Thank you, I saw the prior thread after posting.
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I am only applying to a second tier school, however my grades were BAD (like a 1.0) for my first two years, and then I took some time off of school, came back and got a 3.8 for my second two years. I graduated four and a half years ago and have been working full time since graduation. Do you think that those first two years at school are going to screw me up, assuming I do decent/average on the LSAT?
Thanks for any help.
Thank you for responding Cheeks.
I guess my main concerns are financial. I know that at least in the US I can get financial aid, loans, work study, etc. However in Canada I would not be a citizen, so I am assuming that financial aid is out. We just had a child and I would need to make sure we would have enough money to pay for school and eat.
Is it difficult to become a citizen, if we wanted to stay after school? What is the job market like in Canada for new lawyers? We do not have any specific region/provinces in mind.
Any help would be great. Thank you.
My wife wants to move to Canada (from the US). I am in the process of looking at law schools and now I need to know everything about Canadian law schools. I am curious about costs, admissions, etc.
Does anyone know of a good web site or two that I could use to start researching this?
Thank you for any help.
« on: August 12, 2004, 03:51:31 PM »
Thanks for the advice, I will check prior posts.