McGill Law Resources
Room Bookings at McGill Law
To book a room in Chancellor Day Hall, head to the Room bookings form on the main Faculty of Law site.
McGill Law Lost and Found
If you have lost something in Chancellor Day Hall, visit the LSA offices in the basement of Old Chancellor Day Hall, or the Porter's Office, in Room N 2/1 of the Stewart Biology Building (514-398-5078). Found articles are kept for one week. Unclaimed articles are forwarded to the University Lost and Found Office in the Ferrier Building, where they are kept for 60 days; if they are unclaimed after that time, they are given to a recognized charitable organization.
McGill Student Resources
Beyond our extensive list of Wellness resources, there is a wealth of other specific services available to McGill students around campus:
Commissioner for Oaths
There is a Commissioner for Oaths service available at the McGill Legal Clinic for current registered students.
McGill Secretariat also has a list of administrative staff who are Commissioners for Oaths and are willing to act in this capacity for the benefit of other University staff and students:
First Peoples' House
The First Peoples’ House offers a multitude of services for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis students:
- On-campus lodging for students, with priority for those who identify themselves as being of Indigenous descent on the Residence Application Form.
- Their re-furnished lounge provides a comfortable place for students to decompress in between classes, mingle with their peers, enjoy a cup of coffee, browse the web, or read a book.
- They serve a soup and bannock lunch every Wednesday and all are welcome to attend!
- For students who want to stay connected to the Indigenous community and to ceremony, they regularly receive visits from Elders who are available to talk with students and staff, smudge and host traditional talking circles.
- They work with various organizations to host guest lectures, where speakers from all walks of life discuss issues relevant to Indigenous students.
- Yearly Pow-Wow on McGill’s Lower Field!
- They act as a support network throughout your studies at McGill. There are many ways to find support or get involved and at the end of your degree, they’ll be proud to give you one of their ceremonial scarves to honour your success.
International Student Services
International Student Services offer workshops & webinars to degree, exchange, visiting & special students, post doctoral fellows, and other students who pay Student Services fees. The office provides information about:
- Immigration Documents
- Arriving by plane, train or car
- Health Insurance
- Scholarships & financial aid
- Bringing Family
- Academic Advising & Course registration
- Residences & Housing
- About Montreal
- On-campus jobs
- The Buddy Program
- Arrival & Orientation
McGill offers a variety of ways to improve your French, including registering for a course and earning credits towards non-law electives.
Office for Students with Disabilities
The Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) provides support if you feel that difficulties and impairments are hindering your academic performance while at McGill or if you require assistance with accessibility. You should contact the OSD regardless of whether the difficulties you are experiencing are permanent or temporary. They provide assistance to both undergraduate and graduate students.
The OSD can help with a wide variety of situations, from medical diagnoses to mental health issues and anxiety disorders, and also offers long-term support to accompany students with Learning Disabilities, ADD or ADHD, Asperger’s and autism.
You should contact the OSD even if you are being followed by a medical, mental health or counselling unit, as the OSD will be able to guide you in reducing the impact your diagnosis may have on your performance, attendance or learning. The help available can be individual or offered through groups, depending on your needs and preferences.
The first step is to phone the OSD at 514-398-6009 or to email disabilities.students [at] mcgill.ca and an advisor will be able to meet you, either face to face or virtually, to explain how the office functions, describe what services are available to you and refer you to other resources if necessary.
- Complementary Resources
- Workshops (Work Hard & Play Hard, How do I Learn Best, Managing Academic Stress, etc.)
- Learning Resources (Time Management, Goal-Setting, Reading and Writing, Learning Styles, Test-Taking, etc.)
- Access Technology
- Study Partner Program
- Government Funding
OneDrive (cloud file storage)
All McGill Students have access to McGill's OneDrive cloud file storage, which provides 1 TB of storage space for personal use. This is a secure environment where your intellectual property and personal data are protected. Find out how to access and use this file storage system.
Whether you are having difficulty in a given subject, require assistance preparing for exams, or need a paper proof-read, our qualified tutors are here to help. The Tutorial Service is a peer tutoring service that matches your request for academic assistance with a qualified student from our bank of private tutors. Their mission is to serve as a resource for McGill students hoping to reinforce classroom learning and strengthen their academic performance.
- Get matched with a tutor
- Free tutoring opportunities
- Free open tutoring sessions
cGill Writing Centre (MWC) can help you refine your academic writing skills or learn to write for a specific professional audience. Sign up and learn essential writing skills, strategies, and techniques that will help you to succeed both at university and in any number of professions.
- Specialized Writing Courses
- Tutorial Service
- Tips to Improve Academic Writing Skills