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TMU’s law school will move to recently acquired property on Victoria Street

DCN-JOC News Services
TMU’s law school will move to recently acquired property on Victoria Street

TORONTO—Toronto Metropolitan University’s (TMU) Lincoln Alexander School of Law will have a new home on Victoria Street in Toronto.

The university acquired the property at 277 Victoria St. in June 2023 and will take possession of the site in 2025. Renovations are being planned to transform the space into a vibrant hub.

The school is currently located at 350 Victoria St.. 

The project will involve a renovation of 115,000 square feet of space.

TMU is beginning consultations with a team from the law school to learn more about specific needs for the space.

A feasibility study will then be conducted to determine if and how the building may house facilities such as purpose-built classrooms and meeting spaces; a moot court space; law library; and dedicated spaces for collaboration and community engagement.  

“We are very excited about this upcoming campus expansion, to help meet our growing academic needs. 277 Victoria Street is located at an ideal entrance way to our campus and its acquisition supports the university’s ongoing efforts to provide an exceptional learning experience for our students,” said Mohamed Lachemi, president and vice-chancellor of TMU, in a statement. “We will work with our partners in the Lincoln Alexander School of Law and our broader community to make sure the space is as innovative and inspirational as the law school that will call it home.”

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