Canadian law school
The University of Toronto Faculty of Law (U of T Law, UToronto Law) is the law school of the University of Toronto. The Faculty's admissions process is the most selective of law schools in Canada and is one of the most selective in North America. The Faculty has consistently been ranked as the top law school in Canada by Maclean's since it began to publish law school rankings. The Faculty offers the JD, LLM, SJD, MSL, and GPLLM degrees in law.
Among its alumni are a Canadian Prime Minister, three Chiefs of Staff to the Prime Minister, two Premiers of Ontario, two Mayors of Toronto, and fourteen Justices of the Supreme Court of Canada, including four of the nine currently-sitting Justices (Rosalie Abella, Russell Brown, Michael J. Moldaver, and Sheilah Martin)—more than any other law school. A number of deans at North American law schools—Columbia Law School, Toronto Faculty of Law, Queen's Faculty of Law, and Alberta Faculty of Law—are University of Toronto Law graduates.The current Dean of the Faculty of Law (as of January 1, 2015) is Edward Iacobucci, a graduate of Toronto Law and Queen's University, and a Rhodes Scholar. His father, Frank Iacobucci, is a former Dean of the law school and Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada.
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