Im planning on applying to several national firms in both their Toronto and Vancouver offices. I have connections to both cities, however, I heard this can have an impact on whether I receive an OCI or not as it raises “red flags”. I was wondering if anyone has some input on this, specially from upper year students!
I honestly pray that some of the people on the adcoms are parents so they actually understand the determination involved in having small kids and even *applying* to law school.
I'm in the same boat though, just trying to convince at least one school to let me in 😅 Give me a chance - I can do this, I promise!! I know it!
Simple and funny one
Purchaser sues seller for not disclosing that a commercial building is haunted
Most law profs use this case as a way into caveat emptor and latent defects
ugh this is my feeling too. I have somewhat mediocre stats (although I think some valid reasons for my lower GPA). But I was fairly confident that I could convince at least ONE school that I am law school-competent, given my work experience/maturity/adulting lol! I mean, I’ve kept two small humans alive 😆 While still doing all the other school/career/volunteering..
🤞 I guess!
**just realized this is under University of Ottawa.. where I did not apply lol oops
So, this is more of a general statement as a mature student, than related specifically to University of Ottawa. I read posts on this site by Most Recent, rather than by school 🤷🏻♀️ So didn’t notice this before commenting!