The U of T Law Union (UTLU) is a student chapter of the Law Union of Ontario, and is committed to progressive social change, engaging with all members of the law school community, and seeking to counter the traditional protections afforded by the legal system to social, political and economic privilege. 

  • We engage in activism on campus relevant to law students and the student body in general, such as advocating for lower tuition and better mental health supports for students
  • We engage in community activism, such as advocating against police violence in Ontario and supporting Indigenous communities from Ecuador seeking justice against Canadian corporations 
  • We organize trips to progressive legal conferences, such as the Rebellious Lawyering Conference at Yale University's law school

For more information on UTLU or to join our e-mail list, please send a message to utlawunion@gmail.com

For general information about the Law Union of Ontario, please visit www.lawunion.ca.