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  1. I believe that might be a slight overstatement. McGill in the 2L recruit (often 3L for McGill students) for example places about 30-35% of the annual class into Montreal "biglaw" firms through the course aux stages process; about 10-15% into Bay Street; environ 5% in NY and another 15-20% spread between Calgary, Vancouver, Ottawa and Halifax. This of course does not take into account those finding jobs through the various 1L recruits, clerks or those finding positions in firms in other mid-sized/smaller centers. Based on my understanding of U of T numbers on whole are not substantially different. The 2L recruit I understand amounts to about 45-50% of the class with jobs on Bay and 5-10% in the US. I'm not sure what the placement rates are in other large markets (help me out u of t folks) but I don't think it's disproportionately higher. In terms of perception vis a vis american schools, QS and THE guide places both McGill and U of T among the T-14's. With tuition at 40k annually vs. 10k, I think you're paying a lot for a marginal to no advantage. Dust off those french books people! https://www.timeshighereducation.com/world-university-rankings/2019/subject-ranking/law#!/page/0/length/25/sort_by/rank/sort_order/asc/cols/stats https://www.theguardian.com/higher-education-network/2018/feb/28/qs-world-university-rankings-2018-law
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