Indians applying for LLM in USA in Dec 2014 application deadlines for fall session 2015


Vashi

Hey does anyone applying for LLM in USA for 2015 fall session ??

Hey does anyone applying for LLM in USA for 2015 fall session ??
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Kats_K

Hi! I am to Columbia, NYU, Georgetown, UC Berkeley and Northwestern. Focusing on Human Rights/Humanitarian Laws/International Laws. What about you? By when do you intend to send off your application package to LSAC?

Hi! I am to Columbia, NYU, Georgetown, UC Berkeley and Northwestern. Focusing on Human Rights/Humanitarian Laws/International Laws. What about you? By when do you intend to send off your application package to LSAC?
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Hey,I have a problem.
I am also applying to the US for Law.
However, I have problem with my transcripts.
DU, is not providing me the transcripts with the LSAC Transcript Request Form, encolsed with my transcripts.

Can anyone of you help, as to what should I do?

Hey,I have a problem.
I am also applying to the US for Law.
However, I have problem with my transcripts.
DU, is not providing me the transcripts with the LSAC Transcript Request Form, encolsed with my transcripts.

Can anyone of you help, as to what should I do?
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hobbit

Hi!

Can someone please clarify whether 2 LORs for HLS should be okay (that's the minimum) - or will it be disadvantageous, given that HLS recognises, and is infact correct, that almost all applicants submit 3!

Anyone particularly with personal experience on this one?

Thanks.

Hi!

Can someone please clarify whether 2 LORs for HLS should be okay (that's the minimum) - or will it be disadvantageous, given that HLS recognises, and is infact correct, that almost all applicants submit 3!

Anyone particularly with personal experience on this one?

Thanks.
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hopeful19

Hey Kats-k,
I too am applying this year to all those schools. My interests too are Human Rights and International Law. I have heard Duke and Michigan too are good for Human Rights. You seem to be in the field since 2012. Whats your take.
Thanks

Hey Kats-k,
I too am applying this year to all those schools. My interests too are Human Rights and International Law. I have heard Duke and Michigan too are good for Human Rights. You seem to be in the field since 2012. Whats your take.
Thanks
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Kats_K

Hey,I have a problem.
I am also applying to the US for Law.
However, I have problem with my transcripts.
DU, is not providing me the transcripts with the LSAC Transcript Request Form, encolsed with my transcripts.

Can anyone of you help, as to what should I do?


Hi!

I suggest you contact LSAC and inform them. The other thing you could do is contact seniors who've gone through the application process in the past and find it what they did in the situation.

I'm not from DU so i can't be of much help, sorry.

<blockquote>Hey,I have a problem.
I am also applying to the US for Law.
However, I have problem with my transcripts.
DU, is not providing me the transcripts with the LSAC Transcript Request Form, encolsed with my transcripts.

Can anyone of you help, as to what should I do?</blockquote>

Hi!

I suggest you contact LSAC and inform them. The other thing you could do is contact seniors who've gone through the application process in the past and find it what they did in the situation.

I'm not from DU so i can't be of much help, sorry.
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Kats_K

Hey Kats-k,
I too am applying this year to all those schools. My interests too are Human Rights and International Law. I have heard Duke and Michigan too are good for Human Rights. You seem to be in the field since 2012. Whats your take.
Thanks


Hey!

I've been watching from the sidelines for years now :)

So well i think Michigan and Duke are excellent choices but I'm personally not interested because of their location. I wish to be closer to or in cities that can offer internship/externship opportunities without me having to give up much study time.

Course content and reputation wise, I'm all for the two mentioned schools.

<blockquote>Hey Kats-k,
I too am applying this year to all those schools. My interests too are Human Rights and International Law. I have heard Duke and Michigan too are good for Human Rights. You seem to be in the field since 2012. Whats your take.
Thanks </blockquote>

Hey!

I've been watching from the sidelines for years now :)

So well i think Michigan and Duke are excellent choices but I'm personally not interested because of their location. I wish to be closer to or in cities that can offer internship/externship opportunities without me having to give up much study time.

Course content and reputation wise, I'm all for the two mentioned schools.
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Kitty-Su

Hey,I have a problem.
I am also applying to the US for Law.
However, I have problem with my transcripts.
DU, is not providing me the transcripts with the LSAC Transcript Request Form, encolsed with my transcripts.

Can anyone of you help, as to what should I do?



Hey
just go to the examination branch and full out the forms. The LSAC form can be signed later by the examination chief.

<blockquote>Hey,I have a problem.
I am also applying to the US for Law.
However, I have problem with my transcripts.
DU, is not providing me the transcripts with the LSAC Transcript Request Form, encolsed with my transcripts.

Can anyone of you help, as to what should I do?</blockquote>


Hey
just go to the examination branch and full out the forms. The LSAC form can be signed later by the examination chief.
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