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  1. I worked in one of the clinics during my 1L summer (and volunteered there during the year). PM me if you want to chat.
  2. Ultra Vires 2L Recruitment Report is online http://ultravires.ca/2016/11/recruitment-special-feature-bay-street-hiring-like-way/
  3. You should be in at UoT. If anything, make sure you have some answer to the "why Canada" question in your PS.
  4. I suppose they might be more likely to get candidates who have reserved a spot for their firm, perhaps despite multiple earlier offers.
  5. OK, then I don't know where you get the idea that UoC/UoA are distinct in that regard. Those are the same eligibility criteria used by the student clinic at the University of Toronto, for instance. http://downtownlegalservices.ca/our-services/criminal-division/
  6. Well, for provincial offences maybe...though Osgoode does have the Fair Chance Project. But certainly other schools, including UoT, have (partially) legal aid funded student clinics that allow students to have carriage over criminal files and run full trials/appear in court on behalf of clients.
  7. Yeah, they sent them for UoT at the end of day 1 (Thursday pm). It definitely put a fair number of people (and maybe also the CDO) on edge by Friday.
  8. UoT CDO says no, though they don't have a 100% accuracy record.
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