Alexis Archbold, Assistant Dean, J.D. Program.
Room: Flavelle 343
Alexis oversees Admissions, Financial Aid, the Career Development Office, academic support programs, health and wellness activities, student accommodations, the Aboriginal Law Program, and most student activities such as OWeek, student clubs and the SLS. Alexis also oversees the law school’s in-house public interest programs: Downtown Legal Services (DLS), Law in Action Within Schools (LAWS), the Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights, the International Human Rights Program (IHRP), and Pro Bono Students Canada (PBSC).
Sara Faherty, Assistant Dean Office of the Associate Dean
Room: Flavelle 339
Sara handles curricular and academic matters. She oversees the Records Office, combined degree and certificate programs, the mooting program, academic appeals, externships, and the journals.
Counselling and Wellness
Yukimi Henry, Manager, Academic/Personal Counselling and Wellness
Room: Flavelle 210
Yukimi provides both individual counselling and support to students, as well as facilitating a range of wellness initiatives and programs at the law school. She supports students in understanding and navigating the academic accommodations process. She provides coaching on issues relating to stress, career goals, and academic performance. And she supports students with a broad scope of individual mental health needs. She also promotes overall wellness through a variety of wider initiatives addressing health and well-being.
Sara-Marni Hubbard, Student Programs Coordinator
Room: Jackman P325
Sara-Marni is your go-to person for all things co-curricular and extra-curricular at the law school. She advises student clubs and government, co-chairs the health and wellness committee, organizes student events such as O-week, See Yourself Here, doggie days, etc. She also coordinates the student exchange program and serves as a liaison between the Faculty of Law and Accessibility Services.
Amanda Carling, Manager, Indigenous Initiatives
Room: Jackman P327
Amanda provides support to Indigenous law students, including counselling on career, academic, financial aid, and personal matters. Amanda also develops academic, experiential and cultural programming for any students interested in Aboriginal law.
Career Development Office
Jordana Laporte, Director, Career Development Office (Interim)
Room: Jackman P302
Jordana meets with students on all aspects of career counselling, including reviewing application materials, providing advice on applying to various legal markets and conducting mock interviews. Along with the Career Development Office team, she facilitates career-oriented programs and events throughout the year. As a member of the Clerkship Committee, students can also meet with Jordana for advice on pursuing a clerkship after graduation.
Kim Snell, Career Development Counsellor (Interim)
Room: Jackman P304
Kim meets with students on all aspects of career counselling, including reviewing application materials, providing advice on applying to various legal markets and conducting mock interviews.
Ann Vuletin, Recruitment Coordinator, Career Development Office
Room: Jackman P314
Ann is the central point of contact for the Career Development Office. She coordinates student career recruitment events, including on-campus interviews, clerkship applications for the Supreme Court of Canada and the Ontario Court of Appeal as well as Faculty hiring. Ann also organizes CDO programming and communicates key career related information to students.
Admissions and Financial Aid
|Aladdin Mohaghegh, Senior Financial Aid Advisor|
Room: Jackman P306
Aladdin provides personal counselling to current and prospective JD students on all aspects of financial aid from their first year to post-graduation. He manages the JD Financial Aid Program and the Post-Graduation Debt Relief Program, including the administration of scholarships and awards, bursaries, professional student loan programs and emergency loans.
Jerome Poon-Ting, Senior Recruitment, Admissions & Diversity Outreach Officer
Room: Jackman P308
Jerome conducts outreach and communication to prospective students and applicants, while overseeing the day-to-day operation of the admission process. Current JD students seek to volunteer with Jerome as Student Ambassadors, tour guides, and special event crew, to share their insights on being law students at UofT and living in Toronto.
Rejeanne Puran, Admissions and Financial Aid Coordinator
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Room: Jackman P316
Rejeanne assists and advises students with their financial aid, including law school, government and external funding. Rejeanne also provides advice to those seeking admission to U of T’s JD program through consultations and information sessions.
Kate Garner, Acting Assistant Registrar
Room: Jackman P310
As the Assistant Registrar, Kate can be found in the Records Office and is the primary contact for administrative academic matters. Students can drop by or contact the Records Office with any questions relating to course enrollment, assignment submissions, exams, grades, eLegal, ACORN/ROSI, Faculty of Law prizes & awards, JD combined programs, and to check on their degree progress. If we can’t help you then we can definitely connect you with someone who can!
Vannessa Sears, Records and Admissions Coordinator
Room: Jackman P310
Vannessa splits her time between the Admissions & Financial Aid Office and the Records Office. Students can drop by or contact the Admissions Office for any information and guidance about law school admissions. For academic matters, students can drop by or contact the Records Office with any questions relating to course enrollment, assignment submissions, exams, grades, eLegal, ACORN/ROSI, Faculty of Law prizes & awards, JD combined programs, and to check on their degree progress.