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On 10/28/2017 at 4:15 PM, Amina said:

Do you know if Windsor accepts the Feb LSAT?


 

They do not.

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In your class, do you know of anyone admitted with a high 140's LSAT score (148) and were there any students that you know of that were accepted with special circumstances/access? 

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34 minutes ago, SAGE77 said:

In your class, do you know of anyone admitted with a high 140's LSAT score (148) and were there any students that you know of that were accepted with special circumstances/access? 

So did you make up having a 160 in your other post?

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I am not asking for myself. I am asking for a friend who wants to go to Windsor... My heart is set on Osgoode. If I learned anything from the LSAT... don't draw improper inferences... it's dangerous!!! Oh, but I am interested in the access part for sure! I would like to know if they actually consider access applicants.

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I claimed a special circumstance, but I couldn't tell you if that's what got me in. There was no indication of it on my acceptance letter, I never asked, and I'm never going to. I would hope there was something else in my application that was more interesting.

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Hi, thanks for answering these questions still.

Do you have any idea of international opportunities the school can link students with for summer jobs or for articling type positions? I currently work in international development and international advocacy in developing countries and I want to continue working in that space with the law degree I am pursuing. Was just accepted to Windsor and I am excited about the "access to justice" ethos... however, I am not sure I will have the flexibility or support from career services to pursue international positions. 

Thanks!

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On ‎16‎/‎04‎/‎2018 at 3:24 AM, chimwewe said:

Hi, thanks for answering these questions still.

Do you have any idea of international opportunities the school can link students with for summer jobs or for articling type positions? I currently work in international development and international advocacy in developing countries and I want to continue working in that space with the law degree I am pursuing. Was just accepted to Windsor and I am excited about the "access to justice" ethos... however, I am not sure I will have the flexibility or support from career services to pursue international positions. 

Thanks!

The only specialty program I can think of off the top of my head is a social justice fellowship. I know of some colleagues who went to developing countries in 1L/2L summer and assisted local agencies. I'm not sure of the qualifications or more information about the fellowship, but I'm sure if you do some research you can find more information fairly easily!

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