Student organizations are created and run by law students at Lincoln Alexander School of Law with the support and approval of the LALSS.

Student Associations are equity-seeking groups that represent and advocate for students with distinct identities at Lincoln Alexander Law.
Clubs are organizations that represent a particular area of legal practice, interest or community service.

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Student Organizations

Student Organizations are at the heart of the LALSS.

Student organizations are created and run by law students at Lincoln Alexander Law with the approval of the LALSS. This directory contains a list of all active and approved student organizations to date. 

The LALSS sets out a distinction between an "Association" and all other forms of organizations. Student Associations are equity-seeking groups that represent and advocate for students with distinct identities at Lincoln Alexander Law, while every other type of organization is designated as a "Club".

Black Law Students’ Association Lincoln
Founded in 2020, the Black Law Students’ Association (BLSA) at the Lincoln Alexander School of Law is committed to improving access to legal education and professional opportunities in the Black community. We aim to connect, inform and support Black students at the Lincoln Alexander School of Law through the powers of community, inclusivity, and opportunity. Our goal is to create
Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers – Lincoln Alexander Chapter
The Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers, Lincoln Alexander Chapter (CARL LA) is a student chapter of CARL National. CARL serves as an informed national voice on refugee law and the human rights of refugees and forced migrants, and promotes consistent practices in the treatment of refugees in Canada. CARL LA participates in this work through independently organized events and initiatives,
Criminal Law Student Society
The Criminal Law Student Society welcomes all students interested in learning more about criminal law and practice. We focus on providing course support to 1L students in JUR 106, hosting engaging events to network with criminal practitioners and campus events for student engagement. This year, we also offer alumni relations support for those looking to connect with articling students working
Family Law Students Society
The Family Law Student’s Society is a vibrant and inclusive student organization dedicated to the study, practice, and advancement of family law. Committed to fostering a supportive community and nurturing future family law professionals, our club provides law students with a platform to explore, discuss, and engage with the multifaceted world of family law. Whether you’re passionate about advocating for
Labour & Employment Society
LELS brings together LASL students with an interest in labour and employment law. We organize events such as firm tours, professional panels, moots and networking events to connect students with leading practitioners.  We seek to broaden students’ understanding of the labour and employment law landscape and fuel their passion for social justice, litigation and advocacy. Our social media channels will
Lincoln Alexander Advocacy Society
The Lincoln Alexander Advocacy Society (LAAS) is a student-led organization focused on supplementing LASL’s advocacy program by sharing information and supporting opportunities related to mooting and lawyering skills. We believe that anyone and everyone at LASL should be able to learn about mooting, negotiating, and other lawyering skills in both competitive and non-competitive settings. LAAS works with SEE, LALSS and
Lincoln Alexander International Law Society
Our purpose is to facilitate a community for students at the Lincoln Alexander School of Law who could be interested in pursuing a career in international law or have an interest in topics within the field. The LAILS will be founded on 3 main pillars: to advocate, to inform, and to discuss.
Lincoln Alexander Law Students’ Society
Lincoln Alexander Property Law Society
The Property Law Society offers a safe and collaborative space for students to develop interests related to all aspects of property law; including but not limited to wills & estates, real property, trademarks, copyright law, patents, social media law, entertainment law, etc! We provide opportunities for professional development, as well as personal development — so you can carve your own
Lincoln Alexander School of Law Christian Legal Fellowship
We are a non-denominational Christian association that exists to support and encourage the Lincoln Alexander Law School community through fellowship, discussions, social gatherings, and community service. Everyone is welcome as we explore, faith, life, and the law together. We are a student chapter of Christian Legal Fellowship, a national association of over 700 lawyers, law students, and jurists, with student
Lincoln Alexander South Asian Law Students’ Association
To be a stronghold for South Asian representation at the Lincoln Alexander School of Law at Ryerson University (Lincoln Law), and to create a safe space for South Asian law students to network and grow.
Lincoln Alexander Sports and Entertainment Law Society
The Lincoln Sports & Entertainment Law Society has a dual mission that sets us apart in our field. Firstly, our goal is to unite students who share a strong passion for sports and entertainment law with industry leaders and our vibrant local community. Secondly, we are committed to enhancing the industry as a whole through a combination of thought-provoking events,
Muslim Law Students’ Association
The Lincoln Alexander MLSA aims to be a source of encouragement for Muslim law students to become well-integrated and participating members of society without undermining their religious identities. We promote a sense of community among Muslim students and between Muslim and non-Muslim students at Lincoln Alexander Law, while promoting social justice within and beyond our school.
Womxn’s Legal Education Association
To build a community of women-identifying law students with an objective to analyze the various ways in which the law impacts women in society along with the unique challenge’s women encounter in the legal profession. Through professional networking opportunities, peer mentorship, advocacy campaigns, community initiatives, and events attended by notable guest speakers, WLEA will use education as a tool to