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The Lincoln Alexander School of Law is built around the pillars of community and increased access to opportunities. Our mentorship programs are designed to support students through their law school journey by providing them with access to a community of mentors to help guide their law career.

Peer to Peer Mentorship for 1L Students 

Toronto Metropolitan University’s Tri-Mentoring Program offers peer to peer mentorship, providing peer matches with current second year students at the law school. Whether students need advice on exam writing skills, what extracurricular activities to get involved in, or just wish to have a conversation, the peer to peer mentorship program is available. Students interested in the peer to peer mentorship program, as a mentee or mentor, are encouraged to sign up for the Tri-Mentoring Program (external link, opens in new window) 

Mentorship in the Field 

This program aims to assist our law students in all aspects of their law school journey and beyond. Students will be provided with opportunities to connect and network with lawyers who can provide confidential guidance, support, and a window into life after law school. To sign up to become a mentor, please complete and submit the Mentorship in the Field Application Form (external link) .

Crown Law Office - Criminal (CLOC) and the Lincoln Alexander School of Law Mentoring and Inclusion Program

The CLOC mentorship program provides students with direct access to one of Canada’s premier criminal law offices. Mentors provide students with an introduction to all aspects of criminal practice, from arguing appeals in the Court of Appeal for Ontario and the Supreme Court of Canada, to advice on conducting jury trials. 

PPSC Mentorship Program

The Public Prosecution Service of Canada (PPSC) mentorship program provides students with the opportunity to connect with prosecutors in the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice and become familiar with criminal procedure and the daily practice of criminal law.