NYU LLM 2016-2017


KevinLomax
So no one appplied to the Environmental and Energy LLM?

Still no news...
So no one appplied to the Environmental and Energy LLM?

Still no news...
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Jlybnn
This is absurd how long we have to wait. We should probably expect some waiting list/ rejection emails later tonight..yay


Better than waiting and wasting our times.
<blockquote>This is absurd how long we have to wait. We should probably expect some waiting list/ rejection emails later tonight..yay</blockquote>

Better than waiting and wasting our times.
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Nebbux
They answered me they know we have to get the decisions before the end of the month so it seems that they will do it.
They answered me they know we have to get the decisions before the end of the month so it seems that they will do it.
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I was prepared by candidates from previous years that it may take time to hear from NYU..in mid and late-April they were still sending admission letters last year. I still wait though...May I ask those who are already admitted whether they receive the scholarship/financial aid results along with the admission or there is a separate decision like in Columbia?
I was prepared by candidates from previous years that it may take time to hear from NYU..in mid and late-April they were still sending admission letters last year. I still wait though...May I ask those who are already admitted whether they receive the scholarship/financial aid results along with the admission or there is a separate decision like in Columbia?
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MELWANIR
For those wandering, NYU has at least rolled out some rejections. I got mine this afternoon :'(((

So if you still haven't hear back, I would simply be patient. You honestly can't predict anything until you actually receive your decision. No point fretting about something not in your control.

On that note, best of luck for those still waiting!
For those wandering, NYU has at least rolled out some rejections. I got mine this afternoon :'(((

So if you still haven't hear back, I would simply be patient. You honestly can't predict anything until you actually receive your decision. No point fretting about something not in your control.

On that note, best of luck for those still waiting!
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Hi all,

Congratulations to everyone who has heard good news.

I applied at the end of January for the Domestic Tax LLM, and I have yet to hear back. I know there have been some people who have been admitted. I was wondering if a majority of people who applied to the Tax LLM program have heard back yet. Additionally, does anyone know when most of the Tax LLM acceptances and rejections are released?
Hi all,

Congratulations to everyone who has heard good news.

I applied at the end of January for the Domestic Tax LLM, and I have yet to hear back. I know there have been some people who have been admitted. I was wondering if a majority of people who applied to the Tax LLM program have heard back yet. Additionally, does anyone know when most of the Tax LLM acceptances and rejections are released?
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TaxBear
Hi all,

Congratulations to everyone who has heard good news.

I applied at the end of January for the Domestic Tax LLM, and I have yet to hear back. I know there have been some people who have been admitted. I was wondering if a majority of people who applied to the Tax LLM program have heard back yet. Additionally, does anyone know when most of the Tax LLM acceptances and rejections are released?


This is really hard to tell whether "a majority" of domestic Tax LLM applicants have been admitted or rejected.

Referring my experience from last year (as well as two of my friends who applied Tax LLM with US JD), it is possible to receive admission from NYU as late as June. I personally received my admission by the end of March, and I finished my application around Feb 1.

If you are top quartile of your graduating class and pull out terrific tax grades during your JD study, I would suggest that you chill out, relax, and simply wait for an admission as NYU just finished issuing decisions to applicants with foreign education.

One thing I could share with you is that you could pressure NYU to issue a decision if you already got admission from other institutions.

Best of lucks!
<blockquote>Hi all,

Congratulations to everyone who has heard good news.

I applied at the end of January for the Domestic Tax LLM, and I have yet to hear back. I know there have been some people who have been admitted. I was wondering if a majority of people who applied to the Tax LLM program have heard back yet. Additionally, does anyone know when most of the Tax LLM acceptances and rejections are released?</blockquote>

This is really hard to tell whether "a majority" of domestic Tax LLM applicants have been admitted or rejected.

Referring my experience from last year (as well as two of my friends who applied Tax LLM with US JD), it is possible to receive admission from NYU as late as June. I personally received my admission by the end of March, and I finished my application around Feb 1.

If you are top quartile of your graduating class and pull out terrific tax grades during your JD study, I would suggest that you chill out, relax, and simply wait for an admission as NYU just finished issuing decisions to applicants with foreign education.

One thing I could share with you is that you could pressure NYU to issue a decision if you already got admission from other institutions.

Best of lucks!
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I appreciate it!
I appreciate it!
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AlFa1984
Finally an answer. Applied for CIIL. Rejected. Oh well... Good luck guys!
Finally an answer. Applied for CIIL. Rejected. Oh well... Good luck guys!
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Sllawyer
Hi all,

Congratulations to everyone who has heard good news.

