the compensation package for the CEO of Hydro One ("Ford must reassess his salary plan for Hydro One CEO," February 15, 2019).

Read the full commentary on the Globe and Mail website, or below.


Ford must reassess his salary plan for Hydro One CEO

By Anita Anand

February 15, 2019

Prof. Kent Roach writes "One year after the acquittal of Gerald Stanley, little has changed"

Monday, February 11, 2019

In a commentary in the Globe and Mail on the anniversary of the acquittal of Gerald Stanley for the killing of Colton Boushie, Prof. Kent Roach assesses what little has been done, and what more needs to be done, to ensure "Canadian justice does not continue to be experienced by Indigenous people as injustice." ("One year after the acquittal of Gerald Stanley, little has changed," February 9, 2019).