I had above average grades, particularly in criminal-related courses. However, you’re going to need above average grades to ge tan interview for most Crown positions, regardless of whether they are in your home province or not.
Yes, I did end up working in Crown prosecutions, but not immediately after graduation.
With respect to determining what is or is not in the public interest, with respect, I think you’re misunderstanding how Crown charge assessment works. Whether a prosecution is or is not in the public interest is going to be based on policy and Crown guidelines (see the recent simple possession issue, as an example). Also, when if a Crown makes a decision not to charge a file, that is most often going to be because it fails to meet the evidentiary standard (the first branch of the charge assessment test).
November 1, 2020 (11:59 pm ET)
Deadline for applications to first-year English programs.
Deadline for OLSAS to receive transcripts and references for first-year English applications.