Let's put it this way:
You will have to battle off the stereotype that you are in that program because you couldn't get into a regular Canadian law program. So you're starting at a disadvantage.
Good grades will help. But good grades are needed from pretty much every Canadian school to get interviews, with certain schools having firms go deeper into the classes because of the stronger student population going in.
So you need to do more well than those students in other programs, relative to your own program.
Now I can't comment how Windsor dual students do generally - I have no idea. But on aggregate, any student from that program is likely to have a tougher time getting employment than any student from any other program - all else equal.
I am likely going into the Windsor Dual, and just wondering if you could expand on this. Do Windsor Dual students have a rough time getting summer placements even if they get good grades? What is considered an average student?
How do you simply find an apartment and move in within a week? I'm at least a 6 hour drive from the closest school in Ontario, a 12 hour drive for the farthest. What makes you think you can get in an apartment that fast and also move your entire life in a matter of weeks?
I've spent enough time apartment hunting during undergrad, it's not a one week-process. And moving is not that easy either without your own car.