photo credit Taha Muharuma

JD Student in library

UofT Law appreciates your interest in our JD program

We welcome the opportunity to reach out and visit a variety of audiences including:

  • undergraduate student societies and associations
  • university career counsellors
  • academic advisors
  • community/cultural service agencies and assocations
  • legal assocations

Session Features
We look forward to delivering in-person presentations, at which our representative(s) will typically spend an hour providing a comprehensive look at our JD admissions, which may include:
  • an overview of the UofT JD program, student experience and becoming a lawyer
  • academic and non-academic admission requirements
  • the selection process
  • financing your education 
  • the application process and timeline
Due to educational commitments, current JD students will likely be available only at admission events hosted by UofT Law.

Hosting Recommendations
For a richer delivery of information, and to aid with questions and answers, it is extremely helpful to show where the information resources and details are online. It is ideal if hosts are able to arrange for:
  • a computer with high-speed access to the internet preferably, and/or powerpoint
  • a projector and screen
  • a microphone/speakers, if appropriate for the size of room

To request a visit, please complete the form below. For the visit date and time, provide your preference and an alternate.



How many people are expected to attend?

Please elaborate on the host's ability to provide a/v support, internet access, etc.

Privacy of Collected Data:
The University of Toronto respects your privacy. Personal information that you provide to the University is collected pursuant to section 2(14) of the University of Toronto Act, 1971. It is collected for the purpose of administering admissions, registration, academic programs, university-related student activities, activities of student societies, safety, financial assistance and awards, graduation and university advancement, and reporting to government. The University is also required to report student-level enrolment-related data to the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities as a condition of its receipt of operating grant funding. The Ministry collects this enrolment data, which includes limited personal information such as Ontario Education Numbers, student characteristics and educational outcomes, in order to administer government postsecondary funding, policies and programs, including planning, evaluation and monitoring activities. At all times it will be protected in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. If you have questions, please refer to or contact the University Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Coordinator at McMurrich Building, room 104, 12 Queen's Park Crescent West, Toronto, ON, M5S 1A8.