Most law schools don't include grades from a second undergrad or a Master's in their GPA calculation. At best, they go towards "soft" factors. I believe UofA and UofM are the exception, though you should double-check that.
Are there any rules around coordinating with robes though? Because if so, my sports-themed masks are going to be a problem 😉
Side note, we are going to look like executioners. The bat wing robes, the mask... heh.
Western's website also says this, so I am confused. "This means that if you did not take 5 courses per semester in your last 4 semesters of university, your “Last 2” may include academic terms that precede your third year of study (depending on your timeline and whether you were full- or part-time). If you apply to law school in your final year of university, we are likely to include your Fall term in the calculation of your “Last 2” years OR we may defer our final decision until your winter term grades arrive and include your entire fourth year in the “Last 2” calculation. This is a decision we make based on the strength of your academic record as a whole."