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Study Law in Canada: Application Information Session
Join us for an interactive discussion about the benefits and process of applying to law school in Canada. You'll get the inside scoop on the admissions process from two of Canada's leading law schools, McGill University and the University of Toronto.
This session will include:
- Opening remarks from the Canadian Consulate General (Consul, Jean-Philippe Linteau)
- Overview of the Canadian legal education system
- Application process and overview of both institutions
- Financial aid considerations and employment opportunities
* This session is being hosted jointly by the Office of Admissions at McGill University and the U of T Faculty of Law.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
If you require any information you may contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 416-978-0210.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes. As space may be limited please bring a copy of your registration for this event with you.
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
Yes. That is fine, but if you are bringing a guest please also have them register for the event as space is very limited.
When & Where
University of Toronto Faculty of Law
U of T Faculty of Law enjoys the reputation of being one of the best in the world and Canada's premier law school.
The excellence and diversity of our faculty and students, and an innovative curriculum allows for a rich, engaging and inclusive learning environment. With the choice of many areas of focus, students develop their professional competencies at vast array of experiential learning opportunities outside of the classroom, such as clinics and externships.
Our graduates are top students that attract top employers, and go on to successful careers that span the legal, financial, and private sectors, to social justice, advocacy, education, government and public service.
We seek exceptional candidates who bring a broad and complex set of life experiences to the study of law.