Numbering over 6,000, you and your fellow classmates are a remarkable group.  You are leading members of the bar and bench.  You are influential in private practice, government and the academy.  You are activists and advocates in the not-for-profit sector.  You are prominent members of the business and labour communities.

There are a number of links in these pages that will lead you to the accomplishments and activities of your fellow classmates:

  • Arbor Awards: The University's Arbor Awards recognize outstanding personal service to the University.
  • Distinguished Alumnus Award: The Faculty's Distinguished Alumnus Award recognizes outstanding contributions to the law school.

Alumni Profiles

  • JD/MBA Alumni Profiles: What can you do with a JD/MBA? Seven alumni let us know.
  • JD/MSW Alumni Profiles: Seven alumni describe where a JD/MSW degree has let them.
  • Decade Dozen: From the Fall/Winter 2010 issue of Nexus, profiles of a dozen rising alumni who graduated 10-20 years ago.
  • Trailblazers: In conjunction with International Women's Day on March 8th, 2006, the U of T Faculty of Law unveiled a permanent photo exhibit celebrating 19 remarkable women graduates who are trailblazers in the legal profession.
Madam Justice Rosalie Silberman Abella

"My time at the University of Toronto law school flew by, but the wonderful memories didn't. It's the place where we learned that law was even more fascinating than we had hoped, and that working at it was even more exhilarating than we had expected, all enhanced by the incredible generosity of teachers and colleagues. And it's been like that ever since - the fascination, exhilaration and generosity have never stopped. The three years at law school were all we needed to be propelled, enthusiastically, into the profession. It was magic."

Madam Justice Rosalie Silberman Abella ('70), 
Supreme Court of Canada