The University of Toronto’s Accessibility Services provides a wide variety of services for U of T Students with disabilities. All students with existing disabilities should register with Accessibility Services:

The services Accessibility Services can provide include:

  • Learning Disability assessments
  • Adaptive technology assessments
  • Adaptive equipment
  • Learning strategy support
  • Test and examination accommodations
  • Note taking services
  • Sign language interpreters; computer note taking
  • Advice and information on disability issues
  • Liaison to University and off-campus agencies
  • Campus transportation (St. George campus only)

The law school is committed to supporting our students with disabilities. We can work closely with Accessibility Services to ensure the needs of students are met in a way that allows them to pursue academic interests and goals while fully participating in the U of T law community.

The law school also administers an Academic Accommodations process to support students who are experiencing a temporary illness or disability or an extraordinary personal circumstance and are not otherwise registered with Accessibility Services.

If you experience an ongoing, documented illness or disability, you must register with Accessibility Services to receive academic accommodations. Please contact the Graduate Program Coordinator, Barbara Langlois ( if you need help or have questions about registering with Accessibility Services.

If you require an Academic Accommodation due to a temporary illness or disability, or an extraordinary personal circumstance (e.g. death in the family), you must request the accommodation through the law school. For more information or support with applying for an academic accommodation, please contact our Graduate Program Coordinator, Barbara Langlois at