All Ontario law schools will just consider a Masters degree as an extra curricular activity.
The University of Alberta law school will certainly take Masters grades into account when the law school assesses applicants' grades.
Hey! Was wondering if anyone knows how much a masters means when applying to law school. I.e. do law schools take your masters grades into account? Is it considered an asset to law schools? Is it better to do a masters or take a year off?
anything anyone knows regrading the relationship between a masters degree and Law school would be helpful
It’s worth noting that there are currently
239 members who aren’t admin in the group, take that as you will. I believe they look for a class of ~200-215 people.
And this is right, you get a link in an email when you are accepted!