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1) Does Law Society of BC phone and check all the places during employer background checks? Who would I put if it is the supervisor changed?

2) Should I let my previous supervisors know that Law Society will call them to check? Is it like the med school application where they call to verify?

3) How long does it take for the Law Society of BC to process the Law Society Admission Program Enrolment?

 

Thanks!!

 

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LSUC is Ontario, not BC: are you asking about both?

I have been a principal to a student and didn’t receive any calls - but that’s probably because I filled out a gajillion pages of paperwork, all signed and witnessed, at regular (required) intervals throughout. 

 

Edit: just realized you meant prelaw  jobs. I have no idea. 

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