I am looking for some advice. I applied to all of the Ontario Law School's last cycle - and got rejected from all of them (not all too surprisingly). I have a 3.9 GPA but it's from a University Degree taken at a college (Humber) and because of that OLSAS doesn't calculate it, so it's up to the schools individually I believe to decide how to view it. I figure though it doesn't end up being seen as a 3.9 (though I am unsure). And I had a 154 LSAT Score. I didn't really have anything else going for me - and my statements, and reference letters I am sure weren't anything special.
So, I am now taking my Masters at Wilfrid Laurier in Criminology. I am re-taking the LSAT in November and I am currently practicing at a 160-65. I am doing my research at Laurier in Sports Law. I just got elected to the Appeal Committee at Laurier for all Graduate students. I am also participating in organizing and presenting in a conference. I am also a research assistant.
What else do I do? Am I on the right track? I am making good connections with professors in hopes for good reference letters, I am expanding my very limited community involvement by participating in committee's and projects at Laurier. I know Master's marks aren't counted towards anything, but will the fact that I am at a university help at least?
I will be applying not this cycle, but the cycle after (so for Sept 2020), so I have time to fix up my CV essentially.
Please any help, or advice would be greatly appreciated!