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anchal

Hi everybody.... i welcome all LL.M. applicants form India... it would be gr8 to get in touch wid each other and discuss the information. I have been admitted to NYU and Duke..and kinda confused which university to take up..so... if u hv any idea..kindly share with me.

Hi everybody.... i welcome all LL.M. applicants form India... it would be gr8 to get in touch wid each other and discuss the information. I have been admitted to NYU and Duke..and kinda confused which university to take up..so... if u hv any idea..kindly share with me.
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Baluza

Hi,
Its me, atticus, kinesthetic, pojo, jayjayjay, etc and many more...
I have applied to 4 schools but got into none till yet...
Accepted none...
Rejected none...
Deferrals none...
Withdrawals none...

I have no clue how to react and what to react...!!!

Hi,
Its me, atticus, kinesthetic, pojo, jayjayjay, etc and many more...
I have applied to 4 schools but got into none till yet...
Accepted none...
Rejected none...
Deferrals none...
Withdrawals none...

I have no clue how to react and what to react...!!!
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atticus_19...

Hey.. I have applied for LLMs too.. Till date i have been accepted to BU, BC, Texas, Washington, Maryland, USF. Got waitlisted in Chicago. I am still waiting for NYU. Dun think i'll be getting some good news from there.. If not NYU then i shall be accepting BC..

Hey.. I have applied for LLMs too.. Till date i have been accepted to BU, BC, Texas, Washington, Maryland, USF. Got waitlisted in Chicago. I am still waiting for NYU. Dun think i'll be getting some good news from there.. If not NYU then i shall be accepting BC..
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Inactive User

Ive applied to ..
Chicago-accepted
NW- accepted
UPenn - Waitlisted
CLS, HLS, NYU, Mich, Cornell- No News

where r u guys from and from what college?

Ive applied to ..
Chicago-accepted
NW- accepted
UPenn - Waitlisted
CLS, HLS, NYU, Mich, Cornell- No News

where r u guys from and from what college?
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atticus_19...

lol@pojo.. i dun think i need to answer that question..

lol@pojo.. i dun think i need to answer that question..
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Inactive User

it was meant for the others ....... u and I are buddies .... thanks to LLM GUIDE

it was meant for the others ....... u and I are buddies .... thanks to LLM GUIDE
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Pratima

Hello.. I'm an Indian applicant too..

Its great to have a forum like LLM guide and also a good one for Indians as well, to discuss any issues.

I've applied to Universities on the West Coast. Received admits from UW Seattle, UC Davis, UC Hastings, University of San Francisco, University of Southern California.

Still awaiting results from SLS, UC Berkeley, University of San Diego... would prefer SLS or UC Berkeley...

Hello.. I'm an Indian applicant too..

Its great to have a forum like LLM guide and also a good one for Indians as well, to discuss any issues.

I've applied to Universities on the West Coast. Received admits from UW Seattle, UC Davis, UC Hastings, University of San Francisco, University of Southern California.

Still awaiting results from SLS, UC Berkeley, University of San Diego... would prefer SLS or UC Berkeley...

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L&E

Count me in too...Am from Mumbai...great to have a dedicated thread..

Track Record til date: CLS In; Chicago In; NYU; In.. Waiting for HLS/Yale/SLS...

@ Anchal.... Betn NYU and Duke, You oughta go NYU...Its location gives you you a lotta options...Apart from the upcoming Law School tag not to mention Greenwich...

Count me in too...Am from Mumbai...great to have a dedicated thread..

Track Record til date: CLS In; Chicago In; NYU; In.. Waiting for HLS/Yale/SLS...

@ Anchal.... Betn NYU and Duke, You oughta go NYU...Its location gives you you a lotta options...Apart from the upcoming Law School tag not to mention Greenwich...
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legal97

hey i am a five year law student in india and would like to know if we can take bar exams after getting LLM from US...i heard that mostly NY and cali allow foreign lawyers to take up bar exams but i am still confused. Please help. Thanks

hey i am a five year law student in india and would like to know if we can take bar exams after getting LLM from US...i heard that mostly NY and cali allow foreign lawyers to take up bar exams but i am still confused. Please help. Thanks
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anchal

@poojo..

