Supporting the Lincoln Alexander School of Law
The Lincoln Alexander School of Law was founded in the confidence that this institution’s innovative approach to learning would be valuable for the study of law, and that Canada needs a new kind of lawyer: driven to expand the reach of justice; embracing a nimble and entrepreneurial mindset; and with the technological skills to meet evolving social challenges and serve unmet legal need. Since first opening our doors to students in 2020, many generous individuals, corporations and foundations have joined with us to support the realization of this vision.
Our donors create opportunities through their generosity. They fund awards and scholarships that increase access and reward excellence. They advance ground-breaking research and advocacy initiatives in key areas including Racial Justice, Indigenous Law, and Law and Technology. And they strengthen the student experience through mentorship, professional development, health & wellness programming, mooting competitions and more.
How can I make an impact?
Awards and Scholarships
Establish and support scholarships and awards to increase access to legal education for students from underrepresented groups. Awards and scholarships provide necessary funding and the kind of encouragement that leads to success.
Mentoring and Coaching
Strengthen the student experience with increased access to academic and career success supports such as mentorship, professional development, health & wellness programming, mooting competitions and more.
Advance ground-breaking research, knowledge mobilization and advocacy initiatives in key areas including Racial Justice, Indigenous Law, and Law and Technology.
Integrated Practice Curriculum
Help support our innovative JD program, where we've embedded professional skills training and real world experience so that our graduates don’t have to article to become licensed lawyers. Our Integrated Practice Curriculum melds theory and practice at every turn - including a co-teaching model that pairs professors with practitioners, a focus on current and emerging technologies, mentorship opportunities, clinical and experiential learning, and professional placements that go beyond traditional legal contexts.
How can I give?
Giving to Lincoln Alexander Law is simple. You can make a gift online or by cheque mailed to the address below. A tax receipt will follow.
100% of your donation will be directed to your choice of giving option -- whether you direct your gift to student scholarships and awards or to programming and operational activities. Both are critically important to our success.
Gifts in Action
Thank you to our supporters!
We are honoured to collaborate with the following individuals and organizations to drive the success of the school and ensure our students have access to rigorous and cutting-edge legal education.
The Belbeck-Fukakusa Family Foundation
Ed and Fran Sonshine
The Larry and Judy Tanenbaum Family Foundation
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
The John C. and Sally Horsfall Eaton Foundation
Gardiner Roberts LLP
Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP
Richard & Donna Ivey
The Law Foundation of Ontario
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Andrew & Valerie Pringle
Babin Bessner Spry LLP
Bennett Jones LLP
The BlackNorth Initiative
Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP
Donette Chin-Loy Chang
Daoust Vukovich LLP
De Francesca Law
Tanya De Mello
Mitch, Leslie, Joshua & Jordan Frazer
Greenspan Humphrey Weinstein LLP
Brandeis Denham Jolly
Nadir & Shabin Mohamed
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
Dr. Anver Saloojee
Ms. Ala’a Adib and Mrs. Halima Saad
Aird & Berlis LLP
Bereskin & Parr LLP
Black Law Students' Association
Family of Brenna Brown
Canadian Association of Black Lawyers
The Criminal Lawyers Association
Jordana H. Goldlist
KingSett Capital Inc.
Koskie Minsky LLP
Sung Lai Kwan
Lax O'Sullivan Lisus Gottlieb LLP
Lenczner Slaght LLP
Lenkinski, Carr & Richard LLP
Lexis-Nexis Canada Inc.
Deborah Jie Le Lim
Mathews Dinsdale & Clark LLP
Polley Faith LLP
Carol Rak & Michael Harris
Ronald D. Schmeichel
Leora R. Shemesh
Stikeman Elliott LLP
Wildeboer Dellelce LLP
Peter Wilson & Janet Vickers Wilson