Stanford 2018-19


Shirleyllm

Received rejection this morning :-(
Stanford was my favorite but I'm happy with Berkeley as well.
Any other international students who are off to Berkeley?


What was your program??


International Economic Law, Business and policy

[quote][quote]Received rejection this morning :-(
Stanford was my favorite but I'm happy with Berkeley as well.
Any other international students who are off to Berkeley?[/quote]

What was your program??[/quote]

International Economic Law, Business and policy
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trueblue

On the status check page, it now says that, "a decision letter has been sent". However, no other details are provided on the page, and I have not received any email either. Can anyone please tell me what I should take this to mean?

On the status check page, it now says that, "a decision letter has been sent". However, no other details are provided on the page, and I have not received any email either. Can anyone please tell me what I should take this to mean?
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A$AP Legal

On the status check page, it now says that, "a decision letter has been sent". However, no other details are provided on the page, and I have not received any email either. Can anyone please tell me what I should take this to mean?

You should receive an email within a couple of hours after the status change.

[quote]On the status check page, it now says that, "a decision letter has been sent". However, no other details are provided on the page, and I have not received any email either. Can anyone please tell me what I should take this to mean?[/quote]
You should receive an email within a couple of hours after the status change.
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On the status check page, it now says that, "a decision letter has been sent". However, no other details are provided on the page, and I have not received any email either. Can anyone please tell me what I should take this to mean?


Write to them. My status only changed days after I got an email about acceptance. Don't assume any outcome though. Good luck

[quote]On the status check page, it now says that, "a decision letter has been sent". However, no other details are provided on the page, and I have not received any email either. Can anyone please tell me what I should take this to mean?[/quote]

Write to them. My status only changed days after I got an email about acceptance. Don't assume any outcome though. Good luck
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Margot

My status did not change... No news so far...

[Edited by Margot on Apr 02, 2018]

My status did not change... No news so far...
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Kavovic9

My status did not change... No news so far...


You should have received either a rejection or acceptance email from SLS admission office. If not, then you should call them. I would suggest that you should think about other offers.

[quote]My status did not change... No news so far...[/quote]

You should have received either a rejection or acceptance email from SLS admission office. If not, then you should call them. I would suggest that you should think about other offers.
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Margot

Guys, just got a rejection. Is there any waiting list at Stanford?

Guys, just got a rejection. Is there any waiting list at Stanford?
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Fri.Hez

Which program did you apply for ? Yes there is a wait list...

Which program did you apply for ? Yes there is a wait list...
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Margot

Which program did you apply for ? Yes there is a wait list...


IELBP...

[quote]Which program did you apply for ? Yes there is a wait list... [/quote]

IELBP...
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Fri.Hez

Is there any Facebook group for accepted students at SLS ?

Is there any Facebook group for accepted students at SLS ?
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gamerlawye...

Is there any Facebook group for accepted students at SLS ?


Yes! Ask Merry Pham to send you the link.

[quote]Is there any Facebook group for accepted students at SLS ?[/quote]

Yes! Ask Merry Pham to send you the link.
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Hi,

I would appreciate an honest opinon from those who have been successfully admitted to the CGP LLM, I am considering applying and would like to know my chances and some tips if any:

I have a 3.74 GPA (undergrad) , an LL.M from a top UK university and the 2 years minimum work experience. My work and masters are heavily interlinked and are all in the same related field of corporate governance. I am quite young and have a good mix of extra curricular activities. I have a good mind set and goal plan and know where I want to be 20 years from now in terms of my career.

My main fear is that I am not a qualified practitioner and also I will have less years of experience compared to other applicants. I feel like if i write my application in a way that states my intention to practice law after the master, they could reject me - questioning why dont i apply after I qualify and practice law.

I would appreciate your help on my chances, any tips on how to write my application and what are stanford really looking for.

Hi,

I would appreciate an honest opinon from those who have been successfully admitted to the CGP LLM, I am considering applying and would like to know my chances and some tips if any:

I have a 3.74 GPA (undergrad) , an LL.M from a top UK university and the 2 years minimum work experience. My work and masters are heavily interlinked and are all in the same related field of corporate governance. I am quite young and have a good mix of extra curricular activities. I have a good mind set and goal plan and know where I want to be 20 years from now in terms of my career.

My main fear is that I am not a qualified practitioner and also I will have less years of experience compared to other applicants. I feel like if i write my application in a way that states my intention to practice law after the master, they could reject me - questioning why dont i apply after I qualify and practice law.

I would appreciate your help on my chances, any tips on how to write my application and what are stanford really looking for.
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edwina

Hi,

I would appreciate an honest opinon from those who have been successfully admitted to the CGP LLM, I am considering applying and would like to know my chances and some tips if any:

I have a 3.74 GPA (undergrad) , an LL.M from a top UK university and the 2 years minimum work experience. My work and masters are heavily interlinked and are all in the same related field of corporate governance. I am quite young and have a good mix of extra curricular activities. I have a good mind set and goal plan and know where I want to be 20 years from now in terms of my career.

My main fear is that I am not a qualified practitioner and also I will have less years of experience compared to other applicants. I feel like if i write my application in a way that states my intention to practice law after the master, they could reject me - questioning why dont i apply after I qualify and practice law.

I would appreciate your help on my chances, any tips on how to write my application and what are stanford really looking for.


Hi Celestial!
stanford student body is incredibly diverse. I believe you don't need to be a practicing lawyer to be admitted to the program. Ultimately, it all boils down to what you want to do with CGP LLM, i noticed that you already have an LLM. Probably you need to address that.

[quote]Hi,

I would appreciate an honest opinon from those who have been successfully admitted to the CGP LLM, I am considering applying and would like to know my chances and some tips if any:

I have a 3.74 GPA (undergrad) , an LL.M from a top UK university and the 2 years minimum work experience. My work and masters are heavily interlinked and are all in the same related field of corporate governance. I am quite young and have a good mix of extra curricular activities. I have a good mind set and goal plan and know where I want to be 20 years from now in terms of my career.

My main fear is that I am not a qualified practitioner and also I will have less years of experience compared to other applicants. I feel like if i write my application in a way that states my intention to practice law after the master, they could reject me - questioning why dont i apply after I qualify and practice law.

I would appreciate your help on my chances, any tips on how to write my application and what are stanford really looking for.[/quote]

Hi Celestial!
stanford student body is incredibly diverse. I believe you don't need to be a practicing lawyer to be admitted to the program. Ultimately, it all boils down to what you want to do with CGP LLM, i noticed that you already have an LLM. Probably you need to address that.

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Hi Edwina,

Thank you very much! I sent you a personal message with a little more info. Also, If anyone that got admitted have any beneficial tips that they are willing to share, please let know through the messages.

Hi Edwina,

Thank you very much! I sent you a personal message with a little more info. Also, If anyone that got admitted have any beneficial tips that they are willing to share, please let know through the messages.
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