Admitted students of NYU's Competition, Innovation and Information Law program


sandy24

Hi All,
I am starting this thread to create a platform for all those who have applied for NYU's Competition, Innovation and Information Law program and either await the results or have been admitted to it.
It would be great to get some insights from the aspirants as well as existing students about the Program and share any additional information which would help us all make an informed decision.
Thanks

Hi All,
I am starting this thread to create a platform for all those who have applied for NYU's Competition, Innovation and Information Law program and either await the results or have been admitted to it.
It would be great to get some insights from the aspirants as well as existing students about the Program and share any additional information which would help us all make an informed decision.
Thanks
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It is a nice initiative. Well I have been admitted to this program, but I still do not know whether I will be enrolling. Will wait out on Stanford Law School before making the decision. However, I would definitely want to be in touch with someone from this field having the American experience!!!

It is a nice initiative. Well I have been admitted to this program, but I still do not know whether I will be enrolling. Will wait out on Stanford Law School before making the decision. However, I would definitely want to be in touch with someone from this field having the American experience!!!
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dice19

I have also been admitted to this program.
Because I want to engage in the antitrust practice in the future, this program must be suitable for me.

But, I have not made a final decision regarding Michigan vs NYU problem.

I have concern about too high living expense in NY and big class size of NYU.
In addition, I've heard that Michigan also has great facluty of antitrust.

The deadline of Michigan is 25 March, so I feel a little bit exhausted for thinking...lol

I have also been admitted to this program.
Because I want to engage in the antitrust practice in the future, this program must be suitable for me.

But, I have not made a final decision regarding Michigan vs NYU problem.

I have concern about too high living expense in NY and big class size of NYU.
In addition, I've heard that Michigan also has great facluty of antitrust.

The deadline of Michigan is 25 March, so I feel a little bit exhausted for thinking...lol
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