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Pour que tous puissent se tenir au courant pendant la fameuse course aux stages. 

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On 2/7/2020 at 10:11 PM, CoureurDuCepsum said:

Combien de cabinets visez vous cette année?

 

5 pour ma part

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Does anyone know what it means when you see “Reviewed” in green in the application section on the Portal?

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I think it just means they have received your file and probably also made sure you submitted all necessary docs.

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2 hours ago, BigLaw101 said:

I think it just means they have received your file and probably also made sure you submitted all necessary docs.

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There's no rule that you have to use French in this section of the forum. I deleted some posts asking that. Please leave the moderating to the moderators.

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Avez-vous reçu des courriels pour accuser réception de vos dossiers de candidature ? 

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5 hours ago, ULaval82 said:

Avez-vous reçu des courriels pour accuser réception de vos dossiers de candidature ? 

Oui, Norton, Miller, Fasken, McCarthy et Torys

 

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26 minutes ago, CoureurDesBois said:

Quand est-ce que les appels commencent?

Si on se fie à ce qui est arrivé l'année passée, dès demain

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2 hours ago, CoureurDesBois said:

Quand est-ce que les appels commencent?

Norton annoncent dans leur accusé de réception que l'étude des candidatures se fera la semaine du 17 février, donc je pense qu'il faudra attendre la semaine prochaine pour certains 

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1 hour ago, ULaval82 said:

Norton annoncent dans leur accusé de réception que l'étude des candidatures se fera la semaine du 17 février, donc je pense qu'il faudra attendre la semaine prochaine pour certains 

Parles-tu de Norton Québec? Parce qu'ils annoncent la semaine du 10 (cette semaine) pour Montréal.

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11 hours ago, BigLaw101 said:

Parles-tu de Norton Québec? Parce qu'ils annoncent la semaine du 10 (cette semaine) pour Montréal.

Oui, Norton Québec :) 

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Estce que ca change quelque chose si tu ne recois pas l’accusé de reception pour un cabinet? Alors que certain étudiants l’aurait reçu 

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18 minutes ago, UdeM82 said:

Estce que ca change quelque chose si tu ne recois pas l’accusé de reception pour un cabinet? Alors que certain étudiants l’aurait reçu 

Si tu fais référence à Norton, je ne l'ai pas reçu non plus! Je pense que tous ceux qui ont appliqué relativement tard (mardi-mercredi) n'en n'ont pas reçu

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