We provide a number of services to Grade 11 and 12 high-school students who are interested in becoming lawyers.
We recognize that many diverse youth in British Columbia have never met a lawyer nor know how to become a lawyer. Our services intend to bridge that gap and offer professional and academic guidance to diverse youth aspiring to enter the legal profession.
We offer free one-one-one mentorship to highschool students who are aspiring lawyers. Our mentors aim to build ongoing relationships with diverse youth, rooted in shared experiences, in order to support them through their journey to the legal profession.
Contact us to learn more about what you can do to begin preparing for a successful law school application and legal career. We are happy to arrange a phone-call, or communicate by email, to offer guidance on several topics such as:
We offer classroom presentations and assemblies on how to enter law school and prepare for a legal career. We also offer introductory legal seminars for high-school classes that mimic the law school experience. If you'd like us to speak at your school, please send us an email.
See below for answers to frequently asked questions. If you cannot find what you are looking for on this site, please send us an email.
What undergraduate program should I pursue if I want to be a lawyer?
There is no single undergraduate program that is better than others. Law school admissions are primarily based on a student's success within a program. Therefore, students should select programs in which they believe they will excel and enjoy.
Statistically, most entering law students have completed B.A. programs.