Admission from UK - UT Austin


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Hi all, I am currently a student in the UK. I have a 1st class degree in history from an Oxbridge uni and a merit (66 overall) in the GDL (law conversion). I’ve just gotten a training contract with an American firm in London and want to spend my year off next year at the University of Texas at Austin, this school in particular for family reasons - I’m still technically a Texas resident if that helps. I was wondering if you all thought I had a good chance in getting in to the program for next year (2022-2023). Thanks!

Hi all, I am currently a student in the UK. I have a 1st class degree in history from an Oxbridge uni and a merit (66 overall) in the GDL (law conversion). I’ve just gotten a training contract with an American firm in London and want to spend my year off next year at the University of Texas at Austin, this school in particular for family reasons - I’m still technically a Texas resident if that helps. I was wondering if you all thought I had a good chance in getting in to the program for next year (2022-2023). Thanks!
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chicken so...

Oxbridge always looks great to American law schools. It's a rather small program (something like 50 students per year), so, depending on how many applications they receive, it could be pretty competitive. In your application, highlight anything that would help set you apart from the other applicants (publications, volunteer / pro bono work, etc.)

Oxbridge always looks great to American law schools. It's a rather small program (something like 50 students per year), so, depending on how many applications they receive, it could be pretty competitive. In your application, highlight anything that would help set you apart from the other applicants (publications, volunteer / pro bono work, etc.)
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