I applied at the end of January for the Domestic Tax LLM, and I have yet to hear back. I know there have been some people who have been admitted. I was wondering if a majority of people who applied to the Tax LLM program have heard back yet. Additionally, does anyone know when most of the Tax LLM acceptances and rejections are released?


This is really hard to tell whether "a majority" of domestic Tax LLM applicants have been admitted or rejected.

Referring my experience from last year (as well as two of my friends who applied Tax LLM with US JD), it is possible to receive admission from NYU as late as June. I personally received my admission by the end of March, and I finished my application around Feb 1.

If you are top quartile of your graduating class and pull out terrific tax grades during your JD study, I would suggest that you chill out, relax, and simply wait for an admission as NYU just finished issuing decisions to applicants with foreign education.

One thing I could share with you is that you could pressure NYU to issue a decision if you already got admission from other institutions.

Best of lucks!


Hi.. How do you know if all the decisions for foreign applicants have gone out by now? :)
<blockquote><blockquote>Hi all,

Congratulations to everyone who has heard good news.

I applied at the end of January for the Domestic Tax LLM, and I have yet to hear back. I know there have been some people who have been admitted. I was wondering if a majority of people who applied to the Tax LLM program have heard back yet. Additionally, does anyone know when most of the Tax LLM acceptances and rejections are released?</blockquote>

This is really hard to tell whether "a majority" of domestic Tax LLM applicants have been admitted or rejected.

Referring my experience from last year (as well as two of my friends who applied Tax LLM with US JD), it is possible to receive admission from NYU as late as June. I personally received my admission by the end of March, and I finished my application around Feb 1.

If you are top quartile of your graduating class and pull out terrific tax grades during your JD study, I would suggest that you chill out, relax, and simply wait for an admission as NYU just finished issuing decisions to applicants with foreign education.

One thing I could share with you is that you could pressure NYU to issue a decision if you already got admission from other institutions.

Best of lucks!</blockquote>

Hi.. How do you know if all the decisions for foreign applicants have gone out by now? :)
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ssnava
Hi all,

Congratulations to everyone who has heard good news.

I applied at the end of January for the Domestic Tax LLM, and I have yet to hear back. I know there have been some people who have been admitted. I was wondering if a majority of people who applied to the Tax LLM program have heard back yet. Additionally, does anyone know when most of the Tax LLM acceptances and rejections are released?


This is really hard to tell whether "a majority" of domestic Tax LLM applicants have been admitted or rejected.

Referring my experience from last year (as well as two of my friends who applied Tax LLM with US JD), it is possible to receive admission from NYU as late as June. I personally received my admission by the end of March, and I finished my application around Feb 1.

If you are top quartile of your graduating class and pull out terrific tax grades during your JD study, I would suggest that you chill out, relax, and simply wait for an admission as NYU just finished issuing decisions to applicants with foreign education.

One thing I could share with you is that you could pressure NYU to issue a decision if you already got admission from other institutions.

Best of lucks!


Hi.. How do you know if all the decisions for foreign applicants have gone out by now? :)


I am sure it hasn't, cause I applied in the deadline (december 15th) and I am still waiting for news...
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hi all,

Congratulations to everyone who has heard good news.

I applied at the end of January for the Domestic Tax LLM, and I have yet to hear back. I know there have been some people who have been admitted. I was wondering if a majority of people who applied to the Tax LLM program have heard back yet. Additionally, does anyone know when most of the Tax LLM acceptances and rejections are released?</blockquote>

This is really hard to tell whether "a majority" of domestic Tax LLM applicants have been admitted or rejected.

Referring my experience from last year (as well as two of my friends who applied Tax LLM with US JD), it is possible to receive admission from NYU as late as June. I personally received my admission by the end of March, and I finished my application around Feb 1.

If you are top quartile of your graduating class and pull out terrific tax grades during your JD study, I would suggest that you chill out, relax, and simply wait for an admission as NYU just finished issuing decisions to applicants with foreign education.

One thing I could share with you is that you could pressure NYU to issue a decision if you already got admission from other institutions.

Best of lucks!</blockquote>

Hi.. How do you know if all the decisions for foreign applicants have gone out by now? :)</blockquote>

I am sure it hasn't, cause I applied in the deadline (december 15th) and I am still waiting for news...
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Admitted but without financial aid ;(
Admitted but without financial aid ;(
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ssnava
I wrote NYU asking about the admissions decisions and they just answered me that all applicants who applied by the deadline will receive their answer in march. Lets wait...
I wrote NYU asking about the admissions decisions and they just answered me that all applicants who applied by the deadline will receive their answer in march. Lets wait...
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Go4Tax
Hi all,

Congratulations to everyone who has heard good news.

