NYU Application 2020-2021


Who is planning to apply to NYU for LLM starting in 2020?

I know that only one academic recommendation letter is required, but I'm planning to obtain a profesional recommendation letter too. Any advice on this?

Thank you!!

Victoria
Who is planning to apply to NYU for LLM starting in 2020?

I know that only one academic recommendation letter is required, but I'm planning to obtain a profesional recommendation letter too. Any advice on this?

Thank you!!

Victoria
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Clark 804
What kind of advice are you looking for? A second letter can help, if it's a good one and from somebody who knows your work. Bonus points if they're alumni of the school.
What kind of advice are you looking for? A second letter can help, if it's a good one and from somebody who knows your work. Bonus points if they're alumni of the school.
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jeremy222
I'm thinking about the LLM in Corporation Law. Are you looking at a specific focus area?
I'm thinking about the LLM in Corporation Law. Are you looking at a specific focus area?
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I'm thinking about the LLM in Corporation Law. Are you looking at a specific focus area?


Hello, same area!!
[quote]I'm thinking about the LLM in Corporation Law. Are you looking at a specific focus area?[/quote]

Hello, same area!!
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Divya 21
Who is planning to apply to NYU for LLM starting in 2020?

I know that only one academic recommendation letter is required, but I'm planning to obtain a profesional recommendation letter too. Any advice on this?

Thank you!!

Victoria
[quote]Who is planning to apply to NYU for LLM starting in 2020?

I know that only one academic recommendation letter is required, but I'm planning to obtain a profesional recommendation letter too. Any advice on this?

Thank you!!

Victoria[/quote]
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joychu
I'm thinking about the LLM in Corporation Law. Are you looking at a specific focus area?


Same, too!
[quote]I'm thinking about the LLM in Corporation Law. Are you looking at a specific focus area?[/quote]

Same, too!
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Ccilia
Hi everyone,
I was just wondering how do you guys exactly proceed for the transcripts ? Especially French people ...
What should we do ? Should we ask as translator for the certified translation and then ask the uni to send them to LSAC ? Do we send the paper version to each uni ? Or do we send everything to LSAC only ?
If anyone French or familiar with the French system could get in touch with me ... I don’t really know what to ask to my uni ...
Thank you ????
Hi everyone,
I was just wondering how do you guys exactly proceed for the transcripts ? Especially French people ...
What should we do ? Should we ask as translator for the certified translation and then ask the uni to send them to LSAC ? Do we send the paper version to each uni ? Or do we send everything to LSAC only ?
If anyone French or familiar with the French system could get in touch with me ... I don’t really know what to ask to my uni ...
Thank you ????
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Hi everyone,
I was just wondering how do you guys exactly proceed for the transcripts ? Especially French people ...
What should we do ? Should we ask as translator for the certified translation and then ask the uni to send them to LSAC ? Do we send the paper version to each uni ? Or do we send everything to LSAC only ?
If anyone French or familiar with the French system could get in touch with me ... I don’t really know what to ask to my uni ...
Thank you ????


I’m french as well, I think you can send everything to LSAC but for the translation of the transcripts I still don’t know if I have to contact a certified translator... Good luck
[quote]Hi everyone,
I was just wondering how do you guys exactly proceed for the transcripts ? Especially French people ...
What should we do ? Should we ask as translator for the certified translation and then ask the uni to send them to LSAC ? Do we send the paper version to each uni ? Or do we send everything to LSAC only ?
If anyone French or familiar with the French system could get in touch with me ... I don’t really know what to ask to my uni ...
Thank you ????[/quote]

I’m french as well, I think you can send everything to LSAC but for the translation of the transcripts I still don’t know if I have to contact a certified translator... Good luck
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Mini96
I'm thinking about the LLM in Corporation Law. Are you looking at a specific focus area?


Hello, same area!!



