Our JD admissions process is designed to identify exceptional students who will bring a broad and complex set of life experiences to the study of law. We strive to build a diverse and unique community of students who will forge lifelong friendships as they learn with and from each other.

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We use three sources of information to assess your application: 

  • your Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) results,
  • your post-secondary records of academic achievement, and
  • your personal essays.  

The review process is holistic, which means that we look at all of these factors together.  Students tell us they are surprised at how much emphasis we place on the personal essays.  We rely on the essays for information that cannot be conveyed by numbers. Multiple readers assess each file to get a full sense of the unique strengths each applicant will bring to the first year class.

Our holistic admissions approach also means that if your undergraduate record (and graduate, if applicable) and LSAT score (or scores) are below our medians, you should still consider applying. Every year we accept candidates with scores that may appear to be less competitive but whose applications considered as a whole merit admission.

There are separate admissions categories for mature students and Aboriginal applicants

Find Out More About Our Program

Please explore our website, including our JD admissions policies, information about our curriculum, our faculty, our varied combined programs opportunities, our financial aid options, and student life.  While we do not offer evaluative interviews, we are happy to meet with anyone who wishes to visit the law school to answer general questions about the admissions process. Contact us for additional information. 

Detailed Admissions Information

Note: These admission policies and procedures apply to both domestic (Canadian citizens and permanent residents) and international applicants.

See Yourself Here

See Yourself Here is an annual open house that provides students from diverse backgrounds with a chance to learn about the law school admission process and the legal profession. Participants attend inspirational speaker sessions, educational workshops, and a networking reception with law students, alumni and members of the legal community.