CLF maintains a deep appreciation for Christian law students and attempts to draw Christian law students into the CLF network to inspire and encourage them to use their legal training for the Kingdom of God.
CLF regards the next generation of lawyers as a strategic resource and considers it a top priority to reach out to pre-law and law students now, so that the legal profession will include Christian voices in the future. By virtue of their callings, many of these students will eventually hold prominent leadership positions in society and will have the opportunity, if adequately equipped, to glorify God and work for His Kingdom in this world. Considering the ominous trends threatening our nation and our churches, CLF views its commitment to its law student ministry as paramount.
CLF law school chapters provide practical assistance to students by way of fellowship, networking, prayer, Bible Study and outreach opportunities. It is the goal of CLF to establish local CLF chapters at every law school in Canada and prayerfully expand to all post-secondary institutions and high schools.
Please contact us if you are interested in starting a CLF chapter at your law school, college, university, seminary or high school.
CLF Student Ministries in the newS
- CLF’s 2017 National Law Student Conference at the University of Alberta
- University of Toronto TWU Intervener's Panel hosted by the UofT CLF Student Chapter (along with Out in Law University of Toronto, The David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights, and The Journal of Law and Equality) in the Asper Centre's blog
- UofA Student Chapter leader (along with J. Reuben Clark Law Society) asks practitioner panel questions about integrating faith in practice at the University of Alberta