Help ! UCH,Cornell,Vanderbilt,CWR,Penn State,Ohio State Moritz,Florida State


Rizk
I have been already accepted in:
1) Case Western Reserve with a merit scholarship of 12.000$
2) Penn State Dickinson School of law with a merit scholarship of 10.000$
3) The Ohio State university Moritz College of law with a scholarship of 9.500$ scholarship
4) Florida State University

I am on the waiting list for Cornell.

And I'm still waiting for UC Hastings and Vanderbilt.

All of those programs are General LL.M.
I am having a really hard time choosing between those universities. Being a permanent resident in Ohio State, I am planning on staying in the US after my LL.M degree, maybe take the NY bar exam, and try to find a job as a lawyer in the Criminal Law field anywhere in the US.

Any kind of help would really help me make up my mind and take a final decision.

Cheers !
I have been already accepted in:
1) Case Western Reserve with a merit scholarship of 12.000$
2) Penn State Dickinson School of law with a merit scholarship of 10.000$
3) The Ohio State university Moritz College of law with a scholarship of 9.500$ scholarship
4) Florida State University

I am on the waiting list for Cornell.

And I'm still waiting for UC Hastings and Vanderbilt.

All of those programs are General LL.M.
I am having a really hard time choosing between those universities. Being a permanent resident in Ohio State, I am planning on staying in the US after my LL.M degree, maybe take the NY bar exam, and try to find a job as a lawyer in the Criminal Law field anywhere in the US.

Any kind of help would really help me make up my mind and take a final decision.

Cheers !
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Stagista11
Ohio State or CWRU. I'd personally choose the former over the latter
Ohio State or CWRU. I'd personally choose the former over the latter
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Rizk
Thanks :)
Thanks :)
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Jitana
Hmmm...

Tough one. In this economy though, I would go with whomever is giving me more money :-).

Remember, if our parents are not millionaires, we only get 20K from FAFSA.

Just my two cents.

~Jitana
Hmmm...

Tough one. In this economy though, I would go with whomever is giving me more money :-).

Remember, if our parents are not millionaires, we only get 20K from FAFSA.

Just my two cents.

~Jitana
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Rizk
haha, You have a point there, I am far from being a millionaire, But as I told you I am planning on staying in the US after my LL.M degree and try to find a job, so maybe it would better for me to "invest" some money in a good Uni if that would end up making me find a good job !
haha, You have a point there, I am far from being a millionaire, But as I told you I am planning on staying in the US after my LL.M degree and try to find a job, so maybe it would better for me to "invest" some money in a good Uni if that would end up making me find a good job !
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Jitana
Rizk,


You do have the advantage of having your perm rez. A lot of LLMS will be on student VISAs and can only work for (up to) a year unless a firm/company sponsors them and I have heard that the chances of spotting a white unicorn is slightly higher.

In that case, Cornell then?

~Jitana
Rizk,


You do have the advantage of having your perm rez. A lot of LLMS will be on student VISAs and can only work for (up to) a year unless a firm/company sponsors them and I have heard that the chances of spotting a white unicorn is slightly higher.

In that case, Cornell then?

~Jitana
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