I don't want turn this into a masters dissertation but there is another point (or two) that needs to be brought forth here. Unless you have been living under a rock for 7 years or so you will note that opportunities for attorneys in Canada and the U.S. have been dwindling for quite some time. Many tasks associated with junior associates are being outsourced to foreign firms - think of Bell Canada and India. With that said, and considering most of the members at this board are young with limited ties, don't limit your options. I am referring to the potential of working somewhere else and not limiting yourself to a Canadian law practice - right now. Keeping that in mind it makes far more sense to select a foreign school and my preference is Leicester. I was accepted at 2 Canadian schools and have chosen the senior status LLB in the UK. To think that a Canadian school outweighs one in the UK on an international stage is naive. I have been exploring my options for a long,long time. It just makes more sense, on many fronts, to opt for a foreign program. If you like we can talk about four or five more reasons why it's the clear choice. Now if you would like to know why I decided to go to the UK vs Oz we can discuss that too. It too is also a clear choice.