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  1. PFOs - Toronto 2017

    Bereskin & Parr, McMillan - Osgoode
  2. 2018 2L Recruitment

    ITC Houser Henry & Syron (Osgoode)
  3. 2018 2L Recruitment

    PFO from Bereskin & Parr (Osgoode)
  4. Importance of Part B

    I can't speak to the importance per se, but I didn't fill Part B in and I was still accepted (I know others who were in the same boat)
  5. 2018 2L Recruitment

    Did anyone receive a non-ITC/PFO email from McMillan outlining their process for sending ITCs?
  6. At Oz, each section of 1Ls had class everyday for 3-4 hours per day. It works out to 18 hours per week of class/seminar time during both the Fall and Winter semesters. The only caveat is the first week of Fall classes and the first two weeks of Winter semester where we had an Ethical Lawyering crash (and burn)-course, which is typically a 9:30-2:30 schedule each day. Hope that helps.
  7. You have a fantastic cGPA! So, I agree with 123tr: a 160+ will make you a very competitive applicant
  8. Accepted 2016

    I don't think that would make a huge difference, as long as the references know you very well and can speak to your strengths as a potential law student. I used two profs who worked directly with me through research/my thesis. But, I've heard of many students who received an acceptance with one academic and one work-related referee
  9. File Still Under Review

    Got dinged as well - best of luck to everyone still in the game!! Stay strong
  10. File Still Under Review

    File under review here as well (164 [Oct]/cGPA 3.68/B3 3.8). Tried giving the admissions office a call to clarify what exactly this means (i.e. is the wait list the best case scenario at this point, or can we still be accepted outright?), but it goes straight to voicemail (I'm assuming they're getting a lot of calls today). If anyone gets in touch with them, it would be awesome if you could share what you learn
  11. ACCEPTED 2016

    Thanks for checking in and sharing!
  12. ACCEPTED 2016

    All communication with applicants has indicated early March
  13. What did you guys do for an undergrad?

    Listen, my young friend, your undergrad years will be the time that you grow and learn more than ever before. My advice is to choose a degree stream that YOU are most interested in. This is especially important if you want to go into law school, as there are no prerequisite degrees that applicants must take. If you like history, go for it. If you enjoy business, knock yourself out! But, definitely don't choose a program based off of what you may think is "valid" and "not valid", because realistically, unless you're doing Engineering, a BBA, etc., your undergrad degree alone won't really give you the most abundant career options. So, choose something you think you'll enjoy (or even love) studying because you're going to be studying it for 4 years. Hope this helps - you can DM me if you need any more advice.
  14. Chances - 3.7, 163

    I'd say you have a good shot based on looking at your stats alone. I just got accepted before the holidays with a 3.68, 164, and there were many others with similar stats who also got accepted late December. A rewrite never hurts though (although the prep/stress may a bit), especially if you applied to U of T as well
  15. Accepted 2016

    Just got the email this morning!!! cGPA: 3.68 B2/B3/L2-3.82 LSAT-164 Pretty good softs (work for the gov full time, part-time job throughout uni, volunteer experience, and lots of research experience) Excellent references In queue Dec 2nd Good luck to everyone waiting!