The heartbreaking thing about the child protection work I did was that there were just no good options - just varying levels of shit. CFS wasn't getting involved without some good reason, but putting children into care for either a short or long term was hardly very good for them either.
It’s a pandemic. Take whatever path is most likely to result in a job and switch groups later. If your firm is anything like mine you can switch groups/specialties later on or take work from both groups of interest. It’s easier to move around internally once you’re already hired
In queue as of Jan 21st!
L2: 3.54 ~ ive gotten different calculations recently so not certain but it was an 80% avg.
Filled out part B. not expecting an acceptance but it is nice to see some movement
On this site, people seem to say that legal experience is the norm and it's nothing outstanding. However, in my paralegal graduating class (approx. 50 students in both sections), I know of 4 people that got into law school within a year after graduation. We had legal education and practical legal experience, and how wouldn't that help an application to law school?