The Faculty of Law recognizes the reciprocal relationship between mental and physical health, over-all wellbeing and academic success. As such, the law school is committed to supporting students to develop the skills to enhance wellbeing and cope with challenges, as well as access formal (medical and counselling services) and informal supports (self-care strategies, peer support) necessary to promote optimal physical and mental health.

Below links and more information will shortly be added for wellness resources available at the law school, the university and the broader community. For more information or to speak with someone in person about these services please contact the Graduate Program team at  and copy the Assistant Dean, Graduate Programs, Emily Orchard at or 416-978-6702.

Accessibility Services / Accommodations

The law school is committed to supporting students with disabilities, both temporary and on-going. See what services and supports are available.


Counselling & Support Services

The law school, University, and larger community offer a wide range of counselling support services to assist and support law students.


Health & Medical Services

Learn more about the services and resources available to support the physical health and medical needs of students at the University.


 Other Wellness Resources

Links to other resources to promote health & well-being at the University and in Toronto area.

 Self-Assessment Tools

A range of helpful assessment tools to figure out how you are doing and when to seek help.

Tips for Staying Well At Law School

Explore some tips and resources for maximizing your academic and personal well-being.