Let's talk about the size of class


Jasonllm
It is said that the class of UoM and Cornell will be smaller than the others. Does anyone know how small it is?
It is said that the class of UoM and Cornell will be smaller than the others. Does anyone know how small it is?
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I heard that Cornell's llm class has only about 50 students.
I heard that Cornell's llm class has only about 50 students.
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Gab2009
It is said that the class of UoM and Cornell will be smaller than the others. Does anyone know how small it is?


Hello,

well, the information I have is that Cornell has about 50 students and UoM about 45-48 students!
<blockquote>It is said that the class of UoM and Cornell will be smaller than the others. Does anyone know how small it is? </blockquote>

Hello,

well, the information I have is that Cornell has about 50 students and UoM about 45-48 students!
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Stagista11
Sorry, but Chicago shouldn't be around the same size? 50 more or less if I'm not mistaken...
Sorry, but Chicago shouldn't be around the same size? 50 more or less if I'm not mistaken...
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Cornell admits 55-60 students each year, which is clearly stated on their website. Concerning UoM, around 45.
Cornell admits 55-60 students each year, which is clearly stated on their website. Concerning UoM, around 45.
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petra79
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Stagista11
Jeez! only 36? that's too bad, since here we read of more than 25 fellows already admitted there...thanks petra
Jeez! only 36? that's too bad, since here we read of more than 25 fellows already admitted there...thanks petra
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laichllm
From my recollection, Chicago admits about 50 applicants each year. My further check on the document sent by Mr. Badger regarding the enrolled students at Chicago showed that the average number for the enrolled students from 2004 to 2008 at Chicago is 50, with a maximum of 53 and a minimum of 49.
From my recollection, Chicago admits about 50 applicants each year. My further check on the document sent by Mr. Badger regarding the enrolled students at Chicago showed that the average number for the enrolled students from 2004 to 2008 at Chicago is 50, with a maximum of 53 and a minimum of 49.
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dk-mani
It is said that the class of UoM and Cornell will be smaller than the others. Does anyone know how small it is?


The admission letter from UoM states that the class has 40 students
<blockquote>It is said that the class of UoM and Cornell will be smaller than the others. Does anyone know how small it is? </blockquote>

The admission letter from UoM states that the class has 40 students
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Gab2009
From my recollection, Chicago admits about 50 applicants each year. My further check on the document sent by Mr. Badger regarding the enrolled students at Chicago showed that the average number for the enrolled students from 2004 to 2008 at Chicago is 50, with a maximum of 53 and a minimum of 49.


I have the same information about chicago!

Actually, there are many programs with 40-60 students...Umich, Cornell, UCLA, Virginia, Chicago...
<blockquote>From my recollection, Chicago admits about 50 applicants each year. My further check on the document sent by Mr. Badger regarding the enrolled students at Chicago showed that the average number for the enrolled students from 2004 to 2008 at Chicago is 50, with a maximum of 53 and a minimum of 49.</blockquote>

I have the same information about chicago!

Actually, there are many programs with 40-60 students...Umich, Cornell, UCLA, Virginia, Chicago...
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TTG
How about the size of the class in Upenn and Northwestern?
How about the size of the class in Upenn and Northwestern?
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Jasonllm
Is UPenn's class the biggest one in Top 14? How about Duke and Georgetown?
Is UPenn's class the biggest one in Top 14? How about Duke and Georgetown?
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P.E.T.
From my recollection, Chicago admits about 50 applicants each year. My further check on the document sent by Mr. Badger regarding the enrolled students at Chicago showed that the average number for the enrolled students from 2004 to 2008 at Chicago is 50, with a maximum of 53 and a minimum of 49.


I have the same information about chicago!

Actually, there are many programs with 40-60 students...Umich, Cornell, UCLA, Virginia, Chicago...



You seem to be right Gab 2009.

"What are my chances of being admitted to the LL.M. Program? Each year the Law School receives approximately 750 applications for the 50 positions in the LL.M. program. Admission decisions for the LL.M. program are based primarily on two factors: 1) the ability of the applicant to flourish in a demanding academic program as evidenced by the prior academic and professional record, and English proficiency; and 2) the extent to which the applicant's background and research interests coincide with available academic resources for the academic year for which he or she will be in residence."

