How to Apply
Your Application Package
You must complete your application for admission to Law School on-line at the OLSAS (Ontario Law School Application Service) website. All documents must be submitted to OLSAS directly, not to the law school.
The Deadline: The deadline to apply for the next fall session is November 1st. Late applications will be not accepted.
In order for the application to be considered complete, OLSAS must have received all of the following components:
- Completed on-line application form which includes:
- Personal Statement
- Autobiographical Sketch with verifiers
- Required Personal Information (date of birth, etc.)
- LSAT Reports (English program only)
- Letters of Reference (two letters are required)
- Official Transcripts for All Post-Secondary Studies
Persons of indigenous ancestry, First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples may apply as either general or Aboriginal applicants. If students are applying in the Aboriginal category, they must also provide an up-to-date curriculum vitae to OLSAS.
Writing Your Personal StatementThe Personal Statement each candidate must prepare is a critical part of the application and should be thought of as an interview with the Admissions Committee. Read more...
Transcripts for all your post-secondary education must be submitted to OLSAS.Read more...
Obtaining Letters of ReferenceIt is important that you carefully choose the persons who will write your letters. Read more...
Writing the LSATThe Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is required for all persons applying to first year, without exception. Read more...
All applications for admission are to be completed on-line at the OLSAS (Ontario Law School Application Service) website. Paper application kits may be obtained, for an additional fee, from the OLSAS website or at the address indicated below.
170 Research Lane
Tel: (519) 823-1940, ext. 580