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Hello, I am a law student in a second year and I am interested to continue my LL.M. degree in the states. My grade is decent around B and B+. Since I am still doing my second year, I don't know exactly How my GPA will end up. I guess around B+. I am interested in traditional LL.M in business law and a traditional one.

I would like to know how is my chances into these listed schools. I plan to intern with a law firm in my country. I don't have any work experiences except for an internship.

Here are my school lists:
UCLA, UC Berkley, Harvard, GULC, NYU, Fordham, U Penn, and NorthwesternU

Also, my future plan is to work in NY firms or any American firms. I am also interested in working at firms in CA.
I do hope some financial aid. Please do advise me. Thank you, everyone.

[Edited by p on Mar 19, 2019]

Hello, I am a law student in a second year and I am interested to continue my LL.M. degree in the states. My grade is decent around B and B+. Since I am still doing my second year, I don't know exactly How my GPA will end up. I guess around B+. I am interested in traditional LL.M in business law and a traditional one.

I would like to know how is my chances into these listed schools. I plan to intern with a law firm in my country. I don't have any work experiences except for an internship.

Here are my school lists:
UCLA, UC Berkley, Harvard, GULC, NYU, Fordham, U Penn, and NorthwesternU

Also, my future plan is to work in NY firms or any American firms. I am also interested in working at firms in CA.
I do hope some financial aid. Please do advise me. Thank you, everyone.
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Well, it may sound obvious but having a decent working experience for a minimum of two years can increase your chances significantly. Some schools even require their applicants to have at least two years of experience.

Another point is the GPA, if I were you, I would focus much more on that since you are still studying. I have seen some "prestigious" schools that rejected applications just because their GPA was less than other applications.

Well, it may sound obvious but having a decent working experience for a minimum of two years can increase your chances significantly. Some schools even require their applicants to have at least two years of experience.

Another point is the GPA, if I were you, I would focus much more on that since you are still studying. I have seen some "prestigious" schools that rejected applications just because their GPA was less than other applications.
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Well, it may sound obvious but having a decent working experience for a minimum of two years can increase your chances significantly. Some schools even require their applicants to have at least two years of experience.

Another point is the GPA, if I were you, I would focus much more on that since you are still studying. I have seen some "prestigious" schools that rejected applications just because their GPA was less than other applications.


I heard that Berkley do consider GPA the most. As a newly graduated student, I don't really know which one is the best LL.M. program for a non-experience lawyer. One of my senior got into NYU without a work experience. Can you give me more suggestions? or Should I go for a particular LL.M. in a business law? Thank you for your ADVICE.

[quote]Well, it may sound obvious but having a decent working experience for a minimum of two years can increase your chances significantly. Some schools even require their applicants to have at least two years of experience.

Another point is the GPA, if I were you, I would focus much more on that since you are still studying. I have seen some "prestigious" schools that rejected applications just because their GPA was less than other applications. [/quote]

I heard that Berkley do consider GPA the most. As a newly graduated student, I don't really know which one is the best LL.M. program for a non-experience lawyer. One of my senior got into NYU without a work experience. Can you give me more suggestions? or Should I go for a particular LL.M. in a business law? Thank you for your ADVICE.
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