I am form ILS batch 2007.

@poojo..

I am form ILS batch 2007.
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L&E

@ legal97,

Its true what you heard...NY and Cal are the two states that allow foreign trained lawyers...

Just so you know, the Master of Laws is NOT a prep course for bars...

@ legal97,

Its true what you heard...NY and Cal are the two states that allow foreign trained lawyers...

Just so you know, the Master of Laws is NOT a prep course for bars...
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tga

Heading to Duke!!

Heading to Duke!!
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simymat

I am a law graduate frm chennai...i would like to know if university of houston is a good option for a llm program??

I am a law graduate frm chennai...i would like to know if university of houston is a good option for a llm program??
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L&E

@ simymat..

Can you be a little more specific than that...? There is no such thing as "good option" without prejudice to the professional interests.(except may be Harvard).

If you let us in on more than this, that wil be amazing..

@ simymat..

Can you be a little more specific than that...? There is no such thing as "good option" without prejudice to the professional interests.(except may be Harvard).

If you let us in on more than this, that wil be amazing..
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legal97

@ L&E thanks..

@ L&E thanks..
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simymat

r there any scholarships available for llm programs for indian students?

r there any scholarships available for llm programs for indian students?
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L&E

" Of particular regard are the law schools programs in Health Law and Intellectual Property Law, which are both consistently ranked amongst the top five in the nation...."
You can find more info here:-
http://www.top-law-schools.com/houston-college-of-law.html

" Of particular regard are the law school’s programs in Health Law and Intellectual Property Law, which are both consistently ranked amongst the top five in the nation...."
You can find more info here:-
http://www.top-law-schools.com/houston-college-of-law.html
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Pratima

Does anyone here know of an L.L.M. passout (Graduate) who has given the Bar Exam (NY or California) and is currently working?

I'm thinking a little ahead, post-L.L.M. I have heard a lot of things about the job fairs etc but I mostly I have come across people who even after finishing the L.L.M. have had to pursue J.D. to work in the U.S.

Does anyone here know of an L.L.M. passout (Graduate) who has given the Bar Exam (NY or California) and is currently working?

I'm thinking a little ahead, post-L.L.M. I have heard a lot of things about the job fairs etc but I mostly I have come across people who even after finishing the L.L.M. have had to pursue J.D. to work in the U.S.

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legal97

guys are there any LSAT classes available around Mumbai?? how did you study and
when is the appropriate time to give LSAT?? and i have seen some unis also consider TOEFEL score.. please help.

guys are there any LSAT classes available around Mumbai?? how did you study and
when is the appropriate time to give LSAT?? and i have seen some unis also consider TOEFEL score.. please help.
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Up

guys are there any LSAT classes available around Mumbai?? how did you study and
when is the appropriate time to give LSAT?? and i have seen some unis also consider TOEFEL score.. please help.


LSAT aint required for LL.M. studies. TOEFL will suffice. However, TOEFL may also be waived by some Universities if the medium of instruction was English at the school/ college where you received your first law degree. On the other hand, some Universities like Chicago do not make allowances.

LSAT is mandatory for the JD program. TOEFL exam centres double up as TOEFL training centres on weekdays. I however doubt if they provide any LSAT training.

<blockquote>guys are there any LSAT classes available around Mumbai?? how did you study and
when is the appropriate time to give LSAT?? and i have seen some unis also consider TOEFEL score.. please help.</blockquote>

LSAT aint required for LL.M. studies. TOEFL will suffice. However, TOEFL may also be waived by some Universities if the medium of instruction was English at the school/ college where you received your first law degree. On the other hand, some Universities like Chicago do not make allowances.

LSAT is mandatory for the JD program. TOEFL exam centres double up as TOEFL training centres on weekdays. I however doubt if they provide any LSAT training.
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