Cornell LLM 2019 - 2020


Any one received admission packet from Cornell via post? I am yet to receive anything like that.


Hey, I know you asked this a while ago, but just in case: to my knowledge, Cornell doesn't send admission packages via mail. The admission office told me that the admission we received via email is the official admission letter (I requested a more formal version for an outside scholarship application).

Has anyone applied for housing yet?


Yes, they told me that all housing is full!
[quote][quote]Any one received admission packet from Cornell via post? I am yet to receive anything like that. [/quote]

Hey, I know you asked this a while ago, but just in case: to my knowledge, Cornell doesn't send admission packages via mail. The admission office told me that the admission we received via email is the official admission letter (I requested a more formal version for an outside scholarship application).

Has anyone applied for housing yet? [/quote]

Yes, they told me that all housing is full!
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hopltg
Any one received admission packet from Cornell via post? I am yet to receive anything like that.


Hey, I know you asked this a while ago, but just in case: to my knowledge, Cornell doesn't send admission packages via mail. The admission office told me that the admission we received via email is the official admission letter (I requested a more formal version for an outside scholarship application).

Has anyone applied for housing yet?


Thank you very much for the response. I thought as much. About housing, there are no more graduate rooms available.

Yes, they told me that all housing is full!
[quote][quote][quote]Any one received admission packet from Cornell via post? I am yet to receive anything like that. [/quote]

Hey, I know you asked this a while ago, but just in case: to my knowledge, Cornell doesn't send admission packages via mail. The admission office told me that the admission we received via email is the official admission letter (I requested a more formal version for an outside scholarship application).

Has anyone applied for housing yet? [/quote]

Thank you very much for the response. I thought as much. About housing, there are no more graduate rooms available.

Yes, they told me that all housing is full![/quote]
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hopltg
Any applicant from Africa here who has been admitted?
Yes I am from Africa.
[quote]Any applicant from Africa here who has been admitted?[/quote] Yes I am from Africa.
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SoConfused
Any one received admission packet from Cornell via post? I am yet to receive anything like that.


Hey, I know you asked this a while ago, but just in case: to my knowledge, Cornell doesn't send admission packages via mail. The admission office told me that the admission we received via email is the official admission letter (I requested a more formal version for an outside scholarship application).

Has anyone applied for housing yet?


Yes, they told me that all housing is full!


Oh shit haha, I was really relying on campus housing. What are you guys plans concerning accommodation?
[quote][quote][quote]Any one received admission packet from Cornell via post? I am yet to receive anything like that. [/quote]

Hey, I know you asked this a while ago, but just in case: to my knowledge, Cornell doesn't send admission packages via mail. The admission office told me that the admission we received via email is the official admission letter (I requested a more formal version for an outside scholarship application).

Has anyone applied for housing yet? [/quote]

Yes, they told me that all housing is full![/quote]

Oh shit haha, I was really relying on campus housing. What are you guys plans concerning accommodation?
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hopltg
The accommodation options in Collegetown are running out but you can check out downtown and other areas to secure a room before the academic year.


Hey, I know you asked this a while ago, but just in case: to my knowledge, Cornell doesn't send admission packages via mail. The admission office told me that the admission we received via email is the official admission letter (I requested a more formal version for an outside scholarship application).

Has anyone applied for housing yet?


Yes, they told me that all housing is full!


Oh shit haha, I was really relying on campus housing. What are you guys plans concerning accommodation?
The accommodation options in Collegetown are running out but you can check out downtown and other areas to secure a room before the academic year. [quote][quote][quote][quote]Any one received admission packet from Cornell via post? I am yet to receive anything like that. [/quote]

Hey, I know you asked this a while ago, but just in case: to my knowledge, Cornell doesn't send admission packages via mail. The admission office told me that the admission we received via email is the official admission letter (I requested a more formal version for an outside scholarship application).

