The Law and Politics Club is a community for U of T Law students interested in government and politics, both domestic and international. The club's mandate has a professional and a social component:

1. For students who are interested in a career in government or politics, we aim to bring in high-profile speakers to provide advice, guidance, and mentorship.  This is intended to supplement regular CDO events, which typically focus on careers within the legal profession.

2. For students with a general interest in politics and current events, the club provides a community for open discussion and debate.  U of T law students are a bright, diverse group of individuals, and we can all benefit from hearing a different perspective on politics.

Along with mixers, debates, and socials, the LPC will host Speaker's Lunches. In recognition of the value of mentors and role models, we hope to introduce our members to individuals who have pursued successful, rewarding, and unconventional careers in government and politics.

For further details, contact Eleanor Vaughan ( or David Marshall ( or