Apply Your Learning
Make the most out of your university career by taking advantage of all that Laurier has to offer you. Volunteer work, campus clubs, leadership programs, studying abroad, work experience – there are so many ways you can extend your classroom experience into the real world.
Here are just a few examples of the experiences you’ll have access to in the Law and Society program:
- Take the Walls to Bridges course at the Grand Valley Institution for Women with equal numbers of incarcerated students and Laurier students learning together as peers.
- Complete a directed studies course in your fourth year, studying a topic that interests you.
- Earn a research or instructional assistantship position applying your learning while assisting a professor from the Law and Society program.
- Showcase your work for the public and Laurier community at the Academic, Creative and Engaged Research Showcase (ACERS).
Check out the Law and Society Experience and Career Guide.