Choosing a Law School
Official Guide to Canadian LSAC–Member Law Schools
The links below offer a concise description of each school, with information about admission requirements, special programs, financial aid, and more. Each page also includes a link to the school's website. Some of the schools include an admission profile grid to illustrate the credentials of previously admitted applicants.
- University of Alberta Faculty of Law
- University of British Columbia Faculty of Law
- University of Calgary Faculty of Law
- Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law
- University of Manitoba Faculty of Law
- McGill University Faculty of Law
- Faculté de droit de l'Université McGill
- University of New Brunswick Faculty of Law
- Osgoode Hall Law School, York University
- University of Ottawa Faculty of Law
- Université d'Ottawa Faculté de droit
- Queen's University Faculty of Law
- University of Saskatchewan College of Law
- University of Toronto Faculty of Law
- University of Victoria Faculty of Law
- Western University, Canada
- University of Windsor Faculty of Law
- Important Information for Applicants to Ontario Law Schools
- Key Facts About Canadian Common-Law Law Schools
- Geographic Guide to Canadian Law Schools
All Canadian LSAC-member law schools require that you take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) as part of the admission process.
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