About Us

Students who are accepted into our MA and PhD programs will join a faculty with a strong commitment to research and scholarship. We are involved in the building of an academic community of socio–legal scholars through our participation and leadership in professional associations as well as through our projects and published work. Our program consists of scholars drawn from law and society, criminology, political science, sociology, psychology, history, communication studies, women's studies, and law.

Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities, 2007

Senate Policy on Academic Honesty
Plagiarism is a serious issue and an academic offence. Students should always cite the sources of any material they quote and acknowledge the use of someone else’s arguments. For more information on what constitutes plagiarism and for York’s Senate policy on academic honesty review the Senate Policy on Academic Honesty.

Intellectual property notice
All materials prepared for these courses at York University are the intellectual property of the course instructor(s) unless otherwise stated. This can include but is not limited to the following material: lecture notes, handouts and recordings; assignment handouts and instructions; spoken and written presentations; audio and video recordings; PowerPoint slides; and questions and/or solution sets for assignments, quizzes, tests and final exams.

Course materials should only be used by students enrolled in this course. As a student in this course, you may not publish, post on an Internet site, sell, or otherwise distribute any of this work without the instructor’s express permission. Unauthorized or commercial use of these materials is strictly prohibited. Third party copyrighted materials (such as book chapters, journal articles, music, videos, etc.) have either been licensed for use in this course, or fall under an exception or limitation in Canadian copyright law. Copying this material for distribution (e.g. uploading material to a commercial third-party website, or online sharing of course material with people outside of the course) may lead to a charge of misconduct under York’s Code of Student Rights and Responsibilities and the Senate Policy on Academic Honesty. In addition, you may face legal consequences for any violation of copyright law.

Academic Accommodation for Students with Disabilities (Guidelines, Procedures), 2019

Zoom Privacy and Security Guidance, 2020