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  1. I remember hearing around that it was recommended to take at least one or two of your classes in French just to get familiar with the legal jargon in both languages, especially if you wanted to pass the bar in Quebec. Is this true? If so, does anybody have any recommendations as to what classes are best to take in French especially if you're not francophone and are more comfortable in English? Thanks!
  2. Accepted earlier today with condition that I complete my BA. My school doesn't use GPA's but I have an average of 88.3 (out of 100). No LSAT, strong (non-legal) EC's, decent work experience (non-legal), good references and fully bilingual.
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