LLM (Corporate Governance & Practice) 20-21 Applicant - Key Requirements


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Hi,

Can someone enlighten me on the key requirements to be a successful applicant for SLS's LLM Program on Corporate Governance & Practice? This is, of course, apart from the minimum requirement of at least 2 years of professional experience.

Do you need extremely good grades?

A large number of publications?
Hi,

Can someone enlighten me on the key requirements to be a successful applicant for SLS's LLM Program on Corporate Governance & Practice? This is, of course, apart from the minimum requirement of at least 2 years of professional experience.

Do you need extremely good grades?

A large number of publications?
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chicken so...
Of course, these aren't necessarily 'requirements' so to speak, but are definitely good to have.

Looking at last year's batch, at least the ones that entered their info here, a lot of the admitted candidates were in the top 5-10% of their first law degree programs:

https://llm-guide.com/schools/usa/california/stanford-law-school-sls/application-tracker
Of course, these aren't necessarily 'requirements' so to speak, but are definitely good to have.

Looking at last year's batch, at least the ones that entered their info here, a lot of the admitted candidates were in the top 5-10% of their first law degree programs:

https://llm-guide.com/schools/usa/california/stanford-law-school-sls/application-tracker
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Kathrine
I wonder if Stanford pay good attention to one's personal statement. Some schools really don't. People like to state their aspirational goals about changing the world and to say that they have gained certain skills by doing xyz. Is Stanford one of the schools that give more weights to grades, CV and recommendation letters, i.e. those that state what you have already achieved?
I wonder if Stanford pay good attention to one's personal statement. Some schools really don't. People like to state their aspirational goals about changing the world and to say that they have gained certain skills by doing xyz. Is Stanford one of the schools that give more weights to grades, CV and recommendation letters, i.e. those that state what you have already achieved?
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