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Academic Programs University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(5 days ago) The Academic Handbook is a detailed and extensive reference guide of information about the law school program, including policies, requirements, forms and detailed curriculum information. It is an essential resource for current students. The Academic Handbook opens in …
So, You Want to Become a Lawyer University of Toronto
(8 days ago) 5. Earn your law degree . Length of Program In Canada, the first-level common law degree is the Juris Doctor or JD, which takes three years to complete. It is an undergraduate degree program, and not a graduate degree program, even though prior …
JD Admissions University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(2 days ago) The JD is the first level of professional law degree. It is an undergraduate degree akin to a bachelor of law, with which subsequent graduate law degrees may be pursued, e.g. LLM, SJD. The JD program is designed as a three-year full-time program (in special circumstances an admitted full-time student may seek permission to complete the program
UofT Law School Access Program (free LSAT prep
(2 days ago) The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is a standardized test designed specifically for admission to law schools. It may be written globally for use toward Canadian and USA law school admission. It is administered entirely by the Law School Admission Council …
Application Procedure University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(1 days ago) Application Fee. The OLSAS processing fee is CAD $200 plus a University Fee of $100 for each law school selection. All fees are non-refundable. The University Fee, collected by OLSAS but remitted directly to the Faculty of Law, assists us in covering a portion of our costs associated with the admission assessment.
Law Follies University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(7 days ago) Law Follies. Law Follies is the law school's premier (and only) revue, taking place in February every year since 1982. Follies is written, directed, produced, and performed entirely by law students, with cameo appearances by faculty and alumni.
Admissions Timeline University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(Just Now) May 1, 2022. APPLICATION DEADLINE: UPPER YEAR ENTRY. Transfer, letter of permission and National Committee on Accreditation (NCA) Due at the Ontario Law School Application Service. - Online: by 11:59 pm (Toronto time) on the deadline date. - Mail/courier: postmarked on or before the deadline date.
International Trade Law University of Toronto Faculty of …
(2 days ago) Renowned law and economics scholar University Professor Michael Trebilcock will present a paper, “The Fracturing of the Post-War Free Trade Consensus: The Challenges of Constructing a New Consensus,” at the International Monetary Fund’s conference “Meeting Globalization’s Challenges,” October 11, 2017, in Washington, DC.
Law and Politics Club University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(7 days ago) The Law and Politics Club is an inclusive community for U of T Law students interested in government and politics, both domestic and international. The club's mandate has a professional and a social component: 1. Speakers & Roundtables.
International Students University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(1 days ago) See the Complete List of Graduate Fellowships and Awards for more information about targeted awards, which are focused on particular groups such as aboriginal law students, or particular research areas like capital markets, legal ethics, constitutional law, tax law, and others. Financial need is also a factor for targeted awards.
Downtown Legal Services University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(2 days ago) Downtown Legal Services (DLS) is the law school’s leading public interest clinic for low income clients, and the home of its Public Interest Advocacy clinical education programs.. Every year, approximately 180 students participate in the operation of this clinic, as volunteers, credit students, division leaders, and members of the executive board.
Employers University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(3 days ago) Employers. <Insert Image>. By almost any measure the Faculty has an outstanding student body, and the strength of our incoming classes continues to grow. The distinguished reputation of the law school attracts the finest applicants from a broad range of backgrounds and life experiences, who in turn contribute to the lively intellectual climate
Meet your Student Services Team University of Toronto
(7 days ago) [email protected] 416-978-2583. Room: Jackman P327. Julie Ann provides support to Indigenous law students, including counselling on career, academic, financial aid, and personal matters. Julie Ann also develops academic, experiential and cultural programming for any students interested in Aboriginal law.
Upper-Year Applicants University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(4 days ago) Tel: 519.823-1063. Letter of Permission (LOP) Applicants. Candidates who have successfully completed two years in an LL.B. or JD program at another law school may apply to study for up to one academic year at the University of Toronto on a LOP issued by the candidate's law school.
National Committee on Accreditation Options University
(1 days ago) For practicing law in Ontario, the requirements for being licensed are set by the Law Society of Ontario (LSO) only, and are not set by any law school. Therefore, please begin by reviewing both: the LSO information on becoming a lawyer for graduates of international law schools or non-accredited Canadian law …
[email protected] University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(2 days ago) [email protected] Launched in 2017-18, [email protected] is an exciting collaboration between the Faculty of Law and the Rotman School of Management that gives law students access to three pre-MBA online courses in accounting, finance and statistics. Featuring some of Rotman’s top instructors, these courses are designed to provide students who have little
Jim Phillips University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(2 days ago) He was a law clerk to Madam Justice Wilson of the Supreme Court of Canada prior to joining the University, and was Associate Dean of the Faculty of Law 1994-1997. He teaches property and legal history, and was the winner of the Mewett Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2001.
Future of Law Lab: Crowdfunding and IPO Case Simulation
(5 days ago) The Future of Law Lab Case Simulation sessions allow students to tackle a variety of real world problems dealing with law, business strategy, technology, public relations, marketing, and policy. Each simulation is structured as a holistic experience that investigates how legal …
Graduate Programs University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(3 days ago) The Master of Studies in Law (MSL) is a short, one-year intensive degree aimed at established scholars in disciplines related to law. Collaborative Programs are designed for students pursuing graduate degrees at the Faculty of Law who would like an interdisciplinary perspective through one of the programs in which the law school is a partner.
Sida Liu University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(8 days ago) Professor Sida Liu received his LL.B. degree from Peking University Law School and his Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Chicago. He joined the Department of Sociology at the University of Toronto in 2016 after teaching sociology and law at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He holds a non-budgetary cross-appointment at the Faculty of Law.
