I am wondering how many of you are thinking, or are going, to McGill law school. From what I know, they do not require the LSATs. May I ask, what do they focus on then, for applications? I'm from Canada, and I know Canadian schools in general focus on "numbers" (GPA, scores,...), but would a strong personal statement strengthen my application?
Also, do any of you know any Canadian law schools which doesn't require a high LSAT score? Obviously, Toronto, York and McGill (if applicable), require strong LSAT scores. But how about UBC, Calgary, Western Ontario, or others?
Any advice you have on McGill on LSATs in Canadian law schools would be greatly appreciated.