Duke 2014


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I have been admitted! I wish the best for those who is still waiting for admissions.

I have been admitted! I wish the best for those who is still waiting for admissions.
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cupcake

I have been admitted! I wish the best for those who is still waiting for admissions.
congratulations!

<blockquote>I have been admitted! I wish the best for those who is still waiting for admissions.</blockquote> congratulations!
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SMB1988

congratulations on being able to make a decision. I am struggling really hard to choose between duke and georgetown (international business and economic law).

Congratulation on Duke!!!...It's an excellent law school with an extremely intimate program (only 86 students)...Duke actually has the best post LL.M support for its LL.M graduates...They have dedicated staff only to guide LL.M students unlike other law schools which club LL.M's with JD's, Duke recognises LL.M's as having separate requirements....Duke is ranked higher than Georgetown as well...so it only counts if you're going to Georgetown for those specific courses for which it is renowned...Else overall Duke enjoys a better reputation being in the top 10...Add to that excellent network with law firms in New York and a healthy pass percentage at the NY Bar exam, and you have an amazing law school in Duke....Although Durham is not DC, Georgetown is not Duke either....so take your pick....I also got through Virginia which is higher ranked but has little reputation outside America...Duke has a great reputation even here in India...Duke is overall the better school...Only 86 high quality students...friendships for life and personally known to your professors....rest is up to you...And might I add Duke is WAY WAY BETTER THAN GEORGE WASHINGTON...

<blockquote>congratulations on being able to make a decision. I am struggling really hard to choose between duke and georgetown (international business and economic law). </blockquote>
Congratulation on Duke!!!...It's an excellent law school with an extremely intimate program (only 86 students)...Duke actually has the best post LL.M support for its LL.M graduates...They have dedicated staff only to guide LL.M students unlike other law schools which club LL.M's with JD's, Duke recognises LL.M's as having separate requirements....Duke is ranked higher than Georgetown as well...so it only counts if you're going to Georgetown for those specific courses for which it is renowned...Else overall Duke enjoys a better reputation being in the top 10...Add to that excellent network with law firms in New York and a healthy pass percentage at the NY Bar exam, and you have an amazing law school in Duke....Although Durham is not DC, Georgetown is not Duke either....so take your pick....I also got through Virginia which is higher ranked but has little reputation outside America...Duke has a great reputation even here in India...Duke is overall the better school...Only 86 high quality students...friendships for life and personally known to your professors....rest is up to you...And might I add Duke is WAY WAY BETTER THAN GEORGE WASHINGTON...
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GG2929

congratulations on being able to make a decision. I am struggling really hard to choose between duke and georgetown (international business and economic law).

Congratulation on Duke!!!...It's an excellent law school with an extremely intimate program (only 86 students)...Duke actually has the best post LL.M support for its LL.M graduates...They have dedicated staff only to guide LL.M students unlike other law schools which club LL.M's with JD's, Duke recognises LL.M's as having separate requirements....Duke is ranked higher than Georgetown as well...so it only counts if you're going to Georgetown for those specific courses for which it is renowned...Else overall Duke enjoys a better reputation being in the top 10...Add to that excellent network with law firms in New York and a healthy pass percentage at the NY Bar exam, and you have an amazing law school in Duke....Although Durham is not DC, Georgetown is not Duke either....so take your pick....I also got through Virginia which is higher ranked but has little reputation outside America...Duke has a great reputation even here in India...Duke is overall the better school...Only 86 high quality students...friendships for life and personally known to your professors....rest is up to you...And might I add Duke is WAY WAY BETTER THAN GEORGE WASHINGTON...


I totally agree with the statement "although Durham is not DC, Georgetown is not Duke either". Any ideas about courses in investment law and wto law in Duke?

<blockquote><blockquote>congratulations on being able to make a decision. I am struggling really hard to choose between duke and georgetown (international business and economic law). </blockquote>
Congratulation on Duke!!!...It's an excellent law school with an extremely intimate program (only 86 students)...Duke actually has the best post LL.M support for its LL.M graduates...They have dedicated staff only to guide LL.M students unlike other law schools which club LL.M's with JD's, Duke recognises LL.M's as having separate requirements....Duke is ranked higher than Georgetown as well...so it only counts if you're going to Georgetown for those specific courses for which it is renowned...Else overall Duke enjoys a better reputation being in the top 10...Add to that excellent network with law firms in New York and a healthy pass percentage at the NY Bar exam, and you have an amazing law school in Duke....Although Durham is not DC, Georgetown is not Duke either....so take your pick....I also got through Virginia which is higher ranked but has little reputation outside America...Duke has a great reputation even here in India...Duke is overall the better school...Only 86 high quality students...friendships for life and personally known to your professors....rest is up to you...And might I add Duke is WAY WAY BETTER THAN GEORGE WASHINGTON...</blockquote>

I totally agree with the statement "although Durham is not DC, Georgetown is not Duke either". Any ideas about courses in investment law and wto law in Duke?
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SKVasan

My application is still under review. Any idea when the final cut off date for their decisions are?

My application is still under review. Any idea when the final cut off date for their decisions are?
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SMB1988

@GG2929:stumbled across this link...Might be of some help to you....http://web.law.duke.edu/curriculum/courseinfo/course?id=448

@GG2929:stumbled across this link...Might be of some help to you....http://web.law.duke.edu/curriculum/courseinfo/course?id=448
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SKVasan

Admitted and moooost probably enrolling! :)

Admitted and moooost probably enrolling! :)
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Congrats, @SKVasan! May I ask you how much time you have to accept the offer?

Congrats, @SKVasan! May I ask you how much time you have to accept the offer?
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Admitted and moooost probably enrolling! :)

Congrats, @SKVasan! May I ask how much time you have to accept the offer?

<blockquote>Admitted and moooost probably enrolling! :)</blockquote>
Congrats, @SKVasan! May I ask how much time you have to accept the offer?
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quest4know...

Anyone else in the 2014 batch have interviews with Dean Maher?


Hi,
I had an interview with Dean Maher last week. Mostly I was the one asking questions about the university in general, she only asked me one question about my current degree.I would suggest you prepare some questions. Don't worry she is really really nice, she doesn't ask any trick question!
Good luck, I hope it will go well for you too !!

Anyone else in the 2014 batch have interviews with Dean Maher?


<blockquote>Hi,
I had an interview with Dean Maher last week. Mostly I was the one asking questions about the university in general, she only asked me one question about my current degree.I would suggest you prepare some questions. Don't worry she is really really nice, she doesn't ask any trick question!
Good luck, I hope it will go well for you too !! </blockquote>
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