I applied at the end of January for the Domestic Tax LLM, and I have yet to hear back. I know there have been some people who have been admitted. I was wondering if a majority of people who applied to the Tax LLM program have heard back yet. Additionally, does anyone know when most of the Tax LLM acceptances and rejections are released?


This is really hard to tell whether "a majority" of domestic Tax LLM applicants have been admitted or rejected.

Referring my experience from last year (as well as two of my friends who applied Tax LLM with US JD), it is possible to receive admission from NYU as late as June. I personally received my admission by the end of March, and I finished my application around Feb 1.

If you are top quartile of your graduating class and pull out terrific tax grades during your JD study, I would suggest that you chill out, relax, and simply wait for an admission as NYU just finished issuing decisions to applicants with foreign education.

One thing I could share with you is that you could pressure NYU to issue a decision if you already got admission from other institutions.

Best of lucks!


Hi.. How do you know if all the decisions for foreign applicants have gone out by now? :)


I am sure it hasn't, cause I applied in the deadline (december 15th) and I am still waiting for news...


I believe TaxBear was speaking in generalities. My observations/experiences with the domestic tax program are as follows:

If an applicant had work experience or is a 3L from a strong JD program, a decision was granted before foreign applicants were notified. If a domestic tax applicant applied later in the application process and/or is coming from a lesser JD program (you can define that as you may), decisions were granted generally after the foreign applicants received their notifications--typically early April and onwards.

I think what TaxBear was trying to say (and please correct me if I'm wrong) is that domestic tax applicants should not start to worry yet because, as it has historically done, the admissions committee should resume issuing domestic tax decisions in a week or two after it finishes issuing decisions to the foreign applicants.
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hi all,

Congratulations to everyone who has heard good news.

I applied at the end of January for the Domestic Tax LLM, and I have yet to hear back. I know there have been some people who have been admitted. I was wondering if a majority of people who applied to the Tax LLM program have heard back yet. Additionally, does anyone know when most of the Tax LLM acceptances and rejections are released?</blockquote>

This is really hard to tell whether "a majority" of domestic Tax LLM applicants have been admitted or rejected.

Referring my experience from last year (as well as two of my friends who applied Tax LLM with US JD), it is possible to receive admission from NYU as late as June. I personally received my admission by the end of March, and I finished my application around Feb 1.

If you are top quartile of your graduating class and pull out terrific tax grades during your JD study, I would suggest that you chill out, relax, and simply wait for an admission as NYU just finished issuing decisions to applicants with foreign education.

One thing I could share with you is that you could pressure NYU to issue a decision if you already got admission from other institutions.

Best of lucks!</blockquote>

Hi.. How do you know if all the decisions for foreign applicants have gone out by now? :)</blockquote>

I am sure it hasn't, cause I applied in the deadline (december 15th) and I am still waiting for news...</blockquote>

I believe TaxBear was speaking in generalities. My observations/experiences with the domestic tax program are as follows:

If an applicant had work experience or is a 3L from a strong JD program, a decision was granted before foreign applicants were notified. If a domestic tax applicant applied later in the application process and/or is coming from a lesser JD program (you can define that as you may), decisions were granted generally after the foreign applicants received their notifications--typically early April and onwards.

I think what TaxBear was trying to say (and please correct me if I'm wrong) is that domestic tax applicants should not start to worry yet because, as it has historically done, the admissions committee should resume issuing domestic tax decisions in a week or two after it finishes issuing decisions to the foreign applicants.
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TaxBear
Hi all,

Congratulations to everyone who has heard good news.

I applied at the end of January for the Domestic Tax LLM, and I have yet to hear back. I know there have been some people who have been admitted. I was wondering if a majority of people who applied to the Tax LLM program have heard back yet. Additionally, does anyone know when most of the Tax LLM acceptances and rejections are released?


This is really hard to tell whether "a majority" of domestic Tax LLM applicants have been admitted or rejected.

Referring my experience from last year (as well as two of my friends who applied Tax LLM with US JD), it is possible to receive admission from NYU as late as June. I personally received my admission by the end of March, and I finished my application around Feb 1.

If you are top quartile of your graduating class and pull out terrific tax grades during your JD study, I would suggest that you chill out, relax, and simply wait for an admission as NYU just finished issuing decisions to applicants with foreign education.

One thing I could share with you is that you could pressure NYU to issue a decision if you already got admission from other institutions.

Best of lucks!


Hi.. How do you know if all the decisions for foreign applicants have gone out by now? :)


I am sure it hasn't, cause I applied in the deadline (december 15th) and I am still waiting for news...


