The Faculty of Law is committed to developing an ongoing relationship with its former students after graduation. We provide a variety of services to help alumni stay in touch with classmates and remain involved with the law school.

First and foremost, we encourage alumni to contact us, not only with changes of address and questions, but also with news of their lives and careers. We publish Class Notes in Nexus, the law school's alumni magazine.

Recent graduates can also benefit from specialized career counselling provided by the Career Development Office. Alumni can also convert their LLB designation to a JD designation.

The law school keeps alumni up-to-date with the activities of their classmates and events, developments and scholarship at the school through the monthly email newsletter "Law School News", as well as the biannual magazine Nexus. Contact nexus.magazine@utoronto.ca if you would like to be added as a recipient of one of these publications.

University of Toronto services

The University of Toronto offers many services to its alumni, including:

  • Events, workshops and lectures in the GTA and around the world
  • Ten Thousand Coffees - the digital tool that links U of T students and recent grads with alumni over coffee
  • Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCS): In partnership with both Coursera and EdX, U of T offers free massive online open courses on a variety of topics
  • Preferred-rate financial products and retail discounts  
  • Alumni Travel Program
  • Access to U of T facilities, such as U of T Libraries, Hart House and the Athletic Centres across all three campuses 
  • Transcripts orders
  • Various volunteer opportunities, from mentoring to serving on Governing Council

Find out more about these services and opportunities: