I've recently gained an interest in Estate Planning and was wondering my odds at being accepted to a good LLM Tax & Estate planning programs, and I can't find much information on acceptance rates on the programs' websites. I think it'd be worth it if I could go to a top program but that doesn't seem likely for me. My GPA is a 2.9, it sucks because I could've increased it this past semester if COVID didn't make all my grades pass/fail. I am hoping to increase it during my 3L year though. I took Trusts and Estates and got a B+. All of my work experience is in public interest. What are some programs that I could still have a chance at? I have been looking at Boston University and Georgetown but I don't know how realistic those are, so I am open to other options as well.
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