The 109 members of the Class of 2015 who began their work as a community of scholars pursuing an education in the law on September 4th are an incredibly diverse and talented group, coming from forty-seven different universities (including eight outside Canada) and with twenty-nine different undergraduate majors (not to mention the twenty percent with graduate degrees, including three PhDs). The incoming class is about half female and half male. Forty-three percent come from outside of Alberta. The subjects studied at the undergraduate level include the ones one expects of pre-law — things like history, political science, business, English and philosophy — but it also includes chemical engineering, pharmacology, religious studies, military studies, nursing and Celtic studies. The class of 2015 is an extremely well-travelled group. A number have run their own businesses. Among the members of the class are a tax consultant, a CBC reporter, a hair stylist, a former press secretary to the mayor of one of Canada’s principal cities, an editor with Oxford University Press, a construction worker, an Olympic athlete, a Grammy Award winner, and more than one professional musician. Languages spoken by members of the class include — apart from French, of course — Russian, Ukrainian, Crimean Tatar, Malay, Mandarin, Cantonese, German, Italian, Dutch, Kirundi, Hindi and Spanish.