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  1. Thanks - you've given me a lot to think about. Much appreciated!
  2. Hi everyone, I'm planning to apply in the 2022 cycle and I wanted to ask some questions about the JD/MA program at Ottawa and studying international law/affairs in general. My stats are: 158 LSAT, 3.80-ish cGPA (OLSAS). I'm currently in my 3rd year of undergrad. From what I've read on this forum, I think I have a solid chance at getting in to Ottawa's English common law program (but please let me know if I'm wrong about that). I was wondering if anybody knows how competitive the admission to NPSIA is. On their website it says that they look for a B+ average or higher, but I'm wondering if I have a good chance at admission without strong ECs etc. Also, more generally, I was wondering what studying international law/affairs in Ottawa looks like. I understand that a lot of people say that there's no money/jobs in this field and I was wondering if that's true. My goal is to work for the federal government or an international organization, maybe GAC or something similar. Do you have to be a top student/outstanding applicant to land jobs like these? Or are they achievable for people with more average law school grades/resumes? Basically, I'm trying to find out if I'm being idealistic and chasing a job that doesn't really exist (or one that only exists for a very small number of people with outstanding qualifications). What are some common career paths in international law? Thanks in advance!
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