The Black Law Students’ Association of Canada recently released a census report on Black law students across Canada. The report notes the percentage of Black law students enrolled at a given law school, the percentage of Black people in the local city community, and the percentage of Black people in the broader province. Overall, the highest estimated percentages of Black law students in entry-level law programs were found at Toronto Metropolitan University (12.83%), Université de Moncton (9.46%), and McGill University (8.4%), each of which met or exceeded the percentage of Black people in the local community population. The lowest estimated percentages provided were found at Thompson Rivers University (0.2%), Lakehead University (0.5%), and University of Alberta (0.73%). “Who is or is not admitted into law school directly impacts our justice system,” states the report.