Canadian Law Schools- Part 2

PICWelcome back to all of you law school hopefuls. For those of you who are just joining me now, my last post discussed OLSAS and Osgoode Hall, so if you’re interested in attending law school in Ontario, I would encourage you to give it read. In this post I’ll be giving you an overview of the law schools at the University of Ottawa and Queen’s University.

The University of Ottawa is home to the country’s largest law school. Its tuition is also among the lowest for the Ontario schools. Ottawa being the nation’s capital, the school’s location comes with obvious perks such as its proximity to Parliament as well as to the Supreme Court. Between the different languages and the types of degrees, Ottawa offers an impressive assortment of programs. There’s the regular 3-year JD program and the 3-year LLB program, both of which are offered in French and English.

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Pursuit: Be the Expert, what do these numbers mean to you?

This summer, I’ll be writing about an exciting topic: women and work.

Things to look out for this month:

  • What we can learn from mistakes women have made in the fields of finance, engineering, and other non-traditional fields for women
  • The good and the bad career advice for women
  • The best practices of women in senior management

Today I want to look at how women are doing in Canada.

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