Canada's University of Ottawa has acknowledged that 600 applicants to its law school were never considered for admission this year when their applications were overlooked, CBC News reported. Officials blamed the situation on human error. The applications will be reviewed now, and the university will offer admission to anyone who would have been admitted had they been reviewed at the standard time.
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