LLM Aspirant for 2018-2019


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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Hi, quick question.

I'm applying to HLS LLM program, when reading the requirements I encounter that LORs ar not accepted via LSAC.

Does anyone know how the procedure works? I couldn't find the methodology in HLS webpage. Will therebe link be sent to my professors to upload them once i complete the application and mark them as refferences?

"20. Am I required to use the LL.M. Credential Assembly Service provided by LSAC?
No, the LL.M. Credential Assembly Service is recommended but is not required. [...] Please note that we do not accept letters of recommendation submitted through LSAC. [...]"

Thanks in advance!!

mariana

[Edited by mariana_barrios on Aug 28, 2017]

Hi, quick question.

I'm applying to HLS LLM program, when reading the requirements I encounter that LORs ar not accepted via LSAC.

Does anyone know how the procedure works? I couldn't find the methodology in HLS webpage. Will therebe link be sent to my professors to upload them once i complete the application and mark them as refferences?

"20. Am I required to use the LL.M. Credential Assembly Service provided by LSAC?
No, the LL.M. Credential Assembly Service is recommended but is not required. [...] Please note that we do not accept letters of recommendation submitted through LSAC. [...]"

Thanks in advance!!

mariana
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LegalLife
Hi, quick question.

I'm applying to HLS LLM program, when reading the requirements I encounter that LORs ar not accepted via LSAC.

Does anyone know how the procedure works? I couldn't find the methodology in HLS webpage. Will therebe link be sent to my professors to upload them once i complete the application and mark them as refferences?

"20. Am I required to use the LL.M. Credential Assembly Service provided by LSAC?
No, the LL.M. Credential Assembly Service is recommended but is not required. [...] Please note that we do not accept letters of recommendation submitted through LSAC. [...]"

Thanks in advance!!

mariana


LORs are submitted by the references themselves through a secure link sent to them.
[quote]Hi, quick question.

I'm applying to HLS LLM program, when reading the requirements I encounter that LORs ar not accepted via LSAC.

Does anyone know how the procedure works? I couldn't find the methodology in HLS webpage. Will therebe link be sent to my professors to upload them once i complete the application and mark them as refferences?

"20. Am I required to use the LL.M. Credential Assembly Service provided by LSAC?
No, the LL.M. Credential Assembly Service is recommended but is not required. [...] Please note that we do not accept letters of recommendation submitted through LSAC. [...]"

Thanks in advance!!

mariana[/quote]

LORs are submitted by the references themselves through a secure link sent to them.
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Sreya
Chirayu Biyani

You should apply for LLM at lower ranked T3/4 law schools. Your percentage such as it is won't simply not make the cut for T1/2 law schools.
Chirayu Biyani

You should apply for LLM at lower ranked T3/4 law schools. Your percentage such as it is won't simply not make the cut for T1/2 law schools.
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Hil
Hey guys quick question.
I logged into my LSAC Account and my AACRAO Status is: Hold - Documentation - Verification

What does this mean?
Hey guys quick question.
I logged into my LSAC Account and my AACRAO Status is: Hold - Documentation - Verification

What does this mean?
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Wini
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.



It would be best to get prior work experience before applying.
[quote]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.[/quote]


It would be best to get prior work experience before applying.
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