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Plebiscite on Entrance into the Law Students Society of Ontario (LSSO)

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In this year’s SLS Spring Election, students will also be asked the following plebiscite question:

“Should the SLS join the Law Students Society of Ontario?”

The plebiscite question is being put to the students in order to help inform the SLS next year. The result of the plebiscite to this question is entirely non-binding.  The SLS has prepared a memorandum that provides a background on the newly formed LSSO, its purpose, and the SLS’ engagement with the LSSO in the past year for students’ review (please find the file in the Document archive section of this website on the right).

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1 Comment

  1. Jeffrey Ma says:

    Couple of questions:

    -Why are votes on the council decided by the number of students represented? For example, U of T Law only has 2 votes whereas Ottawa has 4 votes.
    -Why is the body just for Ontario? What are the SLS’ thoughts about having a Canadian body?
    -What are some new initiatives the LSSO has discussed as first priorities for the organization?
    -Where will the $500 in fees from UT Law be going?

    Thanks.

    Jeff

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