both law schools are top notch and should provide outstanding employment prospects. this program is basically tailored made to my interests as it will keep my options open in both canada and the states. not to mention networking opportunities in the financial capitals of both countries.any others applying ?
I wouldn't call York "top notch". It isn't bad by any means, but I've known many people who have had real difficulty finding work upon graduation.
or could someone theoretically be accepted to Osgoode, but not the joint program, go to osgoode for two years, then apply for the joint program?
Pish, J only wants to waste YOUR time. Get wise.