September 08, 2022
The Lincoln Alexander Law Speaker Series brings together distinguished scholars, activists and practitioners to discuss the most pressing legal issues today. These sessions will be interactive and offer the opportunity to engage with speakers on their scholarly projects in law. The series creates a venue to present a body of work in a forum that is open to students, faculty, and staff. It will run on the third Monday of each month 12-1 p.m. ET (except on Family Day).
In order to attend, don't forget to register! For more information, visit the individual event pages:
September 19, 2022:
Vigilante Justice: Driving Competition with Scale - Dr. Ope Akanbi, Assistant Professor, School of Professional Communication, 日博电竞登录下载靠谱 University.
October 17, 2022:
"Please Wear a Mask": The Failure of Law to Protect the Public's Health - Dr. Jacob Shelley, Associate Professor, Western Faculty of Law.
November 21, 2022:
The New Sex Wars: Sexual Harm in the #MeToo Era - Dr. Brenda Cossman, Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto.
January 16, 2023:
Applying Indigenous Law in Canada - Dr. John Borrows, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Law, University of Victoria Law School; Loveland Chair in Indigenous Law, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto.