Who are we?
All students at the Faculty of Law are members of the Students’ Law Society (SLS). Its purpose is to promote the general welfare of the student body. An executive and representatives from each year are elected annually by the student body.
The SLS represents student concerns on Faculty Council (the governing body of the law school) and its sub-committees. In co-operation with faculty members and administrative officials, SLS Faculty Council representatives (aka Student Affairs and Governance, or StAG) deal with academic matters such as accessibility, admissions, curriculum, financial aid, grading practices, staff-student relations, tuition, and the long-term direction of the law school.
In addition to attending monthly meetings of Faculty Council and committee work, SLS StAG representatives meet weekly to address new and ongoing student concerns and prepare for upcoming meetings.
SLS Social Affairs representatives meet weekly to assist in the organization of social events (such as Law Ball, coffeehouses, and pubs), fund and oversee the operation of clubs and societies, and liaise with other groups at the University of Toronto campus.
– Taken from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law SLS info page
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