I attended the Q&A webinar last week and the overarching sentiment is that they don’t know what will happen yet. Big lectures will almost 100% be online but they are trying to see if they can hold some smaller classes and extracurriculars in person. I filled out the form to keep myself in consideration for an offer even though I’m waiting to hear more information about classes before deciding. I don’t think that anything is binding until you’ve signed your offer. I figured I can always just decline the offer if I no longer want to live there. Hopefully we will know more information about classes soon!
thanks for the info! Maybe I don't understand what I'm in for in L1, I thought it was all about the courses,with clinical intensives and such in later years. I do remember hearing we could apply to be intake workers in clinic, and that might still be happening because the Parkdale clinic should be really really busy with family law, employment issues and landlord/tenant. Even if not in person, I figured it might be happening remotely.
I'm at Osgoode if it makes any difference.
Does anyone know what classes are going to look like? Will it be strictly online or will there be specific classes where we will be expected to be on campus? I emailed admissions and all they told me is that “more information will be available soon” but york housing said I have to decide whether or not I will keep residence by Sunday at noon.
Super stressed over this- what is everyone else doing?
Your thread title states "Is a high student-to-lawyer ratio in a firm a red flag?" but then you immediately state:
Very few students for a large number of lawyers is a low student-to-lawyer ratio aka a high lawyer-to-student ratio. So, which are you asking about: Your forum title (high student-to-lawyer ratio), your leading sentence (low student-to-lawyer ratio), or both? Or neither?