I was sent a document tonight at 9:30 that is going to our GC and asked to review it immediately so as to not hold things up. I know it's a pandemic and all, but I had a zoom social event planned! Luckily they had cancelled, so I didn't have to tell our GC to wait until tomorrow for my minor comments.
Thanks for the update! I do think the application status is the thing most people are concerned about. Especially the ones who are still in school and have everything received except for final transcripts. It's reassuring you can receive that email while still having "action required."
@pyrrah thank you! This is all terrific info My main thing is that if I move across the country I want to do so specifically to settle in Vancouver and it seems like any BC school will give me similar chances.
Also really cool that TRU has a mandatory international component! While opportunities to practice international law are extremely rare I appreciate the emphasis from the school to promote it as it's always been of interest to me academically as well as professionally.
Apologies in advance if this is the wrong forum to ask this, but I am a Canadian citizen currently attending American law school and this summer I'm looking to apply to a few places in Canada (specifically the Ontario ministry of attorney general). I was wondering, does anybody have any recommendations for criminal law/constitutional law materials that I should read up on to familiarize myself with Canadian law in general? Could be landmark cases, recently decided important cases, or just general supplementary material would be helpful as well. Unfortunately, all I know so far is R. v. Oakes :(
Thank you all so much for your help! Hope everyones doing well this semester.
I honestly couldn't find much information on this topic and am really hoping this thread will help! I am currently almost done my Human Resources Diploma at BCIT and thinking of applying to law school in the near future. I probably will get my BBA at BCIT too before I apply for Law school, but I'm wondering if:
1. does a BCIT degree count for law schools such as UVIC/UBC I haven't seen many posts about BCIT undergrads going to law school.
2. is it maybe better to try international law schools since they are less competitive but then you don't get as good jobs?
Maybe I'm wrong, but I would love to hear your thoughts/experiences
Thanks a lot!