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15 minutes ago, corporatesellout said:

Fasken a commencé les appels pour les étudiants de McGill. 

Stats: top 10% McGill

pour toi c'est quoi top 10%?

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34 minutes ago, corporatesellout said:

Fasken a commencé les appels pour les étudiants de McGill. 

Stats: top 10% McGill

Est ce qu’ils t’ont appelé avec un numéro masqué? 

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Ça serait plus facile de repérer les appels si on reprenait le tableau de l'année dernière.

Sentez-vous libres de le compléter et de rajouter des cabinets hors-course.

FIRM NAME

STATUS (Refusals sent, Calls started)

1. BCF

A appelé le 08/02

2. Bélanger Sauvé

 

3. Blake Cassels & Graydon

 

4. Borden Ladner Gervais

 

5. Clyde & Co 

 A appelé le 07/02 et 08/02

6. Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg

A appelé le 07/02 et 08/02

7. De Grandpré Chait

 

8. Dentons Canada

 

9. DLA Piper

 

10. Fasken

A appelé le 08/02

11. Goldwater Dubé

 

12. Gowling WLG

 

13. Langlois Avocats

 

14. Lapointe Rosenstein

 

15. Lavery

 

16. McCarthy Tétrault

 

17. McMillan 

 

18. Miller Thomson

 

19. Monette Barakett 

 

20. Morency

 

21. Norton Rose Fulbright 

 

22. Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt

 

23. Robinson Sheppard Shapiro

A appelé le 08/02

24. Smart & Biggar 

 

 

25. Spiegel Sohmer

A appelé le 08/02

26. Stikeman Elliott

 

27. Woods

 

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5 hours ago, ULAVAL123 said:

Quelqu'un sait si Davies a commencé à appeler Ulaval?

 

J'ai reçu un appel cet après-midi

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36 minutes ago, ULAVAL24 said:

J'ai reçu un appel cet après-midi

Indiscret de te demander tes stats?

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28 minutes ago, thejudgefudge said:

Mind sharing your stats and uni? Thanks and bravo !

 4.03 uqam 3e année 

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29 minutes ago, ULAVAL123 said:

Indiscret de te demander tes stats?

3,88, 3e année et je n'ai pas fait de Bacc avant.  

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RSS and Clyde called yesterday after 4pm, 3.7 Gpa, previous certificate at UdeM

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