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Faculty & Research

Research: Insights that Shape the Legal Landscape

The Lincoln Alexander School of Law is fostering a culture of innovation and advocacy to reimagine legal education in pursuit of a more just society.

As the world is transformed by emerging technologies, our faculty researchers are developing and applying new ideas to strengthen the legal profession and expand access to justice. As we grow, our aim is to become a hub for entrepreneurial innovation and a leader in equity, diversity and inclusion in the legal sector.

Visit our research initiatives, publications and a recently launched journal to learn more about the innovative legal thinking aiming for social impact.

Meet the Faculty

Our law school includes a diverse range of scholars who are bringing the Toronto Metropolitan University’s Integrated Practice Curriculum to life.

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TMU Law Review

A peer-reviewed academic journal at the Lincoln Alexander School of Law

Founded in 2022, the TMU Law Review is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal published annually through the Lincoln Alexander School of Law at Toronto Metropolitan University. Currently operating as a faculty-led model with the support of a student editorial and operations team, the TMU Law Review is dedicated to publishing high-quality and cutting-edge scholarly and creative work that speaks to some of the most important issues affecting the contemporary legal and social landscape, both in Canada and beyond. Learn more at TMU Law Review website. (external link, opens in new window) 

Research Initiatives

International Law & Global Justice Initiative

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The International Law & Global Justice Initiative is committed to bridging theory and practice through justice-oriented scholarship and public engagement. Our faculty members perceive a deep unity between research, teaching, experiential opportunities, and public service. 

Justice & Technology Initiative

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The Justice & Technology Initiative brings together legal academics, students, and practitioners in research, advocacy, and teaching focused on the opportunities and challenges associated with the mounting ubiquity and significance of technology and data in our society, economy, and environment. 

Racial Justice Initiative

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The Racial Justice Initiative brings together a diverse range of voices with subject-matter expertise and lived experience, and encourages to critically examine the law’s role in both perpetuating and ameliorating racism and discrimination. We also work to drive legal reform, enabling a shift in culture to processes and policies that perpetuate systemic racism.