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ajbr1

hey guys.... I'm a law graduate from India. I've pursued my 5 year course from a gud university (not a NLU though) and i'm d gold medalist of my batch (gpa of 3.9/4). i have few publications and 2 moots to my credit. right now i'm working as an individual practitioner (district court) and will be having a work exp of almst a year

Can any of u guide me on my chances of getting through any of the Ivy league colleges.

hey guys.... I'm a law graduate from India. I've pursued my 5 year course from a gud university (not a NLU though) and i'm d gold medalist of my batch (gpa of 3.9/4). i have few publications and 2 moots to my credit. right now i'm working as an individual practitioner (district court) and will be having a work exp of almst a year

Can any of u guide me on my chances of getting through any of the Ivy league colleges.
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olivers

hey guys.... I'm a law graduate from India. I've pursued my 5 year course from a gud university (not a NLU though) and i'm d gold medalist of my batch (gpa of 3.9/4). i have few publications and 2 moots to my credit. right now i'm working as an individual practitioner (district court) and will be having a work exp of almst a year

Can any of u guide me on my chances of getting through any of the Ivy league colleges.


Most universities are happy to give out admits to LLM's with less than stellar credentials. You will be more than welcome in at least one, if not more of your target institutions. The degrees are on sale now, come and get them before they lose all value. The question for you is how valuable is your money? Chances of a US job are slim to none. Chances of return on investment in your country is for you to judge.

<blockquote>hey guys.... I'm a law graduate from India. I've pursued my 5 year course from a gud university (not a NLU though) and i'm d gold medalist of my batch (gpa of 3.9/4). i have few publications and 2 moots to my credit. right now i'm working as an individual practitioner (district court) and will be having a work exp of almst a year

Can any of u guide me on my chances of getting through any of the Ivy league colleges.</blockquote>

Most universities are happy to give out admits to LLM's with less than stellar credentials. You will be more than welcome in at least one, if not more of your target institutions. The degrees are on sale now, come and get them before they lose all value. The question for you is how valuable is your money? Chances of a US job are slim to none. Chances of return on investment in your country is for you to judge.
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