Accepted March 27th.
3.8 L2, self calculated
166 LSAT, only write
Did e-interview later than 2 weeks after receiving email, and bombed half of the questions.
Decent references and mediocre softs.
Will be declining.
Accepted back in February by email
Mature student with lots of relevant work experience over the last ten years (worked for provincial government coordinating large class action litigations, advising ministers on implications of operational and legislative changes, policy analysis, etc)
LSAT 164/cGPA 3.07
I was also looking for suggested reading and completely understand the reasoning behind just enjoying this time, but I’d also like to read some thought-provoking books and even better if they are related to law or the justice system. Any suggestions would be welcomed!
I’m currently finishing Had It Coming by Robyn Doolittle. She was the journalist that broke the Rob Ford crack story and in this book looks at the #metoo movement and the justice system in Canada. It’s a surprisingly “quick read” given the subject matter is heavy.
Another book I read years ago but really enjoyed is Dancing Naked in the Mind Field but Kary Mullis. It isn’t specific to law and does go a little conspiracy-theory at times, but he critically looks at everything we think we know. He won Nobel prize in chemistry in the 90s for his work on DNA replication but is the opposite of a stereotypical chemistry genius and is more of a surfer dude who talks about dropping acid.
Anyone else got some suggestions?