About the LALSS
The Lincoln Alexander Law Students' Society (the "LALSS") was founded in September 2020 by students in the inaugural cohort of the Ryerson University Faculty of Law. Formerly known as the Ryerson Law Students' Society (the "RLSS"), the LALSS took on its new name shortly after the law school was officially renamed the Lincoln Alexander School of Law in May 2021. The LALSS comprises students elected by their peers to represent the academic, social, and professional interests of all Lincoln Alexander Law students during their time in law school.
The students, faculty, and administration at Lincoln Alexander Law are all committed to building strong foundations and advancing our shared interest in the success of this institution. This is why the LALSS has and will continue to work closely with all stakeholders to foster a collaborative environment. We listen to student concerns and have advocated for positive changes to the student experience during the school's inaugural year. We also assist in the formation of student organizations and promotion of extracurricular activities and events with the goal of ensuring that all students have the opportunity to have a rewarding law school experience.