Kinda late to the party but Truth Be Told by Beverly McLachlin (former Chief Justice) is a great autobiography of her life, if you're interested in that kind of thing.
I feel compelled as a student of philosophy to also add:
Apology and Crito by Plato (former is Socrates' trial as he is sentenced to death and latter is a discussion of when (if) injustice is permissible)
Politics by Aristotle (for interesting insights in law and leaders)
Also, for Russian authors: The Gulag Archipelago (I read the abridged version) by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn is a harrowing, brutal account of Russian communism - and important insight into why democracy and a fair justice system is so important.
I am starting to look at apartments near the school, and I see there are a lot of buildings owned by Templeton Properties around the school, which look decent. Does anyone have any experience with them or know any good/bad reviews?