The objective of the admissions policy is to select those students who will excel in the course of study and have the potential to contribute creatively to the law schools, the community and the profession. Enrollment will be limited.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 15 April
NOTE: Although the application deadline is 15 April, the Canadian & American Dual J.D. Program Admission Committee works on the basis of rolling admissions; thus, the earlier your complete application is submitted, the earlier the Committee will review it.
UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE REQUIREMENT: An applicant must successfully complete his/her undergraduate degree not later than the beginning of August in the year of entry into the Canadian & American Dual J.D. Program.
TRANSFER: Applications are considered for first year enrollment. Current law students cannot transfer into the Canadian & American Dual J.D. Program.
ADMISSION AND CRITERIA:
Applicants are considered by the Canadian & American Dual J.D. Program Committee using the following seven criteria:
1. Grade Point Average and University Program;
2. Work Experience;
3. Community Involvement;
4. Personal Accomplishments;
5. Career Objectives;
6. Personal Considerations; and
7. Law School Admissions Test Score.
The J.D./LL.B. Admission Committee assesses applicants in light of the above criteria; however, it places greater weight on the applicants' Grade Point Average and Law School Admission Test Score.
For more information please visit Canadian & American Dual J.D. Program website