On October 19th, the Black Law Students’ Association (BLSA) and the Muslim Law Students’ Association (MLSA) hosted the annual Opportunity Day. It was an opportunity for prospective students to come and see what a day as a law student at Osgoode is like. Students had the chance to hear tips and advice from recent admits, listen to a law school lecture, have their admissions questions answered by a member of Osgoodes’ Admissions Committee, tour the Osgoode campus, and get their personal statements reviewed. The event was a huge success and would not have been possible without the sponsorship of Blakes, Cassels & Graydon and the support of Osgoodes’ faculty and all those who volunteered their time. We would like to thank Jeffrey Warnock and Kyle Elliot for speaking to prospective students about the legal profession, their experiences practicing law, the diversity initiatives at Blakes, and the summer opportunities for students at the firm. We would also like to thank Dean Mary Condon for her opening remarks, Professor Fay Faraday for her guest lecture on equity and ethics in the law, Professor Amar Bhatia for sharing his insights on the law school admissions process and the first year student panel who shared their journey to law school. We are deeply thankful for the lawyers, faculty, BLSA and MLSA executives and students who came out and made this event a success. We would like to share some of the photographs from the event. Enjoy!