Has anyone applied for housing yet? [/quote]

Yes, they told me that all housing is full![/quote]

Oh shit haha, I was really relying on campus housing. What are you guys plans concerning accommodation? [/quote]
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SoConfused
Does anyone know if there is a facebook group for the new LL.M. class?
Does anyone know if there is a facebook group for the new LL.M. class?
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SoConfused
The accommodation options in Collegetown are running out but you can check out downtown and other areas to secure a room before the academic year.


Yes, they told me that all housing is full!


Oh shit haha, I was really relying on campus housing. What are you guys plans concerning accommodation?


Thanks, I will have a look at off campus rental options. Didn't think that finding a place in Ithaca would be difficult at all. Guess I was wrong!
[quote]The accommodation options in Collegetown are running out but you can check out downtown and other areas to secure a room before the academic year. [quote][quote][quote][quote]Any one received admission packet from Cornell via post? I am yet to receive anything like that. [/quote]

Hey, I know you asked this a while ago, but just in case: to my knowledge, Cornell doesn't send admission packages via mail. The admission office told me that the admission we received via email is the official admission letter (I requested a more formal version for an outside scholarship application).

Has anyone applied for housing yet? [/quote]

Yes, they told me that all housing is full![/quote]

Oh shit haha, I was really relying on campus housing. What are you guys plans concerning accommodation? [/quote][/quote]

Thanks, I will have a look at off campus rental options. Didn't think that finding a place in Ithaca would be difficult at all. Guess I was wrong!
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hopltg
The accommodation options in Collegetown are running out but you can check out downtown and other areas to secure a room before the academic year.


Oh shit haha, I was really relying on campus housing. What are you guys plans concerning accommodation?


Thanks, I will have a look at off campus rental options. Didn't think that finding a place in Ithaca would be difficult at all. Guess I was wrong!

t’s actually really difficult. And New York generally has high property rates. So just look out for what works for you. The housing info on the Admitted LLM page was very helpful to me.
[quote][quote]The accommodation options in Collegetown are running out but you can check out downtown and other areas to secure a room before the academic year. [quote][quote][quote][quote]Any one received admission packet from Cornell via post? I am yet to receive anything like that. [/quote]

Hey, I know you asked this a while ago, but just in case: to my knowledge, Cornell doesn't send admission packages via mail. The admission office told me that the admission we received via email is the official admission letter (I requested a more formal version for an outside scholarship application).

Has anyone applied for housing yet? [/quote]

Yes, they told me that all housing is full![/quote]

Oh shit haha, I was really relying on campus housing. What are you guys plans concerning accommodation? [/quote][/quote]

Thanks, I will have a look at off campus rental options. Didn't think that finding a place in Ithaca would be difficult at all. Guess I was wrong!

[/quote]t’s actually really difficult. And New York generally has high property rates. So just look out for what works for you. The housing info on the Admitted LLM page was very helpful to me.
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93sav
Anyone here also admitted to berkeley finding it hard to choose? Which one would be better for jsd prospects?

I am between the two and also duke ..really have no clue what to choose ...


Really late, but I was in between Duke, Cornell and Berkeley too.

Chose Cornell because I fell in love with the campus and the School's initiatives. Also I love the idea of LL.M being a small community, rather than hundreds of people.
[quote][quote]Anyone here also admitted to berkeley finding it hard to choose? Which one would be better for jsd prospects? [/quote]
I am between the two and also duke ..really have no clue what to choose ... [/quote]

Really late, but I was in between Duke, Cornell and Berkeley too.

Chose Cornell because I fell in love with the campus and the School's initiatives. Also I love the idea of LL.M being a small community, rather than hundreds of people.
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93sav
Does anyone know if there is a facebook group for the new LL.M. class?


There isn't, but there's a thread in Cornell Law's app.
[quote]Does anyone know if there is a facebook group for the new LL.M. class?[/quote]

There isn't, but there's a thread in Cornell Law's app.
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