Hey, so I know these two have already been done together, or with some combination of U of T/ Western but I haven't really found all the answers that I'm looking for so I was hoping for your help! I've broken it down into the factors/pros/cons that I'm considering.
-I went to UVic for undergrad so I feel more comfortable at a smaller school
-Community is important to me, and Queens seems to have such a good one
-I think I'm interested in criminal, and it would be a good opportunity to be near the prison
-Cheaper tuition/living than Osgoode
-The international law program in a castle looks 10/10
- Osgoode seems to have a lot of room to grow
-more diverse student body than Queens
-closer to my family, in Hamilton, but if I went to Queens I would get a car
-it would be nice to live with other law students in Osgoode Chambers
- From what I hear, it has the most class options for criminal, plus a lawyer I used to work for once said "if you want to be a litigator- go to Osgoode"
-location networking oppertunities
-more expensive tuition/ living
I already have a fair amount of student debt, so maybe once I know how much each school may offer me in bursaries will also help to make the decision. I guess what I'm ultimately trying to figure out is if I think Osgoode is worth the extra cost for me.
In advance- THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH