Welcome to the Lincoln Alexander Law Students' Society (the "LALSS") web site at the Lincoln Alexander School of Lw at Toronto Metropolitan University.
The LALSS works collaboratively with students, faculty, and administration to promote student life and well being, support the formation of student organizations and foster the development of extracurricular activities and events with the goal of ensuring that all students have the opportunity to have a rewarding law school experience.
This site contains links to news, events, resources and groups that we hope will support you on your law school journey.
If there is anything you would like to see that is not represented here, please reach out to any member of the LALSS Executive.
Whats New @ Linc
Meet Our Student Organizations
The Lincoln Alexander School of Law is home to more than 40 Student Organizations.
Find out more about who they are and how to get involved.
Visit Our Events Calendar
Visit our Event Calendar to find out about upcoming events and activities at the Lincoln Alexander School of Law.
Student Organization Hub
The Student Organization Hub is a Resource Portal to assist LALSS Student Organizations with managing their day to day activities.
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We can never work to end systematic and institutional violence if we do not centre the narratives of Indigenous peoples in our collective decision making for social justice and equity. As settlers in Turtle Island, we directly benefit from the colonization and genocide of the Indigenous people of this land. In order to engage in resistance and solidarity against the injustices inflicted on the Indigenous people it is imperative we constantly engage in acts of decolonization.
Toronto Metropolitan University is in the “Dish with One Spoon Territory.” The Dish with One Spoon is a treaty between the Anishinaabe, Mississaugas and Haudenosaunee that bound them to share the territory and protect the land. Subsequent Indigenous Nations and peoples, settlers and all newcomers, have been invited into this treaty created in the spirit of peace, friendship and respect.