Runnymede Society University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(3 days ago) Named after the meadow where King John signed the Magna Carta in 1215, the Runnymede Society is a national student membership organization dedicated to exploring the fundamental principles of the rule of law, constitutionalism, and liberty. It seeks to foster intellectual diversity, rigour, and dialogue through open and balanced debate in law
Timetable: First Term University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(4 days ago) Family Law (Cossman) J140 : The Law of Work (Rittich) P115: Freedom of Expression (Lepofsky) * Zoom Room (J125) The Law of Work (Rittich) P115 : Economic Analysis of Law (Niblett) J125 : Law and Revolution (Stewart) FA3/FH105 : Statutes & Statutory Interpretation (Emon) J125 : 10:30 - 11:50 AM Environmental Law (Green) FA2/FH103 : 10:30 - 11:50
Li Chen University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(7 days ago) Chinese Law in Imperial Eyes: Sovereignty, Justice and Transcultural Politics (Columbia University Press, 2016). Co-editor, Chinese Law: Knowledge, Practice and Transformation, 1530s-1950s (with Madeleine Zelin, Brill, 2015) “Affective Sovereignty, International Law, and China’s Legal Status in the Nineteenth Century,” in Zvi Ben-Dor Benite, Stefanos Geroulanos and Nichole Jerr, eds, The
Law and International Development University of Toronto
(2 days ago) 84 Queen's Park. Toronto, M5S 2C5. Email: [email protected] Mariam Momodu (Olafuyi) is a Doctoral Candidate at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. She specializes in international trade law, law and development and law and globalization. In her doctoral thesis, she re-evaluates economic integration in Africa by exploring
Andrew Green University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(2 days ago) He is past President of the Canadian Law and Economics Association and former Associate Dean at the Faculty of Law. He was a Chair of the University of Toronto Academic Appeals Committee between 2009 and 2018. Prior to joining the Faculty of Law, Andrew practiced environmental law in Toronto for six years. His practice encompassed both
Vincent Chiao University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(3 days ago) Criminal Law in the Age of the Administrative State (Oxford University Press, 2018). "Reply to Critics," Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies 17(1) (2018): 158-175 - symposium issue dedicated to Criminal Law in the Age of the Administrative State. Review essay on Antony Duff, The Realm of Criminal Law (Oxford 2018), Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies 18(1) (December 2018), available at https
Career Statistics University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(4 days ago) The law school is proud of all its graduates and is enriched by their many different career choices. Our graduates feature prominently both in and outside the legal profession and are leading figures in judicial, political and academic circles in Canada and internationally.
Albert Yoon University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(1 days ago) Before joining the Faculty of Law, Albert was professor of law at Northwestern University, during which he was a Law and Public Affairs Fellow at Princeton University and a Russell Sage Visiting Scholar in New York City. Albert was Associate Dean - Research and Curriculum for the 2018-20 academic years.
Staff Directory University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(7 days ago) Chief Law Librarian Bora Laskin Law Library: 416-978-5537 : [email protected]: Milne, Cheryl Executive Director David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights: 416-978-0092 : [email protected]: Mobbs, Donna Program Assistant LAWS Program: 416-978-1925 : [email protected]: Morrison, Joshua Director, Future of Law Lab
Staff Directory By Department University of Toronto
(1 days ago) Director, Future of Law Lab : 416 978 1132 : [email protected]: Mount, Bernadette Interim Senior Executive Assistant, Office of the Dean 416-978-3718 : email@example.com: Zhang, Vanessa Administrative Assistant to the Associate Dean, Research/Faculty Secretary : 416-978-5587
MSL Program (Master of Studies in Law) University of
(7 days ago) The Master of Studies in Law (MSL) is a very small program designed for established academics and scholars who work and write in a discipline related to law, and wish to acquire a knowledge of law in order to add a legal dimension to scholarship in their own discipline.
Reasons Why We Need to Decriminalize Abortion
(5 days ago) The 1930 Revised Penal Code abortion law (Art. 25618-259 of the Revised Penal Code)19 is a restrictive, colonial, and antiquated law that continues to perpetuate discrimination against women. This law was directly translated from Spanish into English from the 1870 Old Spanish Penal Code which
Aboriginal Law University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(3 days ago) The David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights' Climate Justice Working Group and the Indigenous Initiatives Office (IIO) at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law are pleased to present an Introduction to s. 35 and the Duty to Consult (online webinar) on January 22nd, 2021 at 12:30 pm. about Section 35 and the Duty to Consult - A Primer!
Denise Réaume University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(3 days ago) Professor. Jackman Law Building. 78 Queen's Park. Toronto, Ontario M5S 2C5. Tel.: 416-978-6905. Email: [email protected] Denise Réaume was appointed to the Faculty of Law in 1982 and promoted to full professor in 1996. She served as Associate Dean (Graduate Studies) from 1990-1995. She holds law degrees from Oxford, where she attended
Simon Stern University of Toronto Faculty of Law
(1 days ago) The Oxford Handbook of Law and Humanities (2020) (ed. Simon Stern, Bernadette Meyler, and Maksymilian Del Mar) "Fanny Hill and the "Laws of Decency": Investigating Obscenity in Eighteenth-Century England," Eighteenth-Century Life 43 (2019), 162-87 "Narrative in the Legal Text: Judicial Opinions and Their Narratives," in Narrative and Metaphor in the Law, ed. Michael Hanne & Robert …
Criminal Law & Philosophy University of Toronto Faculty
(1 days ago) Criminal Law & Philosophy. Professors Malcolm Thorburn, Vincent Chiao, Hamish Stewart and Alan Brudner. What is “the philosophy of criminal law”? Some scholars see it as a branch of political philosophy, others as applied moral philosophy. Some see it as concerned with questions of legitimate authority, focusing on the fundamental