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Hi guys. In case people wanted to converse re Ottawa OCIs I made a separate post. I saw that Conway Baxter Wilson and Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall sent out invites from the Toronto thread. Not sure who else has. 

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Does anyone know when the last school is running their Ottawa OCI's? So hypothetically the last point we would hear about In-firms?

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Queen's OCIs will be done by the end of the week

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A bit of advice. Once you receive an OCI invite, please don't be emailing multiple lawyers in the firm asking to meet for coffee prior to the day. That's not a good reflection on your judgment.

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anyone hear from Gowlings or Dentons? A friend of mine heard from Soloway Wright today and am wondering if anyone else is hearing anything?

 

EDIT: I didn't apply to Soloway but did for those two so am wondering.

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Interview offers went out for Dentons, Vincent Dagenais Gibson, LaBarge, Brazeau, Perley-Robertson and DS. (Some of those I heard through friends)

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Infirms for Stikeman Elliot went out on this past thursday for ottawa OCI.

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3 minutes ago, Nyrenthia said:

PFOs from BLG

Anyone hear from gowlings? or mccague?

Did you get a PFO over the weekend? When did you do OCI?

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21 minutes ago, kakoke said:

Did you get a PFO over the weekend? When did you do OCI?

Did the Ottawa OCIs at uOttawa on the 4th -5th

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Has anyone from the Toronto OCI on Friday heard from Soloway Wright?

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