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Hi.
It would be of great help if someone could tell me what are my chances of getting into the LLM program of -
1. NYU
2. Santa Clara
3. UCLA
4. Cardoza if my percentage is 53% and I am pursuing my LLB from India.
Hi.
It would be of great help if someone could tell me what are my chances of getting into the LLM program of -
1. NYU
2. Santa Clara
3. UCLA
4. Cardoza if my percentage is 53% and I am pursuing my LLB from India.
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Hello Everyone,

I am from India pursuing my final year in B.Com LL.B. from Panjab University, Chandigarh.
I have an aggregate of above 75% in 4 years.
I have done a considerable amount of internships (around 20 weeks). I have also won many awards in judgment writing competition, moot court competitions, client counseling competition, legal quiz competition. I also have a couple of research papers published in international journals.
Apart from this, I have a member of various committees in our college and I have also been college manager for lawctopus.com.

Kindly suggest me if I can get Oxford or Cambridge. And also, which is the best law school that I can get in the USA.
Hello Everyone,

I am from India pursuing my final year in B.Com LL.B. from Panjab University, Chandigarh.
I have an aggregate of above 75% in 4 years.
I have done a considerable amount of internships (around 20 weeks). I have also won many awards in judgment writing competition, moot court competitions, client counseling competition, legal quiz competition. I also have a couple of research papers published in international journals.
Apart from this, I have a member of various committees in our college and I have also been college manager for lawctopus.com.

Kindly suggest me if I can get Oxford or Cambridge. And also, which is the best law school that I can get in the USA.
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LegalLife
The only way you can know your chances is if you actually apply.

Also, read the admission requirements of each of the schools you want to go to.
The only way you can know your chances is if you actually apply.

Also, read the admission requirements of each of the schools you want to go to.
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