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Social Sciences - Law - 22.04.2024
Interview with Michelle Bachelet
Interview with Michelle Bachelet

Law - 04.04.2024
Results for: Professor receives funding from Canadian Foundation for Legal Research

Law - Campus - 21.03.2024
Honouring a mother's fierce devotion with a scholarship that promotes advocacy
Honouring a mother’s fierce devotion with a scholarship that promotes advocacy

Law - 23.02.2024
McGill launches legal challenge against government measures

Law - Environment - 22.01.2024
UVic's National Centre for Indigenous Laws wins prestigious design award
UVic’s National Centre for Indigenous Laws wins prestigious design award

Social Sciences - Law - 18.01.2024
LGBTQI+ rights in Tunisia: repressive laws and free speech
LGBTQI+ rights in Tunisia: repressive laws and free speech
An UdeM sociology professor who studies issues facing LGBTQI+ communities in Tunisia highlights their challenges, hopes and struggles.

Law - 09.01.2024
Results for: Publication News | A Strategy for Achieving Indigenous Justice: A Seven ’Rs’ Plan

Law - Innovation - 13.12.2023
Catherine Régis to take up new IVADO post
Catherine Régis to take up new IVADO post

Law - Innovation - 13.12.2023
UCalgary legal researchers receive grant to expand offerings in cybersecurity

Law - History / Archeology - 07.12.2023
The John Peters Humphrey archive added to the Canada Memory of the World Register

Law - 30.11.2023
ChatGPT and the law: a useful but imperfect tool
Generative artificial intelligence tools such as ChatGPT raise questions about how it can be used and controlled in the field of law, say two UdeM professors.

Law - 01.11.2023
No security for the belongings of precariously housed and unhoused individuals, researchers say
Report finds need for better measures to help people who are experiencing homelessness retain their belongings. A new report highlights a need to rethink practices that impact what happens to people's belongings when they don't have control over the spaces where they live. Geography professor Nick Blomley and collaborators Alexandra Flynn from UBC's Allard School of Law and Marie-Eve Sylvestre from the University of Ottawa's Faculty of Law analysed current laws, policies and procedures and outline how they control the belongings of precariously housed and unhoused individuals across Canada.

Law - 01.11.2023
Why is the law different when you're unhoused?
Why is the law different when you’re unhoused?
We all have cherished belongings: a photo of your children, a beloved relative's ashes. These things are treasured, no matter where you live.

Social Sciences - Law - 03.10.2023
Law professor's new book makes case for overhaul of Canada's criminal justice system
Law professor’s new book makes case for overhaul of Canada’s criminal justice system
A handwritten letter from an incarcerated man got Benjamin Perrin rethinking Canada's criminal justice system.

Law - 14.09.2023
From fear to heroism  

Campus - Law - 07.09.2023
How free are we?
How free are we?

Law - Social Sciences - 07.06.2023
Graduate explores interdisciplinary approaches to restorative justice
Mackenzie Leclaire (MA '23) challenges misconceptions and brings humanity to the forefront of her graduate research By Zoe Tipper Faculty of Arts Mackenzie Leclaire's academic journey exemplifies the value of interdisciplinary learning and qualitative research.

Politics - Law - 18.05.2023
University of Toronto Mississauga students lead efforts to understand justice in global conflicts
University of Toronto Mississauga students lead efforts to understand justice in global conflicts
A group of students at the University of Toronto Mississauga are at the forefront of efforts to understand transitional justice across the globe - a scholarly field that confronts how to pursue accou

Social Sciences - Law - 27.04.2023
What Google searches can tell us about the global human rights movement
What Google searches can tell us about the global human rights movement
When  Geoff Dancy  wanted to research where people are most interested in human rights, he fully expected it would come from countries in the Global North - such as Canada and the United States.

Criminology / Forensics - Law - 21.04.2023
New book by University of Toronto law professor Kent Roach examines the injustice of wrongful convictions in Canada
New book by University of Toronto law professor Kent Roach examines the injustice of wrongful convictions in Canada

Social Sciences - Law - 13.04.2023
Waiting to inhale: University of Toronto researcher explores the link between cannabis laws and racial injustice
Waiting to inhale: University of Toronto researcher explores the link between cannabis laws and racial injustice

Law - Architecture - 09.03.2023
Celebrating the vision and construction of the National Centre for Indigenous Laws
Celebrating the vision and construction of the National Centre for Indigenous Laws

Social Sciences - Law - 07.03.2023
India’s skewed sex ratio
Poised to become the world's most populous country, India is grappling with a shortage of women. UdeM anthropologist Karine Bates looks at the multiple causes and far-reaching consequences.

Law - Social Sciences - 06.03.2023
A new beginning for Afghan women judges forced to flee the Taliban
A new beginning for Afghan women judges forced to flee the Taliban
Since the Taliban's return to power in Afghanistan in August 2021, women judges throughout the country have lost their jobs, had their lives threatened, and have been forced to evacuate or go into hiding.

