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suso12
I am a domestic applicant and I will withdraw my application to NYU's Competition Program after being admitted. Good luck to you all.
I am a domestic applicant and I will withdraw my application to NYU's Competition Program after being admitted. Good luck to you all.
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JDJen10
I am a domestic applicant and I will withdraw my application to NYU's Competition Program after being admitted. Good luck to you all.


I'm just glad to hear you haven't heard anything yet either. I'm a domestic applicant for Competition as well and I'm pretty over the silence ... How do you go this long without notifying people?
<blockquote>I am a domestic applicant and I will withdraw my application to NYU's Competition Program after being admitted. Good luck to you all.</blockquote>

I'm just glad to hear you haven't heard anything yet either. I'm a domestic applicant for Competition as well and I'm pretty over the silence ... How do you go this long without notifying people?
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suso12
I am sorry JDJen10, I did get admitted to NYU's LL.M. (email received on April 13th). However, I will reject their offer of admission. My excuses if I did not make myself clear.

I hope you receive your email soon.
I am sorry JDJen10, I did get admitted to NYU's LL.M. (email received on April 13th). However, I will reject their offer of admission. My excuses if I did not make myself clear.

I hope you receive your email soon.
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Has anyone on the waitlisted category heard yet?
Has anyone on the waitlisted category heard yet?
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Haven't heard any news yet
Haven't heard any news yet
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Just got an acceptance link today for the Business Regulation Litigation and Arbitration LLM. No news on scholarship.

I was also admitted to the dual-degree MIA/LLM with Sciences-Po / Georgetown, with a $7.5k scholarship for GT.

If anyone can chime in with advice on which might be better (which would you take?), I would greatly appreciate it. I'm interested in international business regulation.
Just got an acceptance link today for the Business Regulation Litigation and Arbitration LLM. No news on scholarship.

I was also admitted to the dual-degree MIA/LLM with Sciences-Po / Georgetown, with a $7.5k scholarship for GT.

If anyone can chime in with advice on which might be better (which would you take?), I would greatly appreciate it. I'm interested in international business regulation.
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im tired of all the waiting :( I need an answer !
im tired of all the waiting :( I need an answer !
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DaddyLLM
I am in NYU Tax! Now must decide between GULC v. UF v. NYU? Thought I was settled on GULC.... now I don't know.
I am in NYU Tax! Now must decide between GULC v. UF v. NYU? Thought I was settled on GULC.... now I don't know.
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ectax
CONGRATULATIONS DaddyLLM!!!! How exciting!!
Yes, and so now the real debate begins. It is one thing to do it in theory, but now that you've heard from NYU....
CONGRATULATIONS DaddyLLM!!!! How exciting!!
Yes, and so now the real debate begins. It is one thing to do it in theory, but now that you've heard from NYU....

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DaddyLLM
CONGRATULATIONS DaddyLLM!!!! How exciting!!
Yes, and so now the real debate begins. It is one thing to do it in theory, but now that you've heard from NYU....



This thread has 37 pages to it..........................
<blockquote>CONGRATULATIONS DaddyLLM!!!! How exciting!!
Yes, and so now the real debate begins. It is one thing to do it in theory, but now that you've heard from NYU....

</blockquote>

This thread has 37 pages to it..........................
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Anyone have an idea of a comparison between NYU's International Litigation, Regulation and Arbitration LL.M. and GULC's International Business and Economic Law LL.M.?

My understanding is that GULC is premier (and stronger than NYU) in international trade. Does anyone have an idea here?
Anyone have an idea of a comparison between NYU's International Litigation, Regulation and Arbitration LL.M. and GULC's International Business and Economic Law LL.M.?

My understanding is that GULC is premier (and stronger than NYU) in international trade. Does anyone have an idea here?
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llm2012
Well Daddy LLM...looks like they were cranking them out today! I was . admitted to NYU too. Tough decision.
Well Daddy LLM...looks like they were cranking them out today! I was . admitted to NYU too. Tough decision.
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DaddyLLM
Congrats... so watcha thinking about this decision?
Congrats... so watcha thinking about this decision?
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llm2012
Guess I will just have to take a field trip.
Guess I will just have to take a field trip.
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Lena A.
Hi, I came across your post as I was searching for an answer to the same question. I just got admitted to NYU's IBRLA program and GTown's IBEL program, and can't decide which to accept. What did you ultimately decide and how do you feel about your decision? Any regrets? Can you please comment on your experience and whether you have a job lined up at this point? Thank you so much!

Anyone have an idea of a comparison between NYU's International Litigation, Regulation and Arbitration LL.M. and GULC's International Business and Economic Law LL.M.?

My understanding is that GULC is premier (and stronger than NYU) in international trade. Does anyone have an idea here?
Hi, I came across your post as I was searching for an answer to the same question. I just got admitted to NYU's IBRLA program and GTown's IBEL program, and can't decide which to accept. What did you ultimately decide and how do you feel about your decision? Any regrets? Can you please comment on your experience and whether you have a job lined up at this point? Thank you so much!

<blockquote>Anyone have an idea of a comparison between NYU's International Litigation, Regulation and Arbitration LL.M. and GULC's International Business and Economic Law LL.M.?

My understanding is that GULC is premier (and stronger than NYU) in international trade. Does anyone have an idea here? </blockquote>
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