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Someone who attended the Welcome Day this week mentioned that they would possibly create one. Also one of the Bora Laskin clubs said they would do it, but not until July/August.

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Last year the Facebook group was made around March/April I believe. It seems it is typically done by the Law Students Society. I'm sure it will be posted to this forum. 

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Please use your LU email to join the "Lakehead" community on Facebook, you will then be able to request access to the "LU Law Class of 2021" group!

Congratulations on your acceptances!

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On 4/5/2018 at 10:11 PM, jahis said:

Please use your LU email to join the "Lakehead" community on Facebook, you will then be able to request access to the "LU Law Class of 2021" group!

Congratulations on your acceptances!

@jahis Can you please link the Lakehead community ? Thanks

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22 hours ago, mickeymouse said:

@jahis Can you please link the Lakehead community ? Thanks

You can join the Lakehead community by adding your @lakeheadu.ca email to facebook. 

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