Law - Environment - 28.02.2023
University of Toronto Faculty of Law event focuses on law and policy amid climate change
University of Toronto Faculty of Law event focuses on law and policy amid climate change

Law - Criminology / Forensics - 21.02.2023
Canadian Registry of Wrongful Convictions highlights failures of the criminal justice system

Social Sciences - Law - 16.02.2023
Canada taps University of Toronto researcher for new Black Justice Strategy steering group
Canada taps University of Toronto researcher for new Black Justice Strategy steering group

Environment - Law - 16.02.2023
University of Toronto Law prof's book explores climate policy through the lens of Canadian law and institutions
University of Toronto Law prof’s book explores climate policy through the lens of Canadian law and institutions

Environment - Law - 07.02.2023
A new wave in recognizing the Ocean’s vital role
Acknowledging the Ocean as a living being is increasingly important for planetary well-being and global sustainability By Chantal Vallis Faculty of Environment The Ocean* is the largest of Earth's systems that stabilizes climate and supports life and human wellbeing.

Law - 11.01.2023
Illegal remixes: Law-breaking or creative license? 
Illegal remixes: Law-breaking or creative license? 

Law - 11.01.2023
Story ideas: Illegal remixes: Law-breaking or creative license? 
Story ideas: Illegal remixes: Law-breaking or creative license? 

Law - 30.11.2022
After fleeing the Taliban, Afghanistan's former ombudsperson Ghizal Haress finds a new home at University of Toronto
After fleeing the Taliban, Afghanistan’s former ombudsperson Ghizal Haress finds a new home at University of Toronto

Law - Social Sciences - 09.11.2022
Grad focuses on empowering women - on campus and beyond
Grad focuses on empowering women - on campus and beyond

Law - Innovation - 04.11.2022
The Legal Singularity: University of Toronto Law profs on how AI will make the law ’radically’ better

Law - Health - 01.11.2022
Patrick Garon-Sayegh: the expert on expert opinions
Patrick Garon-Sayegh: the expert on expert opinions

Law - Social Sciences - 21.10.2022
Access to justice: Downtown Legal Services, University of Toronto's community legal clinic, celebrates 50 years
Access to justice: Downtown Legal Services, University of Toronto’s community legal clinic, celebrates 50 years

Law - Campus - 18.10.2022
Finding the perfect match

Law - 27.09.2022
UBC experts and events on Orange Shirt Day

Law - Campus - 27.09.2022
'Rosie has heart': Former SCC Justice Rosalie Abella feted by her international peers at University of Toronto event
’Rosie has heart’: Former SCC Justice Rosalie Abella feted by her international peers at University of Toronto event

Law - Innovation - 26.09.2022
The AI Taxman: Documentary focuses on University of Toronto law prof who launched legal-tech startup
The AI Taxman: Documentary focuses on University of Toronto law prof who launched legal-tech startup

Law - History / Archeology - 16.09.2022
University of Toronto event celebrating Rosalie Abella to bring together current, former international high-court justices
University of Toronto event celebrating Rosalie Abella to bring together current, former international high-court justices

Law - Social Sciences - 28.06.2022
Acclaimed scholar John Borrows named The Loveland Chair in Indigenous Law at University of Toronto's Faculty of Law
Acclaimed scholar John Borrows named The Loveland Chair in Indigenous Law at University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law

Law - Pedagogy - 17.06.2022
University of Toronto Law class valedictorian gained confidence by 'learning to embrace discomfort'
University of Toronto Law class valedictorian gained confidence by ’learning to embrace discomfort’

Law - 13.06.2022
Gloria Epstein, who paved the way for marriage equality as a judge, receives honorary degree  
Gloria Epstein, who paved the way for marriage equality as a judge, receives honorary degree  

Law - Media - 20.05.2022
University of Toronto Faculty of Law students delve into journalism, media law issues during Toronto Star 'externship'
University of Toronto Faculty of Law students delve into journalism, media law issues during Toronto Star ’externship’
University of Toronto Faculty of Law students delve into journalism, media law issues during Toronto Star 'externship' From working with in-house counsel experts to advancing social justice initiativ

Law - Campus - 21.04.2022
University of Toronto doctoral candidate explores legal landscape of transgender conversion bans 
University of Toronto doctoral candidate explores legal landscape of transgender conversion bans 

Law - 05.03.2022
Fighting online hate speech
An expert advisory group on online safety was set up on March 30, 2022 to advise the Minister of Canadian Heritage on the government's proposed legislative and regulatory framework for combatting harmful content online.

Law - 17.02.2022
Canada can become the Napa Valley of cannabis tourism
Researchers have found the recent success of Canadian cannabis tourism has both normalized a formerly "deviant" leisure activity and opened the door to other potentially lucrative forms of cannabis-related tourism, such as complete growing, consuming and experiencing tours.

Social Sciences - Law - 01.02.2022
UBC experts on Black History Month
UBC experts on Black History Month

Law - Social Sciences - 27.01.2022
Report explores legal challenges of new immigrants to Canada
A new report from Western's Network for Economics and Social Trends (NEST), in partnership with Pathways to Prosperity , paints an in-depth portrait of the serious legal problems and disputes immigrants face in their community and provides recommendations for newcomers to Canada seeking assistance.