Meet Canada’s Newest Law School – RU Law 2020

Ryerson University has made headlines within the legal community after its administrators announced their plan to open a law school in 2020. Mohamed Lachemi, believes that “the legal profession needs to be modernized and that Ontarian’s need more cost-effective services (CBC).” Lachemi intends on building a unique law program, leveraging technology and business knowledge skills…

Queen’s Pre-Law Society Presents: International Law School Night!

Discover the law school application process! On Wednesday, January 23rd Queen’s Pre-Law Society will host an international law school night, which will provide members and attendees with valuable information regarding the process of attending law school overseas! International Law School Night will take place at Kingston Hall Rm. 201 and will begin at 6:30 pm. International Law School Night is…

How to Get into Law School Using Economics

By Minute School Don’t worry; you don’t need to be an Econ major to get into law school. Nevertheless, understanding some basic economic concepts can prove highly useful when it comes to analyzing and overcoming the challenge of law school admissions. For starters, why is it so difficult to get into law school? Supply &…

QPLS Fall Mixer Highlights

Thank you to everyone who came out and participated in the 2018 QPLS Fall Mixer! We hope that everyone had a productive and memorable Fall semester and we look forward to hosting more events and club activities in the new year. Happy Holidays from Queen’s Pre-Law Society!  

Why I Chose Allard Law at UBC

My name is Cate Provan and I am a second-year student at the Peter A. Allard School of Law (Allard). When I was deciding which law school to go to, I was worried that Allard’s reputation for academic excellence would translate into a “cut-throat” and competitive school environment. Thankfully, my fears didn’t deter me from…

Study Law in French | Étudiez le droit en français

If you’re bilingual and looking at continuing to work in both official languages in the future, consider studying Common Law in French! In Canada, several universities including the University of Ottawa and McGill offer French Common Law degrees, while numerous other universities also offer French Civil Law Degrees. For this article, we sat down with University…

Law School Abroad Through Queen’s Law

Are you planning on attending law school? Do you regret not going on exchange while completing your undergraduate degree? Did you go on exchange during your undergrad but want to experience studying abroad again? If you answered yes to any of these questions, consider travelling abroad to study law. Queen’s is partnered with various universities…

Representing Queen’s Nationally: Results from the 2018 Osgoode Cup

Each year, the nation’s top undergraduate students travel to Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, to compete at the Osgoode Cup National Undergraduate Mooting Competition, to represent their universities with their oral advocacy and mooting skills! Held for the first time in 2005, the Osgoode Cup has a long tradition and is known to have…