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  1. Don't get me wrong...I love reading (I regularly blast through a novel in a day), but I would rather not read all day in my job as a lawyer. I like talking with people. I like writing. And I'd like to have enough eye-power left to read my novel before bed. Any suggestions as to what areas of law or types of legal practice I should aim for? Thanks in advance!
  2. Hi everyone, I'm at another Canadian law school (1L) and I'm hoping to transfer into UVic. I'm originally from Victoria, and I applied to UVic Law twice and was rejected both times. Do you think they would let me in as a transfer student? My 1L grades are fair (B+ average) and my undergrad GPA was 3.95/4.00. My LSAT score wasn't great though (156). What do you think? Do I have a chance?
  3. Which school in BC are you leaving? I'm trying to get back into BC, so maybe I can take your place
  4. Hi everyone, I'm looking for some advice. I want to practice Environmental Law but I can't stand Federalism. I just can't deal with Provinces and the Feds squabbling about jurisdiction. So, does anyone have any suggestions about where I should focus my career search if I want to save the planet but I'm not interested in the semantics of the constitution? Thanks for your advice!!
  5. I'm moving for the study groups! I'm from Victoria, and since there are only 3 of us in our cohort from BC, there won't be enough people locally to study with. I don't want to do this on my own!!
  6. Yep! It's called UNB Law - Class of 2023 (official). See you there!
  7. Hi there, I've just received my offer of admission, but I haven't heard if USask is going online or not in the fall. Have you heard any official word from the College of Law? Thanks!
  8. Accepted today. GPA 3.85, LSAT 156. USask connection: Grandpa did his law degree there. Not sure if that's a strong connection or not. Will be declining, as have accepted another offer.
  9. Although they are written about the UK legal system, they are applicable to Canadian Common law too. If you are interested in learning more about the law in general, or studying law, these are very informative. Letters to a Law Student (2nd ed.) by Nicholas J. McBride What About Law: Studying Law at University (2nd ed.) by Catherine Barnard, Graham Virgo and Janet O'Sullivan The Law Machine by Marcel Berlins and Clare Dyer Law: A Very Short Introduction by Raymond Wacks International Law: A Very Short Introduction by Vaughan Lowe Environmental Law: A Very Short Introduction by Elizabeth Fisher Critical Thinking: the basics by Stuart Hanscomb Make me an offer I'm in Victoria.
  10. I have 6 LSAT prep books that are in like-new condition. No marks inside! 2019 Logical Reasoning Bible and Workbook 2019 Reading Comprehension Bible and 2018 Workbook 2019 Logical Analysis Bible and Workbook Make me an offer. Paid $300 new.
  11. Where are you located? I'm in Victoria and I'm selling 6 Powerscore LSAT prep books that are in like-new condition. I also have some books about studying law in the UK.
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