Nathan Strauss Q.C. Graduate Fellowship in Canadian Constitutional Law
University of Toronto (UofT) - Faculty of Law
The Nathan Strauss Q.C. Graduate Fellowship in Canadian Constitutional Law is awarded annually to a student enrolled in the LL.M. or S.J.D. program who: (1) has demonstrated academic excellence; (2) shows promise of completing his/her degree; and (3) Is producing a thesis on the subject of Canadian Constitutional Law, focusing on any past, present or contemplated issue of significance to Canadian society. The Fellowship was established by Lilly Offenbach Strauss to honor the memory of her late husband, Nathan Strauss, who was a Life Bencher of the Law Society of Upper Canada, and someone oft admired for his exemplary professional conduct, wise counsel and uncompromising insistence on integrity and fairness in legal practice. The Fellowship consists of annual income from an endowment fund established by Mrs. Strauss and matched by the University of Toronto.