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Schooliscool last won the day on April 9 2020

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  1. This is very different in the covid-era (might be university dependent), but at TRU we have weekly assignment's in groups, midterm assignments done in our groups (worth 30%), and other assignments required to do in groups.
  2. While I know I am still very early in my legal education, I've been finding those two classes the ones I enjoy the most. What are some areas of the law I can move forward or jobs I can possibly do with these two central themes? Or will I end up hating both by the end of the year?
  3. What are some words you find yourself writing a million times a day but continue to spell wrong each time? I'll go first with "constitution" and "constitutionality". Runner up is "statue" vs "statutes".
  4. The 2007 edition one? Or the 2019 student edition?
  5. There's an overwhelming amount of readings to begin with and I'm not sure if I'm disadvantaged by not reading them? This question mainly stems from my Property Law class at TRU. There's typically 6+ cases assigned each week as further readings but I can't seem to find the time to get through them nor do they come up in the lecture... Any advice? Thoughts? Personal experience?
  6. The meme of that dog holding his coffee while everything around him is on fire? That's been me the past two weeks.
  7. My final transcript was sent from my institution on May 11th and it has yet to be received. I'd imagine COVID has something to do with it but seems like it is a much slower cycle...
  8. I’d assume everyone left on the waitlist would have gotten it?
  9. This blows my mind considering public schools are opening back up on Monday...
  10. Same here. It’s an easy enough drive to go if any events were to happen, but I can’t seem to justify spending the rent when we live close enough and don’t have to be on campus
  11. No problem! No hard feelings as it was at the bottom of my list (whole family is on the west coast). I applied in early October! I calculated my CGPA with drops to be around that but I might have done it wrong. I didn't pay much attention!
  12. This link is fantastic! Thank you so much
  13. Honoured to be the first poster! Received an email at 3:10am (PST) that there had been updates made to my account. GPA: 3.63 (Unconfirmed). LSAT: 157 (last/best of three). Subjectively strong EC's and reference letters but no connection to the East.
  14. Wow! Thank you all for the (mostly) useful advice! I truly appreciate it! I ask so early because it is my understanding if one is interested in pursuing their LLM, they require publications and the right connections with professors? I am interested in pursuing elder law, with a specific passion for protecting/advocating against elder abuse. I have looked through the class lists at most of the Canadian law school classes and found minimal offered on the topic (minus the clinic at Queens)! As of right now, I am extremely motivated to go through the years of academia (doing research on the topic) and becoming an educator to others on the topic! The ultimate goal would be to educate the future group of lawyers and start a broader conversation on ageism. If that helps with any future advice, I'd love to hear it!
  15. I was wondering if anyone on here (or if anyone knows of anyone who) has pursued law school knowing they want to go into academia, and successfully became a law professor? Any regrets? Did you go straight into an LLM and PhD after your JD? Any information would be useful!
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