How much one should score approx in their undergrad to get into NYU for LLM?
[quote][quote]I'm thinking about the LLM in Corporation Law. Are you looking at a specific focus area?[/quote]

Hello, same area!! [/quote]


How much one should score approx in their undergrad to get into NYU for LLM?
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Ccilia
Thanks for your answer.
I also wanted to know, if in the institutions we attended we should also put the one we are in currently, like I did my master 1 in a college and I began my master 2 this week in an other university (classes just started this week so it is very likely that I won’t have any transcripts soon for the law schools) ... should I also add this second university to the school I attended ? I guess no because they won’t have anything to provide for me ... but I am not sure ...
Thanks for your answer.
I also wanted to know, if in the institutions we attended we should also put the one we are in currently, like I did my master 1 in a college and I began my master 2 this week in an other university (classes just started this week so it is very likely that I won’t have any transcripts soon for the law schools) ... should I also add this second university to the school I attended ? I guess no because they won’t have anything to provide for me ... but I am not sure ...
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VEEKAY30
I'm thinking about the LLM in Corporation Law. Are you looking at a specific focus area?


Hey! Same here.
[quote]I'm thinking about the LLM in Corporation Law. Are you looking at a specific focus area?[/quote]

Hey! Same here.
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manu20k19
Hi,

I have applied for LLM (2019-2020) to
1.Uconn School of Law and
2.University of Buffalo School of Law

I have not heard yet from them.Is anyone else waiting for admission to these schools?
Hi,

I have applied for LLM (2019-2020) to
1.Uconn School of Law and
2.University of Buffalo School of Law

I have not heard yet from them.Is anyone else waiting for admission to these schools?
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Good morning guys,

I am applying for the IBRLA LL.M. and there is something I would like to ask you: when I am about to send my documents through LSAC, do I have to purchase tools like DAS, ITAES and similar? I can't understand whether I am able to complete my application without this expense or not.

Thanks a lot in advance to whoever can help me out.
Good morning guys,

I am applying for the IBRLA LL.M. and there is something I would like to ask you: when I am about to send my documents through LSAC, do I have to purchase tools like DAS, ITAES and similar? I can't understand whether I am able to complete my application without this expense or not.

Thanks a lot in advance to whoever can help me out.
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manu20k19
The DAS and ITAES are services provided by LSAC.If you pay for these services while applying through LSAC,LSAC will evaluate your transcripts and send them to the colleges you have applied to.If you are not applying for colleges through LSAC but are directly sending your application to the college itself you dont require the DAS and ITAES services.

DAS is Document Assembly Service and ITAES is International Transcript Authentication and Evaluation Service .

You need to make the payment two to three weeks prior to the date you want to avail those services.
The DAS and ITAES are services provided by LSAC.If you pay for these services while applying through LSAC,LSAC will evaluate your transcripts and send them to the colleges you have applied to.If you are not applying for colleges through LSAC but are directly sending your application to the college itself you dont require the DAS and ITAES services.

DAS is Document Assembly Service and ITAES is International Transcript Authentication and Evaluation Service .

You need to make the payment two to three weeks prior to the date you want to avail those services.
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Kathrine
Is anyone here a fresh grad like me? I expect to gain my LLB (low 2:1) in May 2020 and would like to apply for NYU LLM Fall 2020 start. However, I know that NYU strongly prefer candidates with at least 1-2 year(s) full-time postgraduate work experience. Although I have done a vacation scheme in a city firm and have good extra curricular activities, I still worry that I might be put in a considerable disadvantage.

The professor who knows me well and wrote me the letter of recommendation this year will retire soon, and he made clear that he will not be able to write me a new letter next year. This is one of the reasons why I want to study masters immediately after my bachelor's.

Should I really work for 2 years before applying? However, I don't know if a letter from an employer would be more helpful than that from a professor who is an established researcher and knows me well for 2 years. I would appreciate some advice.
Is anyone here a fresh grad like me? I expect to gain my LLB (low 2:1) in May 2020 and would like to apply for NYU LLM Fall 2020 start. However, I know that NYU strongly prefer candidates with at least 1-2 year(s) full-time postgraduate work experience. Although I have done a vacation scheme in a city firm and have good extra curricular activities, I still worry that I might be put in a considerable disadvantage.

The professor who knows me well and wrote me the letter of recommendation this year will retire soon, and he made clear that he will not be able to write me a new letter next year. This is one of the reasons why I want to study masters immediately after my bachelor's.

Should I really work for 2 years before applying? However, I don't know if a letter from an employer would be more helpful than that from a professor who is an established researcher and knows me well for 2 years. I would appreciate some advice.
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