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I was wondering if anyone has been through the 2L transfer process to get into Uvic. I am interested in transferring from Dal to Uvic after 1L, and was curious if anyone has any general idea (I know there would be would variation year to year) to the 1L grades necessary to be accepted for transfer? My undergrad GPA was 3.94/4.33 and my LSAT score was 161.

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I was also wondering about any successful experiences transferring from an out of province law school to UVic. My LSAT was 158 (really not that strong) and my undergrad GPA was 3.8/4.0. I have fairly compelling reasons to be back on the Island (close to family) and the job market I am interested in. Just looking to hear from anyone if you think I might be a successful transfer applicant or what your experience was transferring!

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