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  1. @Deadpool thanks for the information! So considering all that you said, which amongst the two would be the better pick in that case?
  2. Thanks a ton for putting in the effort and compiling such helpful information! Really appreciate it. However, don't you think it is better to attend in class lectures on the NCA subjects than just self study it and appear for them on our own? Considering the aim for most NCA candidates is to finally be able to practice law in Canada, I'm assuming the former would be more fruitful when it comes down to understanding the concepts of law and also in a way as they're all first year law courses it will somewhat bring you closer to what the JD students study (I may be wrong here).
  3. Thanks for the information! This, however, now has me confused. How was the experience at OsgoodePD for you? Did it help you secure an articling position?
  4. Thanks a ton, this has been really insightful. Just one more thing, so if I had to choose between two ways of going about getting done with my accreditation, that are: Get enrolled in an LLM program that helps me fulfill my NCA requirements and then find an articling position through the career services provided by said law school and the networking I do during the course of the LLM program. OR Just complete my NCA exams and enroll into the LPP program and hope for the best. I'm only 23, so age is on my side. I'm willing to struggle and work really hard to get to a decent job over a prolonged time period, if need be. What according to you would be the better way to go about it? THANKS A TON, again!
  5. Thank you so much. What about completing my NCA exam requirements before I go for an LLM? From my research the top law schools seem to be U of T, UBC, McGill, Osgoode and Queen's?
  6. I think it also depends on what law school you graduate from in India. I personally know a few people from India working in big law firms at Bay Street. However, they had work experience in India backing them up. I would just like to know if you were to rank Canadian law schools based on their LLM programs, how would that list go?
  7. I think it also depends on what law school you graduate from in India. I personally know a few people from India working in big law firms at Bay Street. However, they had work experience in India backing them up. I would just like to know if you were to rank Canadian law schools based on their LLM programs, how would that list go?
  8. This has been super helpful, thanks. I've gone through the NCA requirements and the website. All I really want to know is what would be the best law school to go for keeping aside meeting the NCA criteria?
  9. Hey, have already done that. Thanks.
  10. Hello. I'm a lawyer from India, I plan on coming to Canada for my LLM and thereafter pass the NCAs and hopefully the bar exams and practice for a bit. I know this is more of an undergrad targeted webpage, however, it would be great if I could get some help with regards to how law schools in Canada rank when it comes to law specifically with regards to a LLM program? Also what would be the best school to go to and also end up networking enough to land an articling position? Is it achievable to do so as an international lawyer or should one not get their hopes high and spend a truckload of money? Thanks in advance!
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