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  1. Awesome, thanks for the feedback.
  2. Would it look bad/shallow if I posted a news article that was written about me and my volunteer work in this section?
  3. The online application instructions says this: Complete an online application through the TRU Apply to a Program website. Note that you will need to first register for an EducationPlannerBC account. When completing your application, you will need to select "Fall 2017 (Sept-Dec)" for your start date, "Juris Doctor (Law) Applicant" for your application category, "Professional Degree" for your program level, and "Juris Doctor - Law (JD)" for your program. I am able to choose "Fall 2017 Sept-dec" but there is no option to choose "Professional Degree" under program level, and as such, no option for "Juris Doctor - Law (JD)" What am I doing wrong?
  4. 10 reasons not to go to my school.

    holy fuck that was 2009 loool
  5. 10 reasons not to go to my school.

    wow that's deep! Thanks for sharing.
  6. U of A vs. Osgoode

    Without a doubt, Osgoode is by far a better option for me. It is everything I want in a law school, clinics, atmosphere, programs, everything. However, I don't think going to U of A or Osgoode would change where I will work or how I will end up using my law degree, if that makes sense. At least, the difference would not be significant. I just don't know if its worth spending (at least) $50 000 a year at Osgoode, whereas for U of A, all I have to worry about is $15 000/year. I would also rather go to school without the added stress of being poor, and worrying about being even poorer after graduation - which is what Osgoode would do to me. Any thoughts on this?
  7. Entrance Scholarships

    Thank you both so much!
  8. Hey! I plan to apply for law school for the 2018 cycle, and I'm just trying to understand how students are selected for the entrance scholarships. For Calgary, are students automatically considered for these scholarships? If so, then this means there is no separate application process? Also, does one have to accept their offer to UCalgary before being considered for any of the scholarships listed on the site (http://law.ucalgary.ca/jd/scholarships)? Any information regarding scholarships would be helpful. Thanks!
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