3:00 PM15:00

UK Law School Info Session with Canada Law from Abroad

Join us for an info session on studying law in the UK with Canada Law from Abroad!

This session will include a presentation covering everything you need to know about studying Law in the UK and becoming accredited in Canada, as well as the opportunity to mingle and speak with Law professors from our partner universities.  

Location: OISE (OI2214), 252 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1V6 Date: Monday February 29 2016 Time: 3:00-5:00pm EST

If you are interested in joining us for this event, sign up on our website:


Phone: + 1 (905) 336-6913


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9:00 AM09:00

Global Awakening: Indigenous Rights in Canada and the World

Join the University of Toronto Pre-Law Society and United Nations Society for our inaugural academic conference Global Awakening: Indigenous Rights in Canada and the World on March 21, 2015, in partnership with the Hart House Social Justice Committee and Dalla Lana School of Public Health's Institute for Indigenous Health.

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2:00 PM14:00

Diversity in Law

Do you wonder about the impact or positive change you can have on the law? Do you ever wonder about the student groups that you can join during law school?
By bringing different legal actors and student groups from UofT Law like Out in Law, etc. we aim to celebrate the challenges that many people have overcome in the field of law. 
The event will consist of a panel of representatives from diverse student associations affiliated with U of T's Faculty of Law.The panel will focus on informing students about involvement in Law School. 
It will also aim to introduce groups that aspire to identify and work towards the removal of systematic and other barriers facing marginalized groups in relation to law school and the legal profession.

Tentative List of Speakers:
- Shawn Richard, Director of Continuing Legal education at the Canadian Association of Black Lawyers
- Andrew P. Wang, Co-President of Out in Law at the UofT Faculty of Law
- Professor Miedema from Trinity College (after 3pm) speaking about Gender and Mental Health issues in law
- Brian Lynch a 2L at UofT Law, Treasurer of the Black Law Students' Association of Canada
Free pizza and drinks will also be provided!

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