UofT GPLLM and Osgoode Equivalent


Hey everyone!

So I am a LLB student in my final year. I had applied to the GPLLM program at UofT and was wondering if it were difficult to get in? I had a great first year avg, decent second year, and projecting a B final year. I also have 4.5 years work experience, and great references from both work and school.

Should this be good enough? Or is it super competitive? Im nervous lol.

Also, is the Osgoode Canadian Common Law LLM designed to meet NCA tests as well?

THANKS!!
Hey everyone!

So I am a LLB student in my final year. I had applied to the GPLLM program at UofT and was wondering if it were difficult to get in? I had a great first year avg, decent second year, and projecting a B final year. I also have 4.5 years work experience, and great references from both work and school.

Should this be good enough? Or is it super competitive? Im nervous lol.

Also, is the Osgoode Canadian Common Law LLM designed to meet NCA tests as well?

THANKS!!
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chicken so...
It's a fairly competitive school. You might want to read through previous application threads such as last year's:

https://llm-guide.com/board/canada/u-of-t-llm-2018-2019-210027

You might want to ask the school about whether they'll consider your work experience (many schools will only consider work experience accrued after a first law degree, but your mileage may vary...)
It's a fairly competitive school. You might want to read through previous application threads such as last year's:

https://llm-guide.com/board/canada/u-of-t-llm-2018-2019-210027

You might want to ask the school about whether they'll consider your work experience (many schools will only consider work experience accrued after a first law degree, but your mileage may vary...)
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