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  1. Just got accepted off the waitlist, but will be declining. 3 weeks notice is not enough time to make the move out from BC and find pet-friendly accommodation. I didn't know my waitlist # so I didn't make any arrangements in advance. Too bad.
  2. Just got accepted off the waitlist, but will be declining. 3 weeks notice is not enough time to make the move all the way from BC! I didn't know my waitlist # so I didn't make any arrangements in advance. Too bad.
  3. Hey @leveredge, thanks for offering to answer questions! I just started a new thread, but I thought I'd ask here too: I have a dog, and I'm wondering if you have any recommendations for where I could look for a place to live while at Law School at UNB? This may be premature, as I've only been shortlisted for the JD program at Ludlow Hall for Fall 2019. but IF I get accepted over the summer, I want to be prepared to drop everything and move (I'm currently living in BC). My doggie is 30 lbs - don't know if size restrictions make a difference. Are landlords generally pet-friendly in Fredericton? I assume University residences are out of the question. Thanks for your advice!
  4. Hi all, I have a dog, and I'm wondering if you have any recommendations for where I could look for a place to live while at Law School at UNB? This may be premature, as I've only been shortlisted for the JD program at Ludlow Hall for Fall 2019. but IF I get accepted over the summer, I want to be prepared to drop everything and move (I'm currently living in BC). My doggie is 30 lbs - don't know if size restrictions make a difference. Are landlords generally pet-friendly in Fredericton? I assume University residences are out of the question. Thanks for your advice!
  5. I also got that email today. Bummed that I can't know what position I am on the waitlist, as I'm supposed to sign a lease this week in Victoria. I would hold off if I thought I had a good chance, but I have no way of knowing.
  6. Rejected sometime in March. GPA 3.95/4 LSAT 151 (no surprise there - *apparently* the average LSAT score at UVic is 166/92nd percentile) Regular category. Older student with 4 degrees and tonnes of work experience.
  7. Hey! Just to clarify...is rent $975/month, or $975 for 2 months?
  8. Yeah, exactly! For the example, if you do the CCLF exchange at U of S or U of C, you get a certificate. Graduating from McGill proves that you're functionally bilingual. So I'm just wondering if any other Universities give some kind of official recognition for French proficiency
  9. Hi all, I'm considering which Law schools to apply to, and I'm drawn to the idea of doing a program that would allow me to get some formal credit for my French language proficiency (I'm Anglo, but I did my Master's degree at U de M, and I previously taught French in schools K-10). I don't think a fully francophone program (U of Ottawa / Université de Moncton) would be within my reach, if I'm realistic. At the moment I'm thinking I'd like to practice Environmental Law in B.C, but I'm not 100% sure. From what I've read on other forums, the CCLF could be particularly useful for articling/clerkship and Court of appeal, Federal Courts, or the SCC. Is it worth it for me? The thought of Mooting in French scares me (or in English, for that matter!!), and my French academic writing is...slow (I did all of my academic writing in English at U de M. Aural comprehension is good though). But I just feel like I should pursue the French option because I can. I like the thought of doing the bilingual program at McGill, but I'm not sure the Civil law qualification would be useful for me if I'm not planning to practice in Quebec. Maybe it wouldn't hurt though? I am also interested in UVic and Dal for their Environmental programs, and UBC and TRU cause they're in the province I eventually want to practice in. But none of these schools seem to offer any kind of extra credit for French language proficiency. Am I wrong? I would have thought that UNB would have some kind of French language credit, being in a bilingual province, but I can't find anything to suggest that they do. Could it be that Université de Moncton holds all the French cards in N.B? This is all purely theoretical, as I haven't even been applied or been accepted at any of these schools yet Any advice would be much appreciated! Kathryn
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