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Law school in Canada: what will it cost?

Comparing tuition fees at Canada’s common and civil law schools


 
Lakehead's Faculty of Law

(Lakehead University)

Listed below are the 2014 tuition figures for first-year law students in Canada, shown from the least to the most expensive. The numbers do not include other compulsory fees, which range from about $600 to $3,500.


Common law schools In-province tuition Out-of-province tuition
McGill $2,273 $6,641
Moncton $5,604
Victoria $9,029
Manitoba $9,311
New Brunswick $9,837
Alberta $10,221
UBC $11,448
Saskatchewan $12,015
Calgary $12,315
Dalhousie $12,497 $13,519
Lakehead $15,594
Windsor $16,049
Ottawa $16,061
Queen's $16,931
Thompson Rivers $17,828
Western $18,421
Osgoode (York) $22,672
Toronto $30,230

Civil law schools In-province tuition Out-of-province tuition
McGill $2,273 $6,641
Montréal $2,273 $6,632
Sherbrooke $2,273 $6,632
UQAM $2,407 $6,766
Laval $2,909 $6,643
Ottawa $9,002

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