See http://www.law.uchicago.edu/prospective/llm-faq.html
<blockquote><blockquote>From my recollection, Chicago admits about 50 applicants each year. My further check on the document sent by Mr. Badger regarding the enrolled students at Chicago showed that the average number for the enrolled students from 2004 to 2008 at Chicago is 50, with a maximum of 53 and a minimum of 49.</blockquote>

I have the same information about chicago!

Actually, there are many programs with 40-60 students...Umich, Cornell, UCLA, Virginia, Chicago...</blockquote>


You seem to be right Gab 2009.

"What are my chances of being admitted to the LL.M. Program? Each year the Law School receives approximately 750 applications for the 50 positions in the LL.M. program. Admission decisions for the LL.M. program are based primarily on two factors: 1) the ability of the applicant to flourish in a demanding academic program as evidenced by the prior academic and professional record, and English proficiency; and 2) the extent to which the applicant's background and research interests coincide with available academic resources for the academic year for which he or she will be in residence."

See http://www.law.uchicago.edu/prospective/llm-faq.html
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P.E.T.
Is UPenn's class the biggest one in Top 14? How about Duke and Georgetown?



Duke: "The new international students for the 2008-2009 academic year hail from 39 countries, with 76 LLM students, 16 exchange students, and 2 entering SJD students."
See http://www.law.duke.edu/internat/internationalstudents

Georgetown: "In the fall of 2008, almost 400 students entered the graduate programs at Georgetown Law."
See http://www.law.georgetown.edu/admissions/GradFAQs.htm
<blockquote>Is UPenn's class the biggest one in Top 14? How about Duke and Georgetown?</blockquote>


Duke: "The new international students for the 2008-2009 academic year hail from 39 countries, with 76 LLM students, 16 exchange students, and 2 entering SJD students."
See http://www.law.duke.edu/internat/internationalstudents

Georgetown: "In the fall of 2008, almost 400 students entered the graduate programs at Georgetown Law."
See http://www.law.georgetown.edu/admissions/GradFAQs.htm
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P.E.T.
Alright, I better finish what I started...

Northwestern: About 90 in the (general?) LLM class and 25 in the LLM/Kellogg. See http://www.law.northwestern.edu/admissions/profile/

UPenn: "and an additional group of approximately 90 international law graduates from over 20 different countries studying for the Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree." See http://www.law.upenn.edu/cpp/employer/about/
Alright, I better finish what I started...

Northwestern: About 90 in the (general?) LLM class and 25 in the LLM/Kellogg. See http://www.law.northwestern.edu/admissions/profile/

UPenn: "and an additional group of approximately 90 international law graduates from over 20 different countries studying for the Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree." See http://www.law.upenn.edu/cpp/employer/about/
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TTG
What is the class size of Columbia ?
What is the class size of Columbia ?
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06boya
how about the south? UC berkeley, UCLA n USC?
how about the south? UC berkeley, UCLA n USC?
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Gab2009
Guys, all these are stated in each school site! :-)
Guys, all these are stated in each school site! :-)
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P.E.T.
CLS "Every year the Law School enrolls approximately 210 graduate students from more than 50 countries with experience spanning all areas of the legal profession"
http://www.law.columbia.edu/llm_jsd

Berkeley 80 admitted
http://www.law.berkeley.edu/admissions/advdegree/catalog/page6.html

UCLA
How many applications does the LL.M. Program receive?
For the 2008-2009 academic year, the LL.M. Program received over 800 applications for admission. Generally, 25 to 30 percent of those who apply are offered admission to the program each year.
How many students enroll in the LL.M. Program each year?
The LL.M. class consists of 45 to 55 students each year.
http://www.law.ucla.edu/home/index.asp?page=2266#howmanyapp

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CLS "Every year the Law School enrolls approximately 210 graduate students from more than 50 countries with experience spanning all areas of the legal profession"
http://www.law.columbia.edu/llm_jsd

Berkeley 80 admitted
http://www.law.berkeley.edu/admissions/advdegree/catalog/page6.html

UCLA
How many applications does the LL.M. Program receive?
For the 2008-2009 academic year, the LL.M. Program received over 800 applications for admission. Generally, 25 to 30 percent of those who apply are offered admission to the program each year.
How many students enroll in the LL.M. Program each year?
The LL.M. class consists of 45 to 55 students each year.
http://www.law.ucla.edu/home/index.asp?page=2266#howmanyapp

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P.E.T.
Gab2009
Hence the URL:s..
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Gab2009
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