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  • Black Future Lawyers
    Supporting black students who aspire to
    go to law school
    Rebecca Barclay Nguinambaye J.D. (UofT) 2021, Novalee Davy J.D./M.B.A. (UofT) 2022, Solomon McKenzie J.D. (UofT) 2019, Marie Kiluu-Ngila J.D. (UofT) 2019
  • Black Future Lawyers
    Supporting black students who aspire to
    go to law school


The University of Toronto Faculty of Law (UofT Law) believes that legal education should be accessible to talented students from all segments of Canadian society.


Black Future Lawyers (BFL) is a collaboration between UofT Law, our Black Law Students Association, members of our Black alumni community, and the broader legal profession. Funded by UofT’s Provost’s office and UofT Law, BFL offers supports and engagement opportunities to Black undergraduate students who aspire to go to law school and become lawyers. BFL’s goal is to increase the number of Black students who attend law school and join the legal profession.


BFL’s programming for Black undergraduate students includes:

  • Mentoring and job shadowing with Black lawyers, judges and articling students
  • Invitations to attend special workshops, lectures and other events at UofT Law
  • Admissions and financial aid info sessions for Black students
  • Our annual Black Future Lawyers conference
  • Access to our free LSAT prep course, where eligible
  • A special application process to UofT Law for Black candidates
  • And more…


To sign up to participate as a BFL undergraduate student, or volunteer as a mentor or job shadowing host, please see below.


To donate to BFL please visit

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February 25th 2020

Chantal Hébert a interviewé Sol McKenzie, diplômé en droit (UofT 2019).

February 17th 2020

UofT's student newspaper since 1880, takes a look at BFL and its goals.

January 21st 2021
The UofT Future of Law Lab hosts this rare opportunity to hear about Google's legal litigation BFL…
January 25th 2021
Hear how this young lawyer is forging her career in Aboriginal & environmental law       BFL…
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