I have completed 3 years ago my first degree in Law. My grades were not the highest (yet above average GPA 3.5) and I am wondering what my chances are entering Oxford.
I must mention I am now an associate, I worked 18 months for a Government entity, engaging in Corporate Regulation (Equivalent to the SEC and the FCA). Second, I am now working in a Big 4 firm in the field of International Tax.
Thanks for your answers!
During my academic studies I participated in the following programs:
1. Jessup Competition.
2. Research assistant in Tax Law.
3. Human Rights Clinic.
4. Established the Model U.N in the University.
5. Participated in a Seminar tought by a Supreme Court Judge.
6. I was a Judge in the Disciplinary committee in the University.
I must emphasis that in addition my aside by academic and professional background, I have a very interesting and unique CV.
Provided I have detailed references from very senior professors who in the past have attended Oxford in the past, would the above be sufficient?
Thanks for your response!
[Edited by Hberg on Aug 13, 2017]