the fin. aid officer said that she would be trying to get fin. aid decisions out earlier than the 5th. hopefully, over the weekend.
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« on: March 29, 2007, 01:06:52 AM »
so, like, when and where does this thing start? What with me infiltrating (badly it seems) and all?
are the number of high-end applicants up? or are total number of applicants down put high-end applicants make up a larger percentage? or is that a result of the LSAT reporting change, so that a number of applicants that were previously middle-end(?) are now high-end?
with a BA, I am sure you could go to law school in Quebec. Common law degrees in Canada require an undergraduate degree (or at least part). Civil law degree, I believe, you can do without an undergrad degree.
With a JD, you probably only know common law, so you would have to learn civil law to practice in quebec. I do not know the exact requirements for certifications, but I assume that you could get certified.
that is what I understand at a very basic level. Please take this with a grain of salt and contact the appropriate bodies in quebec to find out if I am correct.
everyone is different. If you have a strong app, as stated above, you may be able to overcome the low LSAT. If it is a normal app, you may wish to retake the exam.
Have you checked out www.lawstudents.ca? In the admissions section there is a link to a canadian version of lawschoolnumbers. you can check out the numbers of admits/rejects, although you get no holistic sense of the applicants.
« on: March 20, 2007, 10:08:56 PM »
i'll post pics of dinner later after its cooked and i've eaten it. i am still in the process of preparing it. are you interested in cooking?
please post photos of dinner before the eating phase. I assume posting photos after eating may cause you to be banned.