SJD candidate Megan Pfiffer to be published in McGill Law Journal

Monday, May 13, 2024

Megan Pfiffer, SJD candidate at U of T Law, is set to be published in the forthcoming volume of the McGill Law Journal. Entitled "What's the Problem with Substantive Review?", Pfiffer's paper delves into the complex and often turbulent realm of substantive review. A pre-print version of the article can be viewed here.

U of T Law student wins Philip M. Epstein Award for Top Oralist at Walsh Family Law Moot

Thursday, March 21, 2024

Held in Toronto on March 9, the Walsh Family Law Moot is a competitive moot for 2nd and 3rd year law students from across Ontario.

U of T Law student Julia Fine (2L), received the Philip M. Epstein Award for Top Oralist.

Additional participants from U ofT Law included Aviva Ripstein (3L), Laura Hunter (3L) and Constantine Kanargelidis (3L)

U of T Law students win Best Negotiation Plan at Walsh Family Law Negotiation Competition

Thursday, March 21, 2024

Congratulations to this years Walsh Family Law Negotiation Competition participants!

The Walsh Family Negotiation Competition is a competition for 2nd and 3rd year law students from across Ontario. Working in teams of two and using facts for each partner in a family law dispute, U of T Law students Emma Baliat (2L), Christos Kakaletris (3L), Ashley Jeon (2L), and Alice Min (2L) negotiated with opposing teams in three successive rounds of increasing complexity. 

U of T Law students celebrated for exceptional leadership

Monday, March 11, 2024

The University of Toronto Student Leadership Awards (UTSLA) continues U of T’s long-standing tradition of recognizing outstanding student leadership, volunteer service, and commitment to the university.

Frank W. Callaghan Memorial Moot Results

Thursday, March 7, 2024

The Frank W. Callaghan Memorial Moot, named in memory of former Chief Justice of the Ontario Court (General Division), Frank W. Callaghan, is a University of Toronto Faculty of Law moot for 16 students on a topic in the area of criminal or constitutional law.

U of T Law places first in Canadian round of The Jessup Moot

Wednesday, February 28, 2024


Jessup coaches and mooters: Nicolas Williams (3L), Misha Boutilier (JD 2018), Eyal Wilk (2L), Vidit Desai (2L), Arik Portnov (2L), and Foti Vito (3L) (supplied photo).

Indigenous Initiatives Office (IIO) hosts inaugural Medicine Garden harvest

Friday, October 27, 2023

Earlier this month, the Indigenous Initiatives Office (IIO) at U of T Law hosted the inaugural Medicine Garden harvest. 

With assistance from the Indigenous Law Students Association (ILSA), this special event brought together members of the U of T Law community to braid sweetgrass, and harvest sage and tobacco.

U of T accepts all recommendations of Anti-Asian Racism Working Group’s final report

Monday, May 29, 2023

The University of Toronto is committed to implementing the 40 recommendations for addressing anti-Asian racism on campus issued in the final report by U of T’s Anti-Asian Racism Working Group.