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  1. I think the LSO was holding Convocation today, but I don't think it had anything to do with the May 28th paper call. I'm in the same boat as you. Only received an auto-reply. Hopefully, we get more information tomorrow.
  2. It's even funnier that they waited until today to send a notice about the reduction in Call Fees, when they announced it almost a week ago on Twitter. I had a glimpse of hope when I saw the email in my inbox.
  3. Couldn't have said it better myself
  4. Definitely disappointing. It would have been nice if the LSO communicated this to us before.
  5. Awesome - thank you for sharing this!
  6. Has anyone participating in the May 28 paper call heard anything from the LSO about what is happening on Thursday? After I submitted my commissioned document, I only received a generic "thanks. we have received your documents" email. I assume we will get a simple "Congratulations" email.
  7. Bereskin & Parr, McMillan - Osgoode
  8. ITC Houser Henry & Syron (Osgoode)
  9. PFO from Bereskin & Parr (Osgoode)
  10. I can't speak to the importance per se, but I didn't fill Part B in and I was still accepted (I know others who were in the same boat)
  11. Did anyone receive a non-ITC/PFO email from McMillan outlining their process for sending ITCs?
  12. At Oz, each section of 1Ls had class everyday for 3-4 hours per day. It works out to 18 hours per week of class/seminar time during both the Fall and Winter semesters. The only caveat is the first week of Fall classes and the first two weeks of Winter semester where we had an Ethical Lawyering crash (and burn)-course, which is typically a 9:30-2:30 schedule each day. Hope that helps.
  13. You have a fantastic cGPA! So, I agree with 123tr: a 160+ will make you a very competitive applicant
  14. I don't think that would make a huge difference, as long as the references know you very well and can speak to your strengths as a potential law student. I used two profs who worked directly with me through research/my thesis. But, I've heard of many students who received an acceptance with one academic and one work-related referee
  15. Got dinged as well - best of luck to everyone still in the game!! Stay strong
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