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The Canadian Law Review (CLR) is a nonprofit platform for an intergenerational community of legal minds committed to the understanding and development of Canadian law. CLR believes the first step towards improving the current state of affairs in our legal system begins with research, advocacy, and discourse. The way to achieve this is through democratizing legal scholarship opportunities and promoting access to legal literacy. CLR hosts a journal, magazine, mentorship program, scholarship program, ambassadorship program, and a fellowship program. Learn more about our programs below:


The Canadian Law Review’s mission is to empower youth to shape Canada’s legal and public policy landscape by contributing to academic discourse about the law.

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