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Law Centre: Innovation, Experimentation, Research


Aleks, Omar, Sumaya
Aleks Acimovic, with Omar Khilo and Sumaya Ugas, the Co-Chair's of the Intern Circle, organize events that will help you learn more about the legal profession. As an Intern for the Law Centre, the opportunities will help connect you.

What would I do?

As a member of the Interns' Circle, you would assist with a range of tasks including:

  • Attending and staffing conferences and events
  • Research
  • Communication and promotion
  • Sitting on ad hoc committees
  • Other initiatives

Generally, our Interns share a common interest in the law and many plan to pursue legal education.

What are some of the benefits?

There are many benefits of volunteering with the Centre.  Some of the benefits our Interns enjoy include: increased industry exposure; access to special events; networking opportunities; and consideration for job and research positions. Joining the Interns' Circle is also a great way to enhance your résumé and broaden your legal knowledge.

How do I sign-up?

If you are interested in joining the Interns’ Circle or in learning more about the Centre’s work, please email with the following information:

Subject Line: Interns Circle

  1. Full Name, Ryerson Email and Contact Information
  2. Program & Program Year
  3. Availability
  4. Areas of Interest (i.e. Events; Research; Marketing)

Once your sign-up request is received, we will contact you with information on upcoming opportunities.


The Law Centre supports and provides ongoing research and events for a different and bold take on law.



As a catalyst for debate, learning and teaching, the Law Centre prepares students for a future in law and looks at law in the future.



Law is an integral part of the professional programs that make Ryerson an innovative university. The Law Centre builds on this strength and is the bridge between Ryerson University and the legal community.