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Hi! Just have a quick question about letters of reference. 

I have contacted my profs and they’ve agreed to writing me letters. Just wondering about the process of them sending it in. Once I complete an application, will the schools request it from them (send an email to the profs I have listed), or will I have to provide my profs with the schools admissions email to send it in?

I can provide them with the law school admissions emails, I just don’t want to overwhelm them with six different emails to contact if the schools end up requesting it from them directly. 

I’m planning to apply to UBC, UVIC, UOfA, UofS, TRU, and UofC. 

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