So far I’ve been lucky enough to get accepted at Queen’s and UOttawa, but I’m struggling to decide where to provisionally accept before the April 1 deadline (Osgoode is my first choice, but I haven’t heard anything from them yet). I was originally interested in policy however, I’m also a big people person and would definitely want to be doing work as a lawyer that includes interactions with clients. I’ve spoken to a lawyer who mentioned that if I am a people person I might not want to do policy work as that does not include a lot of client interaction. I’m also potentially interested in litigation (not sure what field), family law, and constitutional law (I know this is a long shot for many people’s careers) but I’m really not set on anything at this point. Definitely relying on law school to give me the knowledge/experiences to sort through that. I’m also from Toronto and would ideally like to end up back here, but I’d be open to gaining some experience elsewhere at the start of my career if necessary. I’ve heard lots about the clinic program at Queen’s which is definitely appealing to me, as well as the smaller class size (after coming from a big university) and am currently leaning in that direction but haven’t made up my mind. I know this is a lot of information to sort through, apologies in advance; I’m really just looking for the school that will give me the best overall opportunities regardless of what area I decide to practice in. Thank you all!