Dalhousie - Schulich LLM 2022/2023 Fall applicants


Beanie

Hi guys! Starting this thread to get to know if there are any LLM applicants to Dalhousie University-Schulich school of law for an upcoming academic year? I apreciate if you can share any updates on your application. Thank you in advance.

Hi guys! Starting this thread to get to know if there are any LLM applicants to Dalhousie University-Schulich school of law for an upcoming academic year? I apreciate if you can share any updates on your application. Thank you in advance.
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amushili

Hi guys! Starting this thread to get to know if there are any LLM applicants to Dalhousie University-Schulich school of law for an upcoming academic year? I apreciate if you can share any updates on your application. Thank you in advance.


Hi Beanie,
Have you gotten any feedback from the Dalhousie regarding your application?






[quote]Hi guys! Starting this thread to get to know if there are any LLM applicants to Dalhousie University-Schulich school of law for an upcoming academic year? I apreciate if you can share any updates on your application. Thank you in advance. [/quote]<br><br>Hi Beanie,<br>Have you gotten any feedback from the Dalhousie regarding your application?<br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
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Beanie

Hi Amushili, I received a recommendation for admission from the law school. 

[Edited by Beanie on Mar 27, 2022]

Hi Amushili, I received a recommendation for admission from the law school.&nbsp;
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Ancora

Hi Amushili, I received a recommendation for admission from the law school. 


Congrat Amushili. I got a Thesis position too. 

[quote]Hi Amushili, I received a recommendation for admission from the law school.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Congrat Amushili. I got a Thesis position too.&nbsp;
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