Legal education

Lawyer and U of T researcher examine how COVID-19 impacted the public's ability to witness justice

Lawyer and U of T researcher examine how COVID-19 impacted the public's ability to witness justice

Courts should harmonize their practices so people can easily access online hearings: lawyer

U of T Law awards inaugural endowed chair to Indigenous law professor

U of T Law awards inaugural endowed chair to Indigenous law professor

John Borrows named Loveland Chair in Indigenous Law

Tension between U of T law and disabled students raises a broader policy implication: lawyer

Tension between U of T law and disabled students raises a broader policy implication: lawyer

Nijjar says scrutiny on accommodation bids pressures institutions to assess diverse health concerns

Queen's Law confers awards to four alumni: Art Cockfield, Pam Hrick, Blaine Favel, Catherine Latimer

Queen's Law confers awards to four alumni: Art Cockfield, Pam Hrick, Blaine Favel, Catherine Latimer

Awarding ceremony held virtually on June 2

uOttawa law professors launch new project to advance implementation of ‘Joyce’s principle’

uOttawa law professors launch new project to advance implementation of ‘Joyce’s principle’

Professors to examine mental health discrimination experienced by Atikamekw of Manawan in Quebec

uOttawa law professor João Velloso creates new working group on 'judicialization of social problems'

uOttawa law professor João Velloso creates new working group on 'judicialization of social problems'

Group to examine use of law in addressing social problems