Legal education

Lawyers from abroad get local mentorship through Intact program

Lawyers from abroad get local mentorship through Intact program

The mentorship program helps skilled immigrants and refugees restart their careers in Canada

Theory or practice? Law school owes students excellent preparation on both, says new Ryerson dean

Theory or practice? Law school owes students excellent preparation on both, says new Ryerson dean

Donna Young, who will lead Toronto’s newest law school next year, will be wading into decanal duties at a time when legal education is under scrutiny

University of Toronto assignment becomes lightning rod in debate over Indigenous legal education

University of Toronto assignment becomes lightning rod in debate over Indigenous legal education

‘Sometimes it feels like Indigenous students have an extra unofficial class each semester . . . . having ‘Indigenous 101’ conversations with classmates and faculty’

Ryerson law names founding dean

Ryerson law names founding dean

Donna Young comes from Albany Law School

U of T Law introduces the Black Future Lawyers Program

U of T Law introduces the Black Future Lawyers Program

The program will offer aspiring Black law students mentoring and job shadowing

Canadian law schools added 316 students and 35 tenured faculty over five years, says FLSC update

Canadian law schools added 316 students and 35 tenured faculty over five years, says FLSC update

There was a 28% jump this year in internationally trained lawyers applying to practice in Canada