Help! Does my profile satisfy admission criteria for top US schools?


Hi everyone,



I'm seeking your opinion on whether or not my profile matches the typical admitted student to top US LLM programs especially those of Harvard, Columbia, and the Ivy League broadly.



I studied political science in undergrad at one of the world's best ranked universities, and then completed my law degree at the same university (in France). I have close to a 15/20 average in law school (for guidance, a 14/20 in France is considered an A-).



I have two years of work experience. I spent some time abroad working in Big Tech, then clerked at four top international firms (including one V5 and two V20 firms). I'm specialized in international arbitration and speak three languages fluently. I have very strong references from partners at law firms and former professors.



Thank you for your opinions!

[Edited by rebus sic stantibus on Mar 03, 2021]

Hi everyone,<br>
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I'm seeking your opinion on whether or not my profile matches the typical admitted student to top US LLM programs especially those of Harvard, Columbia, and the Ivy League broadly.<br>
<br>
I studied political science in undergrad at one of the world's best ranked universities, and then completed my law degree at the same university (in France). I have close to a 15/20 average in law school (for guidance, a 14/20 in France is considered an A-).<br>
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I have two years of work experience. I spent some time abroad working in Big Tech, then clerked at four top international firms (including one V5 and two V20 firms). I'm specialized in international arbitration and speak three languages fluently. I have very strong references from partners at law firms and former professors.<br>
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Thank you for your opinions!
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Hi everyone,

I'm seeking your opinion on whether or not my profile matches the typical admitted student to top US LLM programs especially those of Harvard, Columbia, and the Ivy League broadly.

I studied political science in undergrad at one of the world's best ranked universities, and then completed my law degree at the same university (in France). I have close to a 15/20 average in law school (for guidance, a 14/20 in France is considered an A-).

I have two years of work experience. I spent some time abroad working in Big Tech, then clerked at four top international firms (including one V5 and two V20 firms). I'm specialized in international arbitration and speak three languages fluently. I have very strong references from partners at law firms and former professors.

Thank you for your opinions!


This looks like a great profile. You might also consider to add a LoR from a client, as several Unis - e.g., Coulmbia - might appreciate feedbacks on your works..  

[quote]Hi everyone,

I'm seeking your opinion on whether or not my profile matches the typical admitted student to top US LLM programs especially those of Harvard, Columbia, and the Ivy League broadly.

I studied political science in undergrad at one of the world's best ranked universities, and then completed my law degree at the same university (in France). I have close to a 15/20 average in law school (for guidance, a 14/20 in France is considered an A-).

I have two years of work experience. I spent some time abroad working in Big Tech, then clerked at four top international firms (including one V5 and two V20 firms). I'm specialized in international arbitration and speak three languages fluently. I have very strong references from partners at law firms and former professors.

Thank you for your opinions! [/quote]<br><br>This looks like a great profile. You might also consider to add a LoR from a client, as several Unis - e.g., Coulmbia - might appreciate feedbacks on your works..&nbsp;&nbsp;
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