Hi everyone,

I am going to apply to Human Rights LL.Ms in US and considering Columbia, Northwestern Pritzker, and WCL. However, I got a GPA of 2.94 and there is no significant internship on my resume.

Still, I spent my university years as the subject of serious political pressure and, including being imprisoned as a thought criminal, accumulated serious personal experiences that are worth telling. I graduated from top law school in my country, I have a TOEFL score of 105 and I believe I will receive strong letters of recommendation.

The issue I would like your help with is: What do you think about the possibility of such an application being accepted? Do you think it is strong enough to make up for the GPA and internship deficiencies?

Thank you in advance!

[Edited by allcakir on Jul 14, 2023]