Established in 1887, the Faculty of Law is one of the oldest professional faculties at the University of Toronto, with a long and illustrious history.
Today, it is one of the world’s great law schools, a dynamic academic and social community with more than 50 full-time faculty members and 15-25 distinguished short-term visiting professors from the world’s leading law schools, as well as 600 undergraduate and graduate students.
The Faculty’s rich academic programs are complemented by its many legal clinics and public interest programs, and its close links to the Faculty’s more than 6,000 alumni, who enjoy rewarding careers in every sector of Canadian society and remain involved in many aspects of life at the law school.
The Faculty of Law is housed in the elegant, state-of-the-art new Jackman Law Building, along with two beautiful historic buildings, Flavelle House and Falconer Hall.
Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, Canada’s largest city, the law school is near a wide variety of attractions including the Royal Ontario Museum, which is next door.
International Human Rights Program
The International Human Rights Program at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law enhances the legal protection of existing and emerging international human rights obligations through advocacy, knowledge-exchange, and capacity-building initiatives that provide experiential learning opportunities for students and legal expertise to civil society.
We provide experiential learning opportunities for students and legal expertise to civil society through the following programs and initiatives:
- Clinical Legal Education
- Volunteer working Groups
- Summer Internships
- Speaker Series and Symposia
- Rights Review magazine
The Director of the IHRP is Samer Muscati.
For more information, including current information regarding events and initiatives, please visit the IHRP’s website at: ihrp.law.utoronto.ca.