Currently, I am a 0L that will be going to CalgaryLaw in the fall. I would like to know if anyone has any ideas on how I could one day practice law in California. I heard that after I receive my JD I could look at doing a L.L.M to learn American Law and then write the Bar. Also if anyone has any ideas on best ways to secure employment and get a sponsorship from the company to work in Cali that would be really appreciated!
As others have said, increasing your LSAT score is the best way to improve your odds. If you can increase it by 5 points, you're competitive at a decent amount of schools. From there, it really depends on how particular schools calculate your GPA, but if allowed, you can retake courses with the worst grade and try to get As in them to improve your GPA.
If your goal is to end up in biglaw it's an absolute no-brainer to choose Queen's. The placement rates and reputation there put it in an entirely different league than Windsor.
The alumni network at Queen's is also very eager to offer guidance and the CDO is terrific.