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Faculty of Law's Global Professional Master of Laws program launches concentration in law of leadership
Navigating today’s ever evolving, increasingly complex human rights and health and safety legislation can be treacherous for even the most informed employers and managers.
“The legal obligations on employers are much more robust than they used to be,” says Faculty of Law alumna and adjunct professor Emma Phillips. “Employees are much more aware of what their rights and protections are, particularly in the wake of #MeToo.”
Medical students at the University of Toronto will soon be able to immerse themselves in a week of experiential learning about addiction medicine, thanks in large part to efforts by one of their own.
U of T law students sharpen advocacy skills in criminal law program focused on appellate and Supreme Court cases
A University of Toronto Faculty of Law externship seminar course, thought to be unlike anything offered by other Canadian universities, is helping balance the scales of justice, as students lend their talents to some of the best criminal appeal lawyers in Canada.
In just four years of existence, the legal arguments and research generated through the student course work have weighed in on a string of benchmark appellate and Supreme Court victories, including decisions on privacy, sentencing and insanity pleas.