I think your going to have to tap into private loans. You can try TERI Student loans my sister is on that for Med School. OSAP Was giving her something like $165 week, which didnt' come close to her 50K/year fee. Teri gave her 25K that covered her first year, and she has used a few family contacts to cover the rest.
I have a buncha URL's ready for when I need to apply. My first bet will be the Sallie Mae Law school Loan for US citizens as well as internationals. Just go to salliemae's website and search law school loans.
ALSO: CitiAssist Loan by CITIBANK
Nationality: U.S. Citizen, Permanent Resident Alien status or International Student
You can borrow upto 150K. Better if you have a U.S. cosigner. If not give it a shot.
These are all private no subsidization. Which means interest rates are a little over prime, they are still student loans. But you will definetly need good credit to apply to them. Hope thi shelps. Lot tougher for us, I am finishing my undergrad at U.S. school and because of my good grades im on a 80% scholorship. Maybe law schools have sometihng like that for international students?? You never know worth a shot..