Tradition in form, change in substance“You're a strange dude, Ian.”
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Monday, 27 March 2017 09:00

In defence of the LSAT

In defence of the LSAT“A new era has dawned for prospective law students.” So began a piece the other day in the Fulcrum, the University of Ottawa law student newspaper. What the author was referring to was the recent announcement by Harvard Law School that it would accept the Graduate Record Examination in lieu of the Law School Admission Test as the basis of an application for admission to the JD program. 
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Law conferences: The many benefits of participationAttending a law conference last week, I had the chance to participate in the Canadian Law Student Conference, hosted by the Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues. Now in its tenth year, this annual conference held in Windsor, Ont., invites students from across the country to present their own research papers and gives them the opportunity to win an award based on their paper or presentation.
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Students who are the first in their families to attend post-secondary school or law school have more challenges to overcome on their road to succeeding in the legal world. The First Generation Network, a student group at University of  Toronto Faculty of Law and Osgoode Hall Law School, aims to help.
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Monday, 06 February 2017 09:00

Dividing the bar

Dividing the barIt was nine days before Christmas in 2013 when the Federation of Law Societies announced that it had granted preliminary approval to the proposed law school at Trinity Western University. Two days later, the British Columbia government gave its required consent to the program at the faith-based university located in Langley.
Monday, 06 February 2017 09:00

What’s fair? It depends

Lawyers are often criticized for a lack of decisiveness. When clients come seeking legal advice, what they are often looking for is strategic advice, and a muddled answer can drive clients crazy. They may ask a lot of questions, but “what should I do?” is usually the most important one, and “it depends” is most often not the answer they want.
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Moot competitions: An invaluable opportunity for personal growthIf you have an interest in litigation, participating in a competitive moot is a great way to develop your advocacy skills. 
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Friday, 13 January 2017 12:28

Students launch style law blog

Alessia Monastero and Saba Samanian
Alessia Monastero and Saba Samanian
In an age where fashion and lifestyle blogs rule the Internet, two 1L students at Osgoode Hall Law School are using theirs as a platform to examine legal issues in the fashion industry.
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Monday, 19 December 2016 09:00

Study suggestions to survive the season

Study suggestions to survive the seasonLaw students are very fortunate. They are able to tailor class schedules to suit sleep preferences, work out in the middle of the day and study wherever there’s wireless Internet. Still, there’s one season law students loathe the most: exam season. Stress, anxiety and panic attacks are all very realistic consequences that students face at this time in the semester. Often, a student’s entire grade comes down to a two-and-a-half hour exam — the pressure is undeniable. 
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Sink or swim: The academy and the bar in Canada must move forward togetherI have from time to time been critical of what I consider a tendency to isolationism in the academy and bar in Canada. In my view, this has worked to the disadvantage of both of us. 
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