Osgoode’s Access to Law and Learning (ALL) is a free course to help high-potential, low income students prepare for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT).
As an ALL participant you will:
- Receive comprehensive LSAT training from an experienced instructor
- Access all study materials, including practice LSAT tests
- Obtain ongoing online support
- Gain insight into law school, the legal profession and admissions and financial aid through a series of guest panels
- The program will run from Tuesday May 31, 2022 until Thursday August 18, 2022.
- Classes take place 6:00pm – 9:00pm on Tuesday evenings and 6:00pm – 8:00pm on Thursday evenings
- This year, the program will be delivered remotely. All program participants will require an internet-accessible device with microphone and camera for the duration of the program.
- To participate in the program, you must sign up for a LSAC account and apply for a LSAT Fee Waiver. This is required to receive access to the LSAC Law Hub and prep materials that the instructor will be using to teach the course. Further details are below.
To be eligible, you must:
- Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, protected person or convention refugee;
- Be in your third or fourth year of undergraduate study in a program leading to a degree, or have recently graduated with a university degree;
- Intend to write the LSAT between now and January 2023 and apply to law school for September 2023 or 2024 entry;
- Have a cumulative post-secondary average of 77 [B+] or higher;
- Be from a low-income family as evidenced by a Canada Revenue Agency notices of assessment (for self and parents/guardian/spouse etc.). See Table 1 of the Federal Income Scales (Quebec | rest of Canada) to determine if your family is low income
- Sign up for a LSAC account and apply for an LSAC Fee Waiver for Canada.
Please note: Special consideration will be given to students who have completed the LAWS program
- If you have not already done so, sign up for a LSAC Account.
- Apply for a LSAC Fee Waiver for Canada.
- Complete the ALL application form, including submitting all required documentation
- Advise Vicky Faclaris, email@example.com as soon as you have the results of your LSAC Fee Waiver application.
- The application deadline for 2022 has passed. Please check this page for the 2023 deadline.
- Results of the LSAC waiver must be provided no later than Friday, April 22, 2022.
*Please note that fee waiver application process may take several weeks so we strongly encourage you to submit that application ASAP.
Contact Vicky Faclaris, Recruitment and Admissions Coordinator, if you have any questions or would like further information about the program.
Click here to read about two students who have successful completed ALL and gone on to attend Osgoode.
Osgoode is grateful to Borden Ladner Gervais LLP for its generous support of ALL.