Canadian Law School Faculty Survey

Table 1: Area of law by number of law faculty indicating a teaching and/or research interest in each area
AREA OF INTEREST NUMBER OF PROFESSORS WHO TEACH OR CONDUCT RESEARCH IN THE AREA
Constitutional Law 67
Human Rights Law 53
Aboriginal People and the Law 47
Contracts Law 41
Charter Remedies 40
Dispute Resolution 39
Property Law 39
Criminal Law 38
Globalization 38
Tort 37
Gender Equality 36
Legal History 36
Administrative Law 34
Civil Liberties 34
Access to Justice 33
Diversity 33
International Law 33
Jurisprudence 33
Feminist Legal Theory 32
Law and Medicine 31
Children and the Law 28
Evidence 27
Civil Procedure 25
Labour Law 24
Advocacy 22
Commercial Law 22
Family Violence 22
Law and Developing Nations 21
Private International Law 21
Legal Aid − Client Services 20
Science/Technology 20
Restorative Justice 18
Corporate Law 18
Social Welfare 16
Victims of Crime 16
Privacy Law 15
Technological Change 15
Copyright Law 14
Tax Law 14
Youth and Young Offenders 14
Hate Crime 13
Sentencing 13
Information Law 11
North American Integration 11
Value Changes 11
Immigration 10
Crime Prevention 9
Correctional Law 7
Sex Offenders 7
Demographics 6
Telecommunications 6
Firearms Controls 4
Social Differentiation 2
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