If you accept an offer at UBC and want to accept an offer elsewhere after, you can do so. Ontario schools work differently, like Canuck said, as they all seem to be connected. Outside of Ontario, the law schools are independent from one another, so you have more flexibility to withdraw from an acceptance.
Most advisors at the clinic are already law students, so I am very lucky to have this opportunity. Do you have any recommendations for me to further increase my chances? I am planning on applying in about a year or so. I appreciate you responding and helping out!
Also, I retook a total of 2 courses (one was because I put a PASS during Covid and wanted to redo it, and the other is because I took it during my first year and did poorly), is this too much? I was thinking of either retaking a 3rd one or just taking a non-credit course to boost up my CGPA
I didn't attend UBC for law school but I saw your question on the sidebar. Outside of Ontario there are no consequences to withdrawing an acceptance (other than forfeiting your deposit).
Since Ontario schools all use OLSAS they all know when you've accept an offer at an Ontario school. Ontario schools don't know if you've accepted an offer at a non-Ontario school. Similarly, no schools outside of Ontario know whether you've accepted at any other school.
A classmate of mine accepted Windsor's offer then withdrew and took an offer from TRU instead. Someone else very close to me accepted an offer at USask then withdrew and took an offer at UBC instead. This happens very often since students obviously want to hedge their bets.
I would expect you to get in - those are solid stats.
Work experience is good. Having no ECs is only a bad thing if the rest of your time was spent doing literally nothing.
Your major makes 0 difference to admissions decisions at TRU.
Once you have accepted your offer and have payed the deposit, but get accepted to a school you were on the waitlist for, are you obligated to that acceptance? I would assume the deposit would be gone, but what would be the other consequences of doing so if it is allowed?