Stories tagged ‘Faculty of Law’
Artificial intelligence could soon transform almost everything. An innovative program at the Rotman School’s Creative Destruction Lab will help place U of T entrepreneurs at the forefront
The design of the Jackman Law Building reflects the need for creative, collaborative spaces for both students and faculty
Margaret Froh is the first woman to lead the Métis Nation of Ontario
New honorific is for people who don’t want to reveal their gender
Relive some of the wonderful, and occasionally weird, traditions that happen only at U of T
A gift from the Honourable Hal Jackman establishes the J.R. Kimber Chair at the Faculty of Law
Will the Paris climate accord succeed where Kyoto didn’t?
New law library bridges rich history and a bright future
Renu Mandhane will shape the province as Ontario’s newest Human Rights Commissioner
Read four stories that don’t appear in our print issue about students and scholars who are working with colleagues around the world
Computer science students are developing a legal application for IBM’s Jeopardy-winning computer as part of $100,000 contest
The Internet makes it easy to be mean. No wonder cyberbullying among teens has everyone worried.
Joan Lax made her mark in a male-dominated profession
In the world of law, hot tubbing is a common practice
Intellectual property rights are intended to foster innovation. But could they actually be stifling it?
Practising courtroom skills was a lot more fun in the days of student pranks
Faculty of Law launches a $53-million campaign
What effect will unlimited corporate spending have on the U.S. election?
Law student Meghan Lindo worked in Kenya to seek justice for victims of sexual assault
New global law degree is designed for execs who can’t take time off work
Instead of fighting bureaucratic inefficiency, why not go around it?
Ten concepts that could shape the future: from digital credentials to safer drugs to DNA-tailored diets and more
Most animals raised for food in Canada live on industrial sites where they never go outdoors. Under our laws, this is perfectly legal, but is it ethical?
Why should the accidental circumstances of birth confer almost unlimited opportunity to some and condemn others to a life of struggle?
Some women leave the legal profession to raise a family. A new Faculty of Law program helps them return
The ceiling in Flavelle House is a great example of art nouveau
Ontario, Alberta and B.C. being shortchanged in Parliament, study finds
Gift from former chairman of Blake, Cassels & Graydon’s, creates scholarships for engineering and law
Barrier-free classroom opens at U of T law school
“We need to rethink the scope of out public health-care system,” says law prof