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Subject: Canadians at Harvard Law School
Harvard Law School: Undergraduate Schools Represented in 2006-2007

http://www.law.harvard.edu/admissions/jd/colleges.php

Worthy of Mention:

U of T - 7
McGill - 3
Western - 2
York - 2
McMaster - 1
Waterloo - 1
Windsor - 1

UofT and McGill have almost the same ratio if you consider total student undergrad population (52K vs 22K). The other schools are under-represented at Harvard Law, if you compare their student ratios to UofT´s and McGill´s.

[28-10-2006,19:35]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Canadians at Harvard Law School)
who fucking cares.


[29-10-2006,00:25]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Canadians at Harvard Law School)
WTF!!

Harvard is the gold standard??

This is Canada!!

[29-10-2006,04:35]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Canadians at Harvard Law School)
That means UofT doesn´t have a good law school.

FUCKTARD!!

[29-10-2006,04:36]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Canadians at Harvard Law School)
If UofT doesn´t have a good law school, no Canadian school does. UofT law is the most competitive, expensive, puts 50% of grads on Bay St, and its students have the highest starting salaries. Osgoode is a better comprehensive program, Queens has better criminal, etc, but you´d be a fool to turn down UofT law.
[29-10-2006,18:25]
Anonymous



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