Semper Discens lecture series

 

U of T Law is a vibrant intellectual community of alumni, professors and students that is home to a diverse range of ideas and approaches.

As a place of scholarship and intellectual inspiration, the law school has many opportunities for continued learning. We hope you will be an active part of this community and join us this year for a series of lectures that showcase many current topics and legal concepts.

Cecil A. Wright Memorial Lecture

 

Brings some of the world’s most distinguished scholars to the law school to deliver a public lecture in memory of the late former dean Cecil A. Wright.

David B. Goodman Lecture

 

Brings to the law school a distinguished member of the bar or bench to share the benefit of insights and ideas gained from long experience in the practical application of the law.

Morris A. Gross Memorial Lecture

 

The intention of the lectureship is to bring to the Faculty of Law a distinguished scholar or a member of the practising bar or bench.

Grafstein Lecture in Communications

 

Organized by the Centre for Innovation Law and Policy, this lecture brings an expert or practitioner in law and communications to share their insights at the law school.

For more information

 

See the Special Lectures section of the website, and the Events Calendar.

Questions? Please contact

 

Wasila Baset, wasila.baset@utoronto.ca
Associate Director, Annual Fund and Alumni Programs