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Students doing a group project in class

Peer tutors and group assistants

While improving their own teaching and learning skills in a peer-to-peer format, Peer Tutors and Group Assistants lead tutorial sessions, answer questions, and explain concepts in connection with a specific course. Find out more.

A law student in conversation with a group of highschoolers.

L.E.X. outreach program

Each year, law student volunteers meet with Montreal-area youth to foster curiosity about the law and an understanding of its everyday relevance; and demystify post-secondary and legal education. Find out more.

Three students walking down the steps of the Gelber Law Library.

Student ambassadors

The Student Ambassador Program connects admitted and prospective candidates with current law students, who are uniquely placed to tell applicants about the advantages of studying law at McGill. Each fall, we invite students to sign up for the program. Find out more.

Two past participants of the mentorship program

Mentorship program

The mentorship program pairs students with Law alumni working in a wide range of practice areas and settings. Students can ask mentors about professional options, and make well-informed academic and career choices. Information is sent out each summer. Find out more.

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