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  1. You will be certainly accepted to Ottawa!
  2. Oh, thank you very much for rectifying my misinformation. I appreciate it.
  3. As far as I know, it is the first time for Windsor to extend the application deadline for Dual JD.
  4. I would like to reserve my views of Queen's law regarding its treatment of Access applicants, but it seems to me that Queen's law intends to emphasize how the law school is inclusive of students with disability through its presentation of entering class profiles.
  5. I am not sure whether you know this or not, but the letter of offer for the Single JD indicates that incoming 1L students can apply to various bursaries and awards after August 15, 2019. So, I assume that we can be eligible for applying or receiving bursaries as well as awards only after formally becoming Windsor Law students.
  6. Rejected today. Applied under Access category; CGPA: 3.78, L2: 3.84, LSAT: 157 (an accommodated score), MA in history (A- average), and also currently doing combined Master programs of archival studies and museum studies (A- average). I am not disappointed at all as I have been accepted to Windsor Law and preferred Windsor to Lakehead. One fun fact: Initially, I believed that I should be accepted to Lakehead because my personal statements discussed the Supreme Court of Canada's decision of destroying the TRC records. I was sure that my personal statements well engaged in Indigenous law. However, I came to realize that my personal statements did not pertain to Lakehead's required topic (Indigenous law); I merely talked about Indigenous issues rather than Indigenous law. Accordingly, I have been necessarily expecting a rejection from Lakehead.
  7. Sorryt, but do you mean that Brock is a bad university? One of the smartest students in my current graduate program comes from Brock (My grad program is pretty difficult to get in; at least 3.5 /4 CGPA is required). Although she may be an exception, she is very proud of her university and Brock's programs!
  8. I like your points; Windsor Law's 2018-2019 Prospectus indicates that "92.23% of students secure positions one-year" after their graduations (page 17, https://www.uwindsor.ca/law/sites/uwindsor.ca.law/files/final_2018-2019_prospectus.pdf). However, Windsor Law has not specified if the above number solely pertains to its class of 2018 or concerns both single JD and dual JD students. That said, isn't the above number quite decent? (I am just 0L, so I have no idea of what overall hiring rates I would consider as decent ones.)
  9. Thank you so much! May 15th as well.
  10. Accepted this morning! First saw ‘admitted’ via UWinSite, and then received an acceptance email at 10:17 am. I have been ‘Referred to Admissions Committee’ since April 17th; so I have heard back this decision from Windsor quite quickly. Stats are: 3.78 CGPA, 3.84 L2, 157 LSAT (an accommodated score), MA in History (A- average), currently doing combined Master programs of archival studies and museum studies (A- average), and very social justice-oriented ECs, i.e. volunteer at LGBTQ archives and participations in labour movements. I am so so happy!! This is my first acceptance!!
  11. Hello, friend. I have not still heard back anything either. I have just been waiting for any decisions from uOttawa since last November, but I currently expect either rejection or waitlist. Stats are: 3.78 CGPA, 3.84 L2, 157 LSAT (an accommodated score), MA in History (A- average), currently doing a combined Master programs of archival studies and museum studies (A- average), and an Access/Mature applicant. Good luck!
  12. I generally agree with your interpretation although I have an impression that Western Law has been significantly using holistic evaluations of applicants since the appointment of its new dean. Thus, I think that Western law's admission decisions would be quite unpredictable.
  13. Hey, please stay positive! Given Windsor law's holistic evaluation processes, there should be no reason that you necessarily expect a rejection or waitlist notification. Rather, you may shortly get in Winsor although Windsor law may not be your top choice. Good luck!
  14. Waitlisted on April 12th. Can be considered as a mature/access applicant. Stats are: CGPA 3.78, L2 3.84, LSAT 157 (an accommodated score), MA in History (A- average), and also currently doing a combined Master programs of archival studies and museum studies (A- average). Other than having been rejected from U of T Law, Osgoode is the second school that informs me of any decisions regarding my application. (I certainly thought that I would be rejected from Osgoode.) Although I have applied to all law schools in Ontario, I have not received any acceptances yet. Given that tons of strong applicants are placed in Osgoode's waitlist pool, I indeed do not have any high expectations. I am just honored with this waitlist notification; I have already registered the 2019 July LSAT. Best of luck with all!
  15. I have already known your concerns about GPA; hope your LSAT scores compensate for your GPA issues!
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