CLS LLM Class of '11


L&E

Hey guys,

Now that H-bomb has finally exploded finally so that we are in a position to decide, may we have the class of '11 @ CLS...

Hey guys,

Now that H-bomb has finally exploded finally so that we are in a position to decide, may we have the class of '11 @ CLS...
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NLApp

I will very likely be joining. Looking forward to it!

I will very likely be joining. Looking forward to it!
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Rhino2010

Columbia it is!

Columbia it is!
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L&E

Great! Looking forward to seeing yall. :)

Rhino2010, I know you are from Delhi, India... Amity?

Where are you from NLapp?

Great! Looking forward to seeing yall. :)

Rhino2010, I know you are from Delhi, India... Amity?

Where are you from NLapp?
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Rhino2010

No. NALSAR, Hyderabad,

Can't PM you for some reason - something seems to be wrong with llm-guide.

No. NALSAR, Hyderabad,

Can't PM you for some reason - something seems to be wrong with llm-guide.
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Abriti

I'm in too!

I'm in too!
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Ditto

Ditto
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VERT

Who else is enrolling?

Hope to see you all in August. Is there a facebook group or something?

Who else is enrolling?

Hope to see you all in August. Is there a facebook group or something?

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c.ronaldo

is there a facebook group for the class of 2011?

is there a facebook group for the class of 2011?
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Bla Bla

Give it a day or two and Glasgowlaw will join u here!! :) He's the most active Columbia guy since got admitted.

Give it a day or two and Glasgowlaw will join u here!! :) He's the most active Columbia guy since got admitted.
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Congratulations guys! I'm doing my LLM in Columbia right now so feel free to ask questions.

Congratulations guys! I'm doing my LLM in Columbia right now so feel free to ask questions.
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michaelcor...

hey sophia, why aren't you studying? lol. i can answer questions too, and i might post answers to questions on the blog, so more people will benefit from my answers.

hey sophia, why aren't you studying? lol. i can answer questions too, and i might post answers to questions on the blog, so more people will benefit from my answers.
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ILAW

@ Sophia and Michael,

Thanks for taking your time to answer questions from coming CLS LLM fellows.
Well, here my question:
Is the course: Comparative introduction to American Law graded on pass/fail basis? or do they actually consider it for calculation of the general GPA and, hence, honours?

Thanks.

@ Sophia and Michael,

Thanks for taking your time to answer questions from coming CLS LLM fellows.
Well, here my question:
Is the course: Comparative introduction to American Law graded on pass/fail basis? or do they actually consider it for calculation of the general GPA and, hence, honours?

Thanks.
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@ Sophia and Michael,

Thanks for taking your time to answer questions from coming CLS LLM fellows.
Well, here my question:
Is the course: Comparative introduction to American Law graded on pass/fail basis? or do they actually consider it for calculation of the general GPA and, hence, honours?

Thanks.


Is the course: Comparative introduction to American Law graded on pass/fail basis? -- pass/fail

or do they actually consider it for calculation of the general GPA and, hence, honours? -- not considered for gpa calculation

it's possible to opt out of the class (not take it on a pass/fail basis) but still attend the lectures. that's what i did.

<blockquote>@ Sophia and Michael,

Thanks for taking your time to answer questions from coming CLS LLM fellows.
Well, here my question:
Is the course: Comparative introduction to American Law graded on pass/fail basis? or do they actually consider it for calculation of the general GPA and, hence, honours?

Thanks.</blockquote>

Is the course: Comparative introduction to American Law graded on pass/fail basis? -- pass/fail

or do they actually consider it for calculation of the general GPA and, hence, honours? -- not considered for gpa calculation

it's possible to opt out of the class (not take it on a pass/fail basis) but still attend the lectures. that's what i did.
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michaelcor...

just an extra note, if you want to study with a particular prof, be sure they're not on sabbatcial next year. i might be able to help with info on this, if you ask for a particular prof.

just an extra note, if you want to study with a particular prof, be sure they're not on sabbatcial next year. i might be able to help with info on this, if you ask for a particular prof.
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L&E

Hey hi... this is a very pertinent suggestion, especially for the likes of me that also want to explore alternative trajectories like academia, policy making.

I am keen on working with either Avery Katz, Gordon or Pistor. How about them..? Have you worked / are working with any that you recommend. Armour?
(My interests are (as you might recollect from our previous conversations), corporate and securities regulation in an interdisciplinary perspective).

Thanks a lot for this though...

Hey hi... this is a very pertinent suggestion, especially for the likes of me that also want to explore alternative trajectories like academia, policy making.

I am keen on working with either Avery Katz, Gordon or Pistor. How about them..? Have you worked / are working with any that you recommend. Armour?
(My interests are (as you might recollect from our previous conversations), corporate and securities regulation in an interdisciplinary perspective).

Thanks a lot for this though...


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michaelcor...

Hey hi... this is a very pertinent suggestion, especially for the likes of me that also want to explore alternative trajectories like academia, policy making.

I am keen on working with either Avery Katz, Gordon or Pistor. How about them..? Have you worked / are working with any that you recommend. Armour?
(My interests are (as you might recollect from our previous conversations), corporate and securities regulation in an interdisciplinary perspective).

Thanks a lot for this though...




none of them are going to be on leave, as far as i know, next year. i have gordon right now for M&A. great academic, great lecturer, i think. if you have a picture in your head of a typical academic who's really good but a bit absent minded, plus with albert einstein hairdo, that's him!!!!! plus he talks like a character from ally mcbeal.

<blockquote>Hey hi... this is a very pertinent suggestion, especially for the likes of me that also want to explore alternative trajectories like academia, policy making.

I am keen on working with either Avery Katz, Gordon or Pistor. How about them..? Have you worked / are working with any that you recommend. Armour?
(My interests are (as you might recollect from our previous conversations), corporate and securities regulation in an interdisciplinary perspective).

Thanks a lot for this though...


</blockquote>

none of them are going to be on leave, as far as i know, next year. i have gordon right now for M&A. great academic, great lecturer, i think. if you have a picture in your head of a typical academic who's really good but a bit absent minded, plus with albert einstein hairdo, that's him!!!!! plus he talks like a character from ally mcbeal.
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L&E

LoL..:) Thanks Again...

LoL..:) Thanks Again...
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michaelcor...

LoL..:) Thanks Again...

i don't know if armour will be visiting again next year. most likely not, since he is going to be in oxford for the MSc in LF. btw, since you're into L&E, some ed morrison does good work in L&E in relation to bankruptcy.

<blockquote>LoL..:) Thanks Again...</blockquote>
i don't know if armour will be visiting again next year. most likely not, since he is going to be in oxford for the MSc in LF. btw, since you're into L&E, some ed morrison does good work in L&E in relation to bankruptcy.
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L&E

Hmm. I know about Ed Morrison and his work in bankruptcy. He was cited by Dick Posner recently.

Re Armour, I will miss him for sure though I could go for Goshen. And then there are our guys Gordon and Katz. That I guess is the best part about the faculty @ CLS. ( I gather they have some 200 on board!. To my knowledge, even Harvard has some 100).

Hmm. I know about Ed Morrison and his work in bankruptcy. He was cited by Dick Posner recently.

Re Armour, I will miss him for sure though I could go for Goshen. And then there are our guys Gordon and Katz. That I guess is the best part about the faculty @ CLS. ( I gather they have some 200 on board!. To my knowledge, even Harvard has some 100).
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