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  1. @AliasFinch thank you! I'm actually waiting to hear back from Mcgill, I've heard that the career prospects are unmatched! @BlockedQuebecois thank you! that's what I've heard, especially because Queen's students tend to place very highly when it comes to OCI's.
  2. @shawniebear @Deadpool Thank you for replying! Assuming that I'm going to practice in Toronto, would I be at a huge disadvantage by choosing Queen's over Osgoode? Personally, I'm leaning towards Queen's, but I don't want to decline Osgoode solely on the basis of a "less appealing social aspect." Although Queen's students seem to place very well when it comes to OCI's, I'm still having difficulty declining Osgoode...
  3. @Deadpool Thank you!! This is exactly what I was looking for. It's great to know that UBC grads still have a chance of landing Toronto OCI's.
  4. Hi everyone, I was recently admitted into Osgoode and Queen's, and am still waiting to hear back from UBC. I am from BC, and hope to practice in BC, but may want to work in Toronto, and eventually hope to pass the NY bar and practice there, if possible. I love the proximity of Osgoode to downtown Toronto, and know that many grads end up working at prestigious firms in downtown Toronto. As well, I've heard that New York recruits directly form Osgoode. Having said this, I am slightly deterred from choosing Osgoode, as I have heard questionable things about the location and the social aspect at the school. Is there anyone who attended Osgoode who would be able to share some insight on their experience? As for Queen's, I really like the international opportunities that they provide, and have heard great things about the school community. I am leaning slightly more towards Queen's at the moment, but would choosing Queen's over Osgoode put me at a disadvantage in terms of career prospects? I haven't heard of that many students who have gone off to work in New York from Queen's, but that could be because they never intended to in the first place. Thanks for taking the time to read this, I really appreciate it!
  5. Got in a few hours ago! LSAT: 161 CGPA: 3.85
  6. Accepted!!! L2: 3.85, CGPA: 3.65 LSAT: 161
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