UBC is extremely corporate-focused in terms of the CSO, career/networking events, etc, but in terms of the political atmosphere there it's pretty much indistinguishable from what @GrumpyMountiedescribed at UVic (google the current controversy involving the acting Dean to get a sense of it). With all that said, although I have no interest in corporate law nor am I a radical far-left activist, I am of the opinion that UBC has good offerings for whatever kind of law you want to practice. I am biased and don't have experience with any other school to compare though.
(Not to highjack; just chiming in since the comparison came up.)
I had a 3.34/3.61/170 and I was accepted to Western, Queen's, UVic, Dalhousie, Ryerson, and UNB. Waitlisted at Oz, rejected from UofT, withdrew from consideration at Ottawa. I also had mental health issues and filled out Part B for Oz.
I would agree with Tennis that Oz and UofT are likely out of reach, but you'll have lots of other great options! Oz loves high CGPA and UofT seems to really want both high B3 and high LSAT. Neither school is very friendly to a high LSAT/low GPA splitter like I found Queen's/Western/UVic/UBC/Dalhousie to be.
I mean the CPA is a pretty good career path in itself, so me going to law school and incurs quite a bit of opportunity cost. So it's a very fair point to consider. I do have a bird in hand so to speak.
I was never looking at it purely from a financial perspective, but if you're going to lose money on education isn't that a deterrent? isn't that a fair concern to have?
I mean why would anyone with the most lucrative undergraduate degrees go to law school then? There'd be no real point from a financial perspective and the profession would miss out on talented individuals from the student population.