thank you both for your responses
and that is a relief, I also should have clarified my question a little bit, but (if you happen to know the answer to this) does that mean they don't look at applications at all until the first round in December? for instance, is it possible that they have already made their decisions for first round admissions prior to November LSAT scores being released?
The actual statistics: 96% of TRU Law students have a job lined up before graduation.
The % of students securing big law position in Vancouver/Calgary/Edmonton has increased year-over-year, I think it's around 30% right now.
If your goal is to work in BC or Alberta, you won't have any trouble finding work with a TRU law degree.
TRU is lacking in alumni out east, which makes it harder to rely on the alumni network if you're trying to work in Toronto, but that's slowly changing. Most TRU students are from BC/Alberta, so not many TRU alumni even try to work in Ontario.