NYU vs. U Michigan


robikon

Hi all,

While some of us are still awaiting admission decision, some other are probable tired from hearing anything related to the admission process... I am somewhere in the middle, so I'll try my luck :-)

Well, I am interested in constitutional/human rights law (minority rights/equality etc.), and looking for an academic career in those (not perfectly defined) fields. I have been offered relatively generous scholarships by NYU (legal theory program) and U Mich, and while being well-aware of the higher ranking of the former, I wonder which school is "friendlier" in terms of better chance of acceptance into J.S.D. program (given my fields of research).
I would appreciate any insights on this regard!

R.

Hi all,

While some of us are still awaiting admission decision, some other are probable tired from hearing anything related to the admission process... I am somewhere in the middle, so I'll try my luck :-)

Well, I am interested in constitutional/human rights law (minority rights/equality etc.), and looking for an academic career in those (not perfectly defined) fields. I have been offered relatively generous scholarships by NYU (legal theory program) and U Mich, and while being well-aware of the higher ranking of the former, I wonder which school is "friendlier" in terms of better chance of acceptance into J.S.D. program (given my fields of research).
I would appreciate any insights on this regard!

R.
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Oneone

Just wondering why you don't consider UChicago given its academic reputation or CLS given its ranking?

Hi all,

While some of us are still awaiting admission decision, some other are probable tired from hearing anything related to the admission process... I am somewhere in the middle, so I'll try my luck :-)

Well, I am interested in constitutional/human rights law (minority rights/equality etc.), and looking for an academic career in those (not perfectly defined) fields. I have been offered relatively generous scholarships by NYU (legal theory program) and U Mich, and while being well-aware of the higher ranking of the former, I wonder which school is "friendlier" in terms of better chance of acceptance into J.S.D. program (given my fields of research).
I would appreciate any insights on this regard!

R.

Just wondering why you don't consider UChicago given its academic reputation or CLS given its ranking?

<blockquote>Hi all,

While some of us are still awaiting admission decision, some other are probable tired from hearing anything related to the admission process... I am somewhere in the middle, so I'll try my luck :-)

Well, I am interested in constitutional/human rights law (minority rights/equality etc.), and looking for an academic career in those (not perfectly defined) fields. I have been offered relatively generous scholarships by NYU (legal theory program) and U Mich, and while being well-aware of the higher ranking of the former, I wonder which school is "friendlier" in terms of better chance of acceptance into J.S.D. program (given my fields of research).
I would appreciate any insights on this regard!

R.</blockquote>
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robikon

Well, it's basically a matter of financial limits. The scholarship/financial aid offered by NYU/U Mich is significantly higher than CLS/U Chicago offers...

Just wondering why you don't consider UChicago given its academic reputation or CLS given its ranking?

Hi all,

While some of us are still awaiting admission decision, some other are probable tired from hearing anything related to the admission process... I am somewhere in the middle, so I'll try my luck :-)

Well, I am interested in constitutional/human rights law (minority rights/equality etc.), and looking for an academic career in those (not perfectly defined) fields. I have been offered relatively generous scholarships by NYU (legal theory program) and U Mich, and while being well-aware of the higher ranking of the former, I wonder which school is "friendlier" in terms of better chance of acceptance into J.S.D. program (given my fields of research).
I would appreciate any insights on this regard!

R.

Well, it's basically a matter of financial limits. The scholarship/financial aid offered by NYU/U Mich is significantly higher than CLS/U Chicago offers...

<blockquote>Just wondering why you don't consider UChicago given its academic reputation or CLS given its ranking?

<blockquote>Hi all,

While some of us are still awaiting admission decision, some other are probable tired from hearing anything related to the admission process... I am somewhere in the middle, so I'll try my luck :-)

Well, I am interested in constitutional/human rights law (minority rights/equality etc.), and looking for an academic career in those (not perfectly defined) fields. I have been offered relatively generous scholarships by NYU (legal theory program) and U Mich, and while being well-aware of the higher ranking of the former, I wonder which school is "friendlier" in terms of better chance of acceptance into J.S.D. program (given my fields of research).
I would appreciate any insights on this regard!

R.</blockquote></blockquote>
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