First-year class size in 2022: 260 (Note: Some attrition after the first few weeks.)
Number of first-year applicants in 2023 academic year: 3,007
Part-time, half-time, extended-time: Half-time, granted on an ad-hoc basis as an accommodation to those who need it.
Minimum undergraduate academic requirements:
- 3 years or more (full-time enrollment; 90 credits or the equivalent)
- Undergraduate program completion is strongly encouraged
- Mature candidates are not required to have an undergraduate education but it is strongly encouraged
- June 2019 onward
- Highest score used
- Most successful candidates have a score of at least 158
- The LSAT is not required for French programs
Academic minimums: Most successful applicants have a cumulative GPA of A- or 80%.
School Submissions: Required from all applicants.
Referee forms (letters of reference): 2 required by all; at least 1 from an academic referee.
- PDC (Combined French JD/LLL)
- National Program (for candidates who already hold a Canadian LLL)
- JD/MBA (no application through OLSAS)
- Dual Can/USA JD (no application through OLSAS)
- General With Special Circumstances
- Mature applicants must submit an up-to-date resumé or CV.
- Indigenous applicants must also submit a proof of Indigenous identity and an up-to-date resumé or CV.
- No firm cut-offs for LSAT or GCPA. Most successful applicants have at least a 158 and A- average but files are reviewed holistically.
- International transcripts require WES certification (USA exempt).