What kind of lawyer do you want to be? With photo of board meeting

What kind of lawyer do you want to be?

This is such a common question, often without a clear answer. We know that it can be challenging for law students to identify what they want to do, and then develop a clear path towards their goal. Exploring your interests is a critical step in this process. This resource is designed to give you a road map of possible ways to explore areas of interest, both inside and outside of the classroom. We have tried to identify a broad selection of specialty doctrinal courses, clinical and experiential opportunities, clubs, journals, and community groups and networking opportunities in each area.

 Aboriginal & Indigenous

Aboriginal & Indigenous

 Civil Litigation & ADR

Civil Litigation & ADR

 Corporate

Corporate

Criminal

Criminal 

 Family

Family

 Health

Health

 Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property

 Labour & Employment

Labour & Employment

 

 Public Interest, Human Rights & Public Sector

Public Interest, Human Rights & Public Sector

 Tax

Tax