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  1. @boo Admission Standards: General/Access Category descriptions (both quoted from the Queen's Law website) are mentioned below. General: "A cumulative undergraduate average of less than a “B+” (77–79 percent, CGPA 3.30) and an LSAT score of less than 157 (70th percentile) are not competitive for admission in the General category, unless graduate degree work was completed successfully." Access: "Applications in the Access category are encouraged, but please be aware that a cumulative undergraduate average of less than a “B” (70–74 percent, CGPA 3.0) and an LSAT score of less than 151 are normally not competitive for admission."
  2. Windsor Law looks at your cGPA. Quoted from Windsor Law: "The Admissions Committee considers an applicant's entire academic history regardless of how a service calculates the cumulative GPA score. However, if the applicant scored significantly higher in the later years of his/her course of study, then this will also be considered by the Committee." Hope that helps.
  3. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/york-university-subway-station-spadina-extension-mayor-john-tory-road-tolls-1.3870852
  4. He/She is asking if the marks posted are average for entrance into Bay Street firms.
  5. @Diplock, Do you feel (is there reason to feel) that the courtroom over-time has turned out to be a competition between Lawyers, instead of a mindset on only prosecuting crime/defending your client? Thanks!
  6. Bump.