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  1. For those of you who have written the bar, 1) Did you always find the answers in the materials? I've done some practice tests and find it hard to always find the answer in the materials - i'm tempted to just guess based on my own knowledge - is this something you did? 2) Did you use OLE's indices? the detailed table of contents? whats the best way to find answers fast?
  2. So how would the salaries for the following compare for an associate or partner at: a top Toronto litigation boutique a Biglaw full service Bay Street firm a midsized Toronto firm an IP firm a PI boutique Crown Counsel? Also, do corporate lawyers make more or less than litigation lawyers? I realize this question does not make much sense because it might be dependant on the actual work they do and the firm they work for, but I'm trying to get a general idea of what different lawyers make. The ZSA website is not very helpful TBH.
  3. General litigation? IP matters? Does it really vary from one to another?
  4. I know this varies GREATLY in reality. But how much does an associate or partner make at a well-established litigation boutique compared to a Bay street big firm associate or partner? How does this compare to someone working on their own (like Froese Law in Toronto)? Thanks!
  5. Does this mean that you are going to clerk after you article? Do firms guarantee associate positions to articled clerks?
  6. I know that Toronto tends to be busy for writing the bar (i.e.: I've heard it takes about 7 hours to get everyone seated and writing the exams). But are there other benefits to writing outside Toronto? Are the exams marked the same across the board? For example, is it easier to pass the bar in Ottawa because there are less people writing or something like that? Thanks!
  7. Hello! I apologize if this is a very obvious question but I couldn't find the answer on the Law Society website - is the call to the bar the June after you write your bar exams? I.e.: if I am graduating law school this year (2019) and writing my Bar in June, will I be called to the Bar the following June? This year's dates are found here: https://lso.ca/getdoc/fd54c830-13c3-40aa-99f9-a9f39c4b2261/call-to-the-bar-dates,-times-and-locations
  8. I understand we get our prep materials 6 weeks before the exam and everything we need to know should be there...but would you guys recommend taking any specific law school courses? Real estate? Secured transactions? Family? Tax?
  9. I’m looking to get wifi for my apartment in sandy hill
  10. I would love to hear your thoughts about these profs and courses - did the exams reflect the material covered? Trusts - Janet Kasun Securities - MacGregor Corporate Finance - Vasudev International Commercial Arbitration - Daimsis Legal Drafting - Keyes Tax - MacGregor IP - Gloor, Caron, O'Neill Patent - Ingram, Garland Remedies - Roland Nadler Secured Transactions - Andrew Pritchard
  11. The apartment is a 3 minute walk to the University of Ottawa campus and a 15 minute walk to the downtown core. Message me if interested!
  12. Please PM me if you are interested It's right on Nelson and Laurier in a great building!
  13. If anyone is feeling generous, please PM me ! (I would be oh so grateful!)
  14. Wills and estates? Professional responsibility? Corporate finance? Real estate? Employment?
  15. I am thinking of doing a 4 month exchange at Queen Mary School of London from September-December. I was wondering if someone could provide insight about finances. How expensive are the following: rent near campus/in downtown London (for a bachelor/shared kitchen apartment), groceries/week, transportation (via Oyster card? how does this work?) other expenses? Please clarify if you are talking about Canadian Dollars or Pounds - thanks folks!
  16. Thank you Ophelia! This is the exact advice I was looking for!
  17. Thank youchaboywb! I am in law school, currently looking at opportunities.
  18. I understand that grades you get during your exchange are not counted in your GPA. Are there any other downsides to doing an exchange? Thanks!
  19. OK. U GUYS. maybe i will be more specific: for some profs, its better to do practice exams early on and doing all the readings is a waste of time. For other profs, what they say in class is more important because their exams are largely policy questions that require touching on things discussed in class...WHAT WOULD U RECOMMEND FOR THIS CLASS.
  20. Thanks Luckycharm but I was actually looking for constructive advice - constructive meaning I can do something with it. Sorry you had to edit your post to make it even more useless than it probably already was.
  21. Do you guys have any advice on how to do well in the course? I've heard the exam is really tough - what's the best way to prepare? Do readings?
  22. Hi guys! I'll be working as a 2L summer student in one of the big firms this summer...do you have any recommendations for bachelor apartment rentals? I am looking for the cheapest option out there but I know prices are kinda crazy!
  23. Is there a reason to avoid taking Pass/fail courses during 2nd/3rd years of law school other than the fact that they can't raise your GPA? I'm thinking of doing a moot which might be pass/fail and I already have 2 other courses this year that were pass/fail. I am afraid employers might look at the amount negatively, but I also realize that practical experiences, like mooting, are valuable. Thoughts?
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