BU LLM Fall 2015 Admitted & Enrolling


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Hello everybody,

I was accepted to BU earlier in the spring, and I am 99% sure I will be attending.

Has anybody started looking for apartments? I'v found some apartments, but the rent is high. Do you have any recommendations?

Any other tips? what have you heard about the school/program recently?

PS: I applied to the Banking and Financial Law Program.

I look forward to hearing from my future bellow classmates!

Hello everybody,

I was accepted to BU earlier in the spring, and I am 99% sure I will be attending.

Has anybody started looking for apartments? I'v found some apartments, but the rent is high. Do you have any recommendations?

Any other tips? what have you heard about the school/program recently?

PS: I applied to the Banking and Financial Law Program.

I look forward to hearing from my future bellow classmates!
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Chubritza

Hi Venezuela1900!

Congrats! I'm also planning on attending BU this Fall and I just accepted their offer for the American Law program. My name is Maria from Bulgaria. Where are you from? I've been to Boston many times in the last couple of years, and visited BU Law last September. Their administration staff seemed extremely nice and helpful. I don't know anyone who attended their LL.M. programs but I do know that BU School of Law has very strong reputation in the U.S. In general, their J.D. graduates don't have any issue finding a job afterwards (even in that tough economy now).

Finding a housing could be tricky. As you already mentioned it's very expensive, and not everything that people post on craigslist is true. I wouldn't recommend renting a place before arriving in Boston and checking it yourself. I'd try to get there in June and find a place then. I'm also open to share an apartment with future classmate/s/.

Hi Venezuela1900!

Congrats! I'm also planning on attending BU this Fall and I just accepted their offer for the American Law program. My name is Maria from Bulgaria. Where are you from? I've been to Boston many times in the last couple of years, and visited BU Law last September. Their administration staff seemed extremely nice and helpful. I don't know anyone who attended their LL.M. programs but I do know that BU School of Law has very strong reputation in the U.S. In general, their J.D. graduates don't have any issue finding a job afterwards (even in that tough economy now).

Finding a housing could be tricky. As you already mentioned it's very expensive, and not everything that people post on craigslist is true. I wouldn't recommend renting a place before arriving in Boston and checking it yourself. I'd try to get there in June and find a place then. I'm also open to share an apartment with future classmate/s/.
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marie123

Hi Venezuela1900!

Congrats! I'm also planning on attending BU this Fall and I just accepted their offer for the American Law program. My name is Maria from Bulgaria. Where are you from? I've been to Boston many times in the last couple of years, and visited BU Law last September. Their administration staff seemed extremely nice and helpful. I don't know anyone who attended their LL.M. programs but I do know that BU School of Law has very strong reputation in the U.S. In general, their J.D. graduates don't have any issue finding a job afterwards (even in that tough economy now).

Finding a housing could be tricky. As you already mentioned it's very expensive, and not everything that people post on craigslist is true. I wouldn't recommend renting a place before arriving in Boston and checking it yourself. I'd try to get there in June and find a place then. I'm also open to share an apartment with future classmate/s/.


Hi !!
Do you know if the american Law LLM of BU accepts only lawyers? Is it possible to be admitted if I am just a law student in my country ?
I have an interview with a commitee member but I am not lawyer so I dont know if I have a chance to be admitted

<blockquote>Hi Venezuela1900!

Congrats! I'm also planning on attending BU this Fall and I just accepted their offer for the American Law program. My name is Maria from Bulgaria. Where are you from? I've been to Boston many times in the last couple of years, and visited BU Law last September. Their administration staff seemed extremely nice and helpful. I don't know anyone who attended their LL.M. programs but I do know that BU School of Law has very strong reputation in the U.S. In general, their J.D. graduates don't have any issue finding a job afterwards (even in that tough economy now).

Finding a housing could be tricky. As you already mentioned it's very expensive, and not everything that people post on craigslist is true. I wouldn't recommend renting a place before arriving in Boston and checking it yourself. I'd try to get there in June and find a place then. I'm also open to share an apartment with future classmate/s/.</blockquote>

Hi !!
Do you know if the american Law LLM of BU accepts only lawyers? Is it possible to be admitted if I am just a law student in my country ?
I have an interview with a commitee member but I am not lawyer so I dont know if I have a chance to be admitted
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Chubritza

Hi marie123,

Congrats! Having a scheduled interview is a very good sign!
I think it means that they carefully reviewed your application and considered that you cover their requirements. So yes, you could definitely get admitted, even though you are not a lawyer yet. The interview isn't difficult, so don't panic. They'll probably ask you stuff like why do you want to do an LL.M. in the US; why at BU; what classes would you like to take; what are your future career plans, etc. My interview was about 10-15 minutes.Think about what would you answer to those questions and don't worry. Good luck!

Hi marie123,

Congrats! Having a scheduled interview is a very good sign!
I think it means that they carefully reviewed your application and considered that you cover their requirements. So yes, you could definitely get admitted, even though you are not a lawyer yet. The interview isn't difficult, so don't panic. They'll probably ask you stuff like why do you want to do an LL.M. in the US; why at BU; what classes would you like to take; what are your future career plans, etc. My interview was about 10-15 minutes.Think about what would you answer to those questions and don't worry. Good luck!
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