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I have been waitlisted!
I have been waitlisted!
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I have been waitlisted!
I have been waitlisted!
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Congratulations to all who have been accepted. I am planning to apply for academic year 2018-2019. I wanted information on whether Chicago is good place for international arbitration LLM?
I have about 5 years of litigation practice and I have worked on few international arbitrations matters. I wish to specialise in international arbitration? Is Chicago a good school to apply?
Thanks
Congratulations to all who have been accepted. I am planning to apply for academic year 2018-2019. I wanted information on whether Chicago is good place for international arbitration LLM?
I have about 5 years of litigation practice and I have worked on few international arbitrations matters. I wish to specialise in international arbitration? Is Chicago a good school to apply?
Thanks
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Congratulations to all who have been accepted. I am planning to apply for academic year 2018-2019. I wanted information on whether Chicago is good place for international arbitration LLM?
I have about 5 years of litigation practice and I have worked on few international arbitrations matters. I wish to specialise in international arbitration? Is Chicago a good school to apply?
Thanks
Congratulations to all who have been accepted. I am planning to apply for academic year 2018-2019. I wanted information on whether Chicago is good place for international arbitration LLM?
I have about 5 years of litigation practice and I have worked on few international arbitrations matters. I wish to specialise in international arbitration? Is Chicago a good school to apply?
Thanks
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BrLLMac
Would you mind sharing when you receive the decision and the program you applied for?


I have been waitlisted!
Would you mind sharing when you receive the decision and the program you applied for?


[quote]I have been waitlisted![/quote]
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Just FYI, I just rejected NYU with a half-tuition scholarship in favour of Columbia with a similar financial aid waiver.
Just FYI, I just rejected NYU with a half-tuition scholarship in favour of Columbia with a similar financial aid waiver.
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lot458
Just FYI, I just rejected NYU with a half-tuition scholarship in favour of Columbia with a similar financial aid waiver.


I just made the exact same decision.
[quote]Just FYI, I just rejected NYU with a half-tuition scholarship in favour of Columbia with a similar financial aid waiver. [/quote]

I just made the exact same decision.
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grisham
Just FYI, I just rejected NYU with a half-tuition scholarship in favour of Columbia with a similar financial aid waiver.


I just made the exact same decision.


Schmelzer and lot458, I think that decision is sound. Besides, you can't go wrong with going to either Columbia or NYU. By the way, just wondering, when you say half-tuition, how much exactly would that be?
[quote][quote]Just FYI, I just rejected NYU with a half-tuition scholarship in favour of Columbia with a similar financial aid waiver. [/quote]

I just made the exact same decision.[/quote]

Schmelzer and lot458, I think that decision is sound. Besides, you can't go wrong with going to either Columbia or NYU. By the way, just wondering, when you say half-tuition, how much exactly would that be?
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BrLLMac
has anybody with foreign credentials received a decision recently?
has anybody with foreign credentials received a decision recently?
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hallo
Hello,
Haven't heard back and I submitted my application on December 1st....
Hello,
Haven't heard back and I submitted my application on December 1st....
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llm999
Hello,
Haven't heard back and I submitted my application on December 1st....


I also haven't heard back yet and I submitted my application on December 14th.
[quote]Hello,
Haven't heard back and I submitted my application on December 1st....[/quote]

I also haven't heard back yet and I submitted my application on December 14th.
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Just FYI, I just rejected NYU with a half-tuition scholarship in favour of Columbia with a similar financial aid waiver.


I just made the exact same decision.


Schmelzer and lot458, I think that decision is sound. Besides, you can't go wrong with going to either Columbia or NYU. By the way, just wondering, when you say half-tuition, how much exactly would that be?


It was 30k USD :)
[quote][quote][quote]Just FYI, I just rejected NYU with a half-tuition scholarship in favour of Columbia with a similar financial aid waiver. [/quote]

I just made the exact same decision.[/quote]

Schmelzer and lot458, I think that decision is sound. Besides, you can't go wrong with going to either Columbia or NYU. By the way, just wondering, when you say half-tuition, how much exactly would that be?[/quote]

It was 30k USD :)
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grisham


I just made the exact same decision.


