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Gowling WLG

Gowling WLG is an international law firm with more than 1,500 client-facing legal professionals and more than 2,100 business services team members in 19 cities around the world. The Firm offers in-depth experience in key global sectors and a full suite of legal services to its clients. Gowling WLG has been recognized repeatedly as a top employer as a result of its commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion and innovation.

Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP is the Canadian arm of Gowling WLG. With seven offices across Canada, an office in Moscow and two offices in China, Gowling WLG Canada is one of Canada’s leading law firms. Guided by its Clients First Strategic Plan 2021-2024, Gowling WLG Canada delivers a complete range of business law, litigation and intellectual property services in all of Canada’s key sectors, including financial services, technology, life sciences, natural resources, construction & infrastructure, and real estate. Gowling WLG Canada also works with all levels of government and is home to a thriving Indigenous law practice.

Gowling WLG’s vision: A distinctive client experience. Outstanding people. Innovative solutions. A leading sector-focused international law firm.

Gowling WLG’s values: The power of teamwork. Always striving to be better. We all bring something different.

Gowling WLG Legal Studies Award for Indigenous Women

The Gowling WLG Legal Studies Award for Indigenous Women provides support to Indigenous women who are enrolled – or who will be enrolled – in accredited, post-secondary legal studies or law school diploma or degree programs in Canada.

Although demonstrated financial need is the award’s primary consideration, other factors may also be considered, including community service and academic achievement.

To learn more about what Gowling WLG is doing to promote diversity and a culture of inclusion in the firm, in the community and across the legal profession, please visit

Awards Criteria

Awards Category: Post-Secondary
Deadlines: August 1, November 1, February 1
Program of Study: Legal Studies or Law School diploma or degree programs
Level of Study: Any
Indigenous Affiliation: Any