I am also at this point. I applied in early Feb and it only shows my LSAT and fee. I know both of my references have sent in their letters via email (one on Feb 8 and the other on Feb 12) and I requested my transcript be sent in early Feb as well. I hate this unknown because I would hate to not be considered over something like this taking too long to update lol
That would be my guess barring a colossally bad PS which seems unlikely. If they are sharing information with McGill (I don't know that they do but I know other schools do) they know you aren't coming anyways and giving you an acceptance could hurt their chances in getting another quality candidate.
Calgary can be really weird too with holistic, but still, your stats look good enough to me to compensate if that were the case.
There are two arguments here, and which one you prefer will likely be based on a whole bunch of factors and your own biases.
The first one is that all law schools are equal and provide equal opportunity to their students. If that’s true, the differences in employment data we see are due to inherent differences in the strength of each school’s class. A necessary part of this argument is the recognition that there are differences between classes and U of T students are, on average, better than Windsor students. @TheAEGIS appears to subscribe to this viewpoint.
The second argument is the school you attend affects the opportunities you will have post-graduation. If you believe, as @blackwidow does, that U of T students aren’t, on average, better than Windsor students, you need to believe that the disparate outcomes are due to the school you attend.
Of course, there’s a middle ground where you think both are true. I fall into that camp. I think U of T students are likely, on average, better than Windsor students, and I also think the school you attend has marginal effects on your post-graduation opportunities.
What you can’t do is believe neither, because we know there are disparate outcomes.
I'm just wondering what/how much the fee is to accept the offer form UBC, if someone wouldn't mind sharing. I just don't want to be caught off guard later, and I can't seem to find info in UBC website. Thanks!