Schmelzer and lot458, I think that decision is sound. Besides, you can't go wrong with going to either Columbia or NYU. By the way, just wondering, when you say half-tuition, how much exactly would that be?


It was 30k USD :)


Wow, that's a lot! I think you've got the highest financial aid from Columbia thus far! Congratulations!!

So how do you plan to cover the shortfall? Did they also offer you a loan?
[quote][quote][quote][quote]Just FYI, I just rejected NYU with a half-tuition scholarship in favour of Columbia with a similar financial aid waiver. [/quote]

I just made the exact same decision.[/quote]

Schmelzer and lot458, I think that decision is sound. Besides, you can't go wrong with going to either Columbia or NYU. By the way, just wondering, when you say half-tuition, how much exactly would that be?[/quote]

It was 30k USD :) [/quote]

Wow, that's a lot! I think you've got the highest financial aid from Columbia thus far! Congratulations!!

So how do you plan to cover the shortfall? Did they also offer you a loan?
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I applied completed, Feb 1, have not heard anything. Has anyone recently heard about admissions for domestic tax?
I applied completed, Feb 1, have not heard anything. Has anyone recently heard about admissions for domestic tax?
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I applied completed, Feb 1, have not heard anything. Has anyone recently heard about admissions for domestic tax?


Same here - applied in January for domestic LLM in tax and haven't heard a thing.
[quote]I applied completed, Feb 1, have not heard anything. Has anyone recently heard about admissions for domestic tax?[/quote]

Same here - applied in January for domestic LLM in tax and haven't heard a thing.
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Anybody that has been admitted to the Corp law program and is also considering enrolling for the business certificate program? I am a little dicey on whether to enrol for it or not, given the extra expenses.
Anybody that has been admitted to the Corp law program and is also considering enrolling for the business certificate program? I am a little dicey on whether to enrol for it or not, given the extra expenses.
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I applied completed, Feb 1, have not heard anything. Has anyone recently heard about admissions for domestic tax?


Same here - applied in January for domestic LLM in tax and haven't heard a thing.


Just got in. Applied late January. Top 30 law school, top 35%, three state tax agency internships, two years of VITA, and two LORs from two of the tax agencies. Tax grades were meh at best (two As and 3 Bs).

Good luck!

[Edited by Preftigious on Apr 19, 2017]

[quote][quote]I applied completed, Feb 1, have not heard anything. Has anyone recently heard about admissions for domestic tax?[/quote]

Same here - applied in January for domestic LLM in tax and haven't heard a thing. [/quote]

Just got in. Applied late January. Top 30 law school, top 35%, three state tax agency internships, two years of VITA, and two LORs from two of the tax agencies. Tax grades were meh at best (two As and 3 Bs).

Good luck!
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I applied completed, Feb 1, have not heard anything. Has anyone recently heard about admissions for domestic tax?


Same here - applied in January for domestic LLM in tax and haven't heard a thing.


Just got in. Applied late January. Top 30 law school, top 35%, three state tax agency internships, two years of VITA, and two LORs from two of the tax agencies. Tax grades were meh at best (two As and 3 Bs).

Good luck!


Congrats!
Have you applied for a full program or a part time/executive?

Thanks

[Edited by Idavarcpa on Apr 21, 2017]

[quote][quote][quote]I applied completed, Feb 1, have not heard anything. Has anyone recently heard about admissions for domestic tax?[/quote]

Same here - applied in January for domestic LLM in tax and haven't heard a thing. [/quote]

Just got in. Applied late January. Top 30 law school, top 35%, three state tax agency internships, two years of VITA, and two LORs from two of the tax agencies. Tax grades were meh at best (two As and 3 Bs).

Good luck![/quote]

Congrats!
Have you applied for a full program or a part time/executive?

Thanks
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Congrats!
Have you applied for a full program or a part time/executive?

Thanks


Full time program.
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Congrats!
Have you applied for a full program or a part time/executive?

Thanks [/quote]

Full time program.
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Poli
yes, I was originally waitlisted and got an acceptance this week
has anybody with foreign credentials received a decision recently?
yes, I was originally waitlisted and got an acceptance this week
[quote]has anybody with foreign credentials received a decision recently? [/quote]
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