I just got my November LSAT score and it was a 152 (+1 from October, though +4 percentile). I was pretty confused as I thought my score would be better after the exam.
Now I'm looking for outside sources such as a course or tutor to help me with my January test.
Any recommendations online or in the GTA/Hamilton area specifically?
Side note: I'll be taking time off work to study as I want to go all in for January's test.
Keep in mind that your mileage may vary and I'm not exactly a seasoned pro. I'm sure plenty of tax boutiques would love a CPA/JD combo. But I'm not sure how useful it is beyond that. Plenty (most?) of tax lawyers get by without a CPA and it seems like a very difficult path to get to the same place as a tax lawyer. Add on top of that that CPA are very well compensated. Kinda just seems like a doctor picking two specialties that can sorta/sometimes overlap and having to stay up to date on both of them while getting paid the same.
If you are solely looking at those programs to provide a financial/responsibility advantage, then yes, my answer is the same. When 2Ls are hired at a large firm, they all earn the same amount. Same with articling students and first year associates. Associate compensation is, at many if not most firms, going to be lockstep for several years. So, I ask again, are you looking at this solely, or even primarily, from a financial perspective?