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  1. Accepted Today!!! CGPA - 3.36 (theres hope) L2 - 3.9 LSAT - 159 Super Excited! Good Luck to Everyone Waiting!
  2. I didn’t receive an email either, I called in to make sure everything is okay, and was told that they will likely update us on Tuesday. As long as you paid before the deadline you will be fine.
  3. It gives you the option to select the schools you want to be considered for even when you decline. Not sure if it works the same way as a provisional acceptance option.
  4. I believe you just email them or let it expire to decline. Can anyone confirm that you just need to pay the deposit to accept?
  5. Hey! Looking to make my decision in the next few days. Are there any current students or grads that can comment on their experience at Dalhousie, Opportunities within the school (clinics) and OCI's? How realistic is Bay St/Toronto as a Dalhousie graduate?
  6. Hey! Looking to make my decision in the next few days. Are there any current students or grads that can comment on their experience at Windsor, Opportunities within the school (clinics) and OCI's? How realistic is Bay St/Toronto as a Windsor graduate?
  7. I agree that Windsor Single/Ottawa should be your choice over the dual degree. If you are interest in anything related to the Government, Ottawa is the answer. For corporate - based on my research and people I’ve spoken to at Ottawa, Windsor and other schools, choose Windsor Single. then again, what do I know... stuck between two schools myself
  8. I have heard this as well! Definitely something to consider
  9. Hey, just wondering what my chances are looking like at this point CGPA: 3.36/4 L2: 3.9/4 LSAT: 159
  10. Definitely taking that possibility into consideration. I know Windsor has been doing well on Bay St and places more students there than Dal, but like you said, I see Dal as closer to a Western/Queens and it’s difficult to shake that reputation
  11. Hey Everyone, I'm posting because I have been admitted to the Windsor Single JD Program and the Schulich School of Law, and am completely torn between the two. These were two of my top choices, and I believe each has its advantages, namely: Dalhousie: More of an emphasis on Business Law (ability to specialize in Business Law) Reputation Once in a lifetime experience (lived in Ontario my whole life) Windsor: Located in Ontario (I want to practice in Toronto) Closer to family and friends I am interested in Business Law (no specific area at the moment) and hope to practice in Toronto. Any thoughts on this?
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