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  1. Besides cost, is there anything else I should consider? Or are the programs pretty equal in terms of employment opportunities in respective provinces?
  2. I have been accepted to TRU and U of C and I am unsure where to go. I would like to someday work in Alberta or BC but not in corporate law and probably in a small town. I have heard that U of Calgary is very corporate law focused, is this true? Would I be better off at TRU since it was established for the BC interior?
  3. Accepted today! cGPA: 3.0-3.1 L2: 3.5-3.6 LSAT: 154, 156, 158, 166 (Jan 2020) Applied special consideration because I had a difficult youth and I volunteered pretty expensively with at risk communities. Also, my application was completed on Tuesday because I had to reupload my transcript.
  4. Accepted a few days ago! AGPA: 3.71 Highest LSAT: 166 Index: around 79
  5. This might be a dumb question but how do people know if they have a strong letter of recommendation? I submitted two LoRs from professors that I took multiple classes with and got As or above in. I also conducted undergrad research with one of the professors and I think the letter for recommendation that he wrote for me was good but I don't know how to tell. Could someone let me know how to tell if Letters of Recommendation are strong, weak or just average? I am starting to doubt myself and my ability to be accepted. My L2 is 3.6 and highest LSAT is 158 (will be rewriting in Jan)... I graduated before covid-19 so those marks don't affect me and I have years of work experience in a non legal field but my job still requires a lot of research and technical writing. I am also on the board of two local charities. Do you think my chances are good?
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