May 21, 2021
We are proud to announce that chair of Torys’ Pensions and Employment practice Mitch Frazer will receive an honorary doctorate from Ryerson University.
An honorary doctorate is the university’s highest award and a well-deserved recognition of Mitch’s numerous contributions to the university over the years including being the immediate past chair of the Ryerson Board of Governors, founding Ryerson’s National Institute on Ageing and being appointed senior advisor to the dean of the Ted Rogers School of Management.
In April of this year, Mitch also received Ryerson’s G. Raymond Chang Outstanding Volunteer Award for his tireless devotion to supporting Ryerson and its students.
Mitch will receive a Doctor of Laws, Honoris Causa at a virtual ceremony on June 21.