I believe TaxBear was speaking in generalities. My observations/experiences with the domestic tax program are as follows:

If an applicant had work experience or is a 3L from a strong JD program, a decision was granted before foreign applicants were notified. If a domestic tax applicant applied later in the application process and/or is coming from a lesser JD program (you can define that as you may), decisions were granted generally after the foreign applicants received their notifications--typically early April and onwards.

I think what TaxBear was trying to say (and please correct me if I'm wrong) is that domestic tax applicants should not start to worry yet because, as it has historically done, the admissions committee should resume issuing domestic tax decisions in a week or two after it finishes issuing decisions to the foreign applicants.


You are very correct on what I mean, Go4Tax. Perhaps I should say the NYU "IS" issuing decisions to applicants with foreign education and apparently has not done yet. So missing my grammar teacher now!

Another thing is that I failed to appreciate how sensitive you guys must be to negative info at this point of time, as you wanted to get into your dream school or simply wished for an answer. I am sorry if I caused any confusion or frustration by my last post.
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hi all,

Congratulations to everyone who has heard good news.

I applied at the end of January for the Domestic Tax LLM, and I have yet to hear back. I know there have been some people who have been admitted. I was wondering if a majority of people who applied to the Tax LLM program have heard back yet. Additionally, does anyone know when most of the Tax LLM acceptances and rejections are released?</blockquote>

This is really hard to tell whether "a majority" of domestic Tax LLM applicants have been admitted or rejected.

Referring my experience from last year (as well as two of my friends who applied Tax LLM with US JD), it is possible to receive admission from NYU as late as June. I personally received my admission by the end of March, and I finished my application around Feb 1.

If you are top quartile of your graduating class and pull out terrific tax grades during your JD study, I would suggest that you chill out, relax, and simply wait for an admission as NYU just finished issuing decisions to applicants with foreign education.

One thing I could share with you is that you could pressure NYU to issue a decision if you already got admission from other institutions.

Best of lucks!</blockquote>

Hi.. How do you know if all the decisions for foreign applicants have gone out by now? :)</blockquote>

I am sure it hasn't, cause I applied in the deadline (december 15th) and I am still waiting for news...</blockquote>

I believe TaxBear was speaking in generalities. My observations/experiences with the domestic tax program are as follows:

If an applicant had work experience or is a 3L from a strong JD program, a decision was granted before foreign applicants were notified. If a domestic tax applicant applied later in the application process and/or is coming from a lesser JD program (you can define that as you may), decisions were granted generally after the foreign applicants received their notifications--typically early April and onwards.

I think what TaxBear was trying to say (and please correct me if I'm wrong) is that domestic tax applicants should not start to worry yet because, as it has historically done, the admissions committee should resume issuing domestic tax decisions in a week or two after it finishes issuing decisions to the foreign applicants.</blockquote>

You are very correct on what I mean, Go4Tax. Perhaps I should say the NYU "IS" issuing decisions to applicants with foreign education and apparently has not done yet. So missing my grammar teacher now!

Another thing is that I failed to appreciate how sensitive you guys must be to negative info at this point of time, as you wanted to get into your dream school or simply wished for an answer. I am sorry if I caused any confusion or frustration by my last post.
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riseer
People who've received offers this week, what is the deadline for you to respond to the offer?

Many thanks!
People who've received offers this week, what is the deadline for you to respond to the offer?

Many thanks!
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People who've received offers this week, what is the deadline for you to respond to the offer?

Many thanks!

15th April.
<blockquote>People who've received offers this week, what is the deadline for you to respond to the offer?

Many thanks! </blockquote>
15th April.
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People who've received offers this week, what is the deadline for you to respond to the offer?

Many thanks!

15th April.
<blockquote>People who've received offers this week, what is the deadline for you to respond to the offer?

Many thanks! </blockquote>
15th April.
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Sllawyer
It's practically the end of the month and we are yet to hear anything. I have 1st April as the deadline for this other school and I am really worried :(
It's practically the end of the month and we are yet to hear anything. I have 1st April as the deadline for this other school and I am really worried :(
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ssnava
It's practically the end of the month and we are yet to hear anything. I have 1st April as the deadline for this other school and I am really worried :(


Dont worry!

I wrote them worried about the exactly same problem and they answered me that all decisions will be communicated until the end of the month. I believe we have to wait until the very ladt day. 🙄
<blockquote>It's practically the end of the month and we are yet to hear anything. I have 1st April as the deadline for this other school and I am really worried :(</blockquote>

Dont worry!

I wrote them worried about the exactly same problem and they answered me that all decisions will be communicated until the end of the month. I believe we have to wait until the very ladt day. &#128580;
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