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  1. It had something to do with the "vomitorium".
  2. I had unusual study habits, at least, so I was told. I never studied the day before an exam.....ever. I kept up all semester and studied when exam time approached until I was comfortable that I "had it". The day before the exam I'd just skim for about 20 minutes....tops. Spent the day doing anything but law. People thought I was nuts but it worked for me. And I surfed that bell curve all the way to graduation.
  3. Everything I did was hand written. No problems at all. Do what works for you.
  4. Agree with Prof above (re: unnecessary) . I was a police officer before law school. I think it helped me get in, though once there, things leveled out pretty quick. People sought me out for help with crim, and I benefited from their help in other subjects, but it wasn't too long before we were all in the same boat.
  5. Nope. Did it happened there too? Yeesh...
  6. I never liked formalities. I didn't go to my undergrad or my law school graduation. I had to go to my Bar call of course as I had to be sworn (Ont). To my surprise, I had a really great time. It was a lot of fun. People clapping and cheering, laughing, photos, smiling, it was really great! I was called in another province a few years later (mobility agreement) and what a difference! Small, quiet, solemn.....and dreary. One judge had a mean scowl on her face as she surveyed the room. I'm thinking WTF? The room was full of hard working students who had invested an incredible amount of time, effort, and money into becoming a legal professional, and their proud families and friends, and this judge was looking at everyone like we were all there as accused at the sentencing phase of a criminal trial. Give me a break. I'll take the Ontario experience any day!
  7. @iora97 .....Party 1 letting party 2 out of a contract will infantilize party 2. If you can live with that, then ask Queen's to let you out. I doubt they will though. But that doesn't mean they are a bunch of mean old bastards.....after all, you are an adult who made a contract.....aren't you?
  8. Hmmm.......kind of like having to declare your house does not contain urea formaldehyde foam insulation I guess.
  9. You forgot Property, the bane of all first year law students. Springing interest, shifting interest,....Gahhh! …..hopping, skipping, jumping, and dancing interest....it was terrible! 🤢
  10. I have experience in both Thunder Bay and Fredericton. Freddy Beach wins hands down.
  11. I posted in another thread......this kind of debt, and now payment periods of up to 25 years? This really is a mortgage on a house you can't live in. And is there a guarantee your interest rate remain at prime plus .5% for 25 years or is it reassessed every 5 years or so...... like a mortgage? I don't know......
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