April 21, 2023 New book by U of T law professor Kent Roach examines the injustice of wrongful convictions in Canada
February 21, 2023 Canadian Registry of Wrongful Convictions highlights failures of the criminal justice system
February 16, 2023 U of T Law prof's book explores climate policy through the lens of Canadian law and institutions
November 4, 2022 The Legal Singularity: U of T Law profs on how AI will make the law 'radically' better
October 21, 2022 Access to justice: Downtown Legal Services, U of T’s community legal clinic, celebrates 50 years
September 26, 2022 The AI Taxman: Documentary focuses on U of T law prof who launched legal-tech startup
September 16, 2022 U of T event celebrating Rosalie Abella to bring together current, former international high-court justices
September 7, 2022 From 'ag gag' to 'pet parents': The Canadian Animal Law Conference returns to U of T
August 23, 2022 'A gripping story about terrible wrongs': U of T Law grad and prof draw lessons for Canada in new book
July 13, 2022 'We have urgent work to do': New book by U of T's Kent Roach on why Canadian policing needs to change
July 11, 2022 U of T researcher examines how COVID-19 shifted public access to Canada's courtrooms online
June 28, 2022 Acclaimed scholar John Borrows named The Loveland Chair in Indigenous Law at U of T's Faculty of Law
May 20, 2022 U of T Faculty of Law students delve into journalism, media law issues during Toronto Star 'externship'
April 28, 2022 Following #MeToo, U of T law prof makes the case for a 'restorative and transformative model of justice'