Students in front of the atrium fireplace

Students manage a remarkable range of organizations and activities at the Faculty of Law. Students also benefit from numerous services provided by the Faculty and by the University.

Student Services and Support

At the Faculty of Law students are at the hub of a vibrant community, both within the law school itself as well as within the broader university environment and the city of Toronto. There are a rich array of services, activities, and resources available to law students as members of these communities, and an equally rich variety of opportunities to contribute as community members.

 Explore some of the resources and opportunities available through the links below.

Meet Your Student Services Team

The Student Services Team help guide the JD students through their legal education from orientation to graduation.

Career Development

The Career Development Office offers a wide array of services to support students and graduates in pursing career goals.

Academic Support

The Faculty of Law offers a range of programs and services to support students academic development.

Student Life

Learn more about the ways in which the Faculty of Law supports students to achieve the most in all aspects of the lives while at law school.

Health and Wellness

The law school recognizes the relationship between well-being and academic and professional achievement. Learn more about health and wellness supports and services.


Aboriginal Law Program

The ALP offers mentorship opportunities and support for Aboriginal students at the Faculty of Law.


 Student Organizations

Student Clubs and Events

A vast array of events and clubs animate student life at the law school. Find out more about these activities here.


Students’ Law Society

Elected by students, the SLS represent the interests and welfare of the JD student body in relation to administration and social life at the law school.

Graduate Law Students’ Association

The GLSA represents all students enrolled in the Graduate Programme at the Faculty of Law. It assists graduate students in their dealings with the Faculty and to ensure representation in matters that affect them.



The Moot Court Committee is a student-run organization responsible for the law school’s extensive mooting program. The program offers students opportunities to practice and improve their oral advocacy skills.

Student Journals

The Faculty of Law is the home of four academic journals managed and edited by students 

Student Participation in University and Faculty of Law Governance

Learn more about the many opportunities for student involvement in governance at the University and Faculty of Law.