Cool, thanks guys! That's pretty interesting. So just to make sure I understand this right... it's not at all like in the UK where, if you're admitted to a college or university, you can just then study "law," get a bachelor in laws or whatever it's called, and then become a lawyer? But it's more like the US where you pretty much have to have a bachelor's degree and then you get a law degree too? I was mostly wondering 'cos I thought maybe Canada would have something more like in the UK.
Cool thanks caecilius! That was exactly the info I was looking for! Although now I'm really glad I'm not in the UK.
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