Thinking of becoming a lawyer? Attending law school in Canada? Finally-it's here-the guidebook you've been waiting for. Every year, an estimated 10,000-15,000 people apply to 16 Canadian law schools, vying for just over 2000 coveted spots. The competition is even fiercer when applying for a job as an articling student. Adam Letourneau, B.Sc., B.A., LL.B., a graduate of the University of Alberta Faculty of Law, and former Editor-in-Chief of the Alberta Law Review, reveals many insider tips on how to gain admittance to law school, how to cope and succeed in law school, and most importantly, how to land a coveted job post-graduation. Drawing upon personal experience and the experiences of numerous other Canadian law students, Letourneau shares general insights on the LSAT, applying for law school, study strategies, summer jobs, the articling application process and much more, along with plenty of context-specific information for the Canadian law student. Because the Canadian law school experience is unique, this book is the only full source of relevant information available to prospective and current Canadian law students. Letourneau will save you hours of research, hours of study and tons of stress. Recommended to all students interested in law school, all students applying to law school and to students in all three years of law school. For more information on this book, and for a variety of Canadian law school resources, go to www.canadalawstudent.ca.
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