Stanford LLM + SPILS 2019 - 2020 Applicants


mnks
Is there anyone admitted who did not receive the call?
Is there anyone admitted who did not receive the call?
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Congratulations!! Did you receive a call by any chance?

I got admitted to IELBP program. I received the admission email last Wednesday (3/20).

Good luck everyone!


I received the call on 3/18 (Sun) stanford time.
[quote]Congratulations!! Did you receive a call by any chance?

[quote]I got admitted to IELBP program. I received the admission email last Wednesday (3/20).

Good luck everyone! [/quote][/quote]

I received the call on 3/18 (Sun) stanford time.
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Cholesky
I received the call from the SPILS Fellow around 3 p.m. (Stanford time). I am from Latin America.


Any decision received?


Yes! I got my admission on Tuesday (3/19).
[quote][quote]I received the call from the SPILS Fellow around 3 p.m. (Stanford time). I am from Latin America.[/quote]

Any decision received?[/quote]

Yes! I got my admission on Tuesday (3/19).
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I applied to G&P, and until, not received any news. No rejection, no waitlist. What's that mean? Is that means I still have a chance? Or better chance than being waitlisted or rejected? Any advise?
I applied to G&P, and until, not received any news. No rejection, no waitlist. What's that mean? Is that means I still have a chance? Or better chance than being waitlisted or rejected? Any advise?
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jselliot
I applied to G&P, and until, not received any news. No rejection, no waitlist. What's that mean? Is that means I still have a chance? Or better chance than being waitlisted or rejected? Any advise?


I believe rejection, as the people who received acceptance or are waitlisted have already been notified.
[quote]I applied to G&P, and until, not received any news. No rejection, no waitlist. What's that mean? Is that means I still have a chance? Or better chance than being waitlisted or rejected? Any advise?
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I believe rejection, as the people who received acceptance or are waitlisted have already been notified.
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probably I should take it as a rejection. :(
probably I should take it as a rejection. :(
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I just called. They said that they’re aiming to send all decisions by Friday.
I just called. They said that they’re aiming to send all decisions by Friday.
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Dibbz
I just called. They said that they’re aiming to send all decisions by Friday.

Does that mean that there is still hope for us without any 'cold call'. And have all the people who have gotten in received the cold call?
[quote]I just called. They said that they’re aiming to send all decisions by Friday.[/quote]
Does that mean that there is still hope for us without any 'cold call'. And have all the people who have gotten in received the cold call?
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still no news?
still no news?
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humyaz
I had a scheduled Skype call for ELP last night. Decisions are expected by the end of the week. Hang in there peeps!
I had a scheduled Skype call for ELP last night. Decisions are expected by the end of the week. Hang in there peeps!
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attyleon
Hi Gents: I just got waitlisted for Stanford's IELBP program on 3/28 afternoon (Stanford time), and was asked if I would like to stay on the list. Any hint, advice or knowledge on how Stanford's waitlist system works and the likelihood to be admitted from the list?

One question to the admitted applicants (not limited to IELBP program), how many days (or until what day) Stanford Law gave you to accept your admission offers?
Hi Gents: I just got waitlisted for Stanford's IELBP program on 3/28 afternoon (Stanford time), and was asked if I would like to stay on the list. Any hint, advice or knowledge on how Stanford's waitlist system works and the likelihood to be admitted from the list?

One question to the admitted applicants (not limited to IELBP program), how many days (or until what day) Stanford Law gave you to accept your admission offers?
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lawenvus19
Hi Gents: I just got waitlisted for Stanford's IELBP program on 3/28 afternoon (Stanford time), and was asked if I would like to stay on the list. Any hint, advice or knowledge on how Stanford's waitlist system works and the likelihood to be admitted from the list?

One question to the admitted applicants (not limited to IELBP program), how many days (or until what day) Stanford Law gave you to accept your admission offers?


I was waitlisted for the ELP. From what ive found out from people and off the net theres not much which can be done other than sending in a letter of continuing interest to let them know that you guarantee attending if selected.
[quote]Hi Gents: I just got waitlisted for Stanford's IELBP program on 3/28 afternoon (Stanford time), and was asked if I would like to stay on the list. Any hint, advice or knowledge on how Stanford's waitlist system works and the likelihood to be admitted from the list?

One question to the admitted applicants (not limited to IELBP program), how many days (or until what day) Stanford Law gave you to accept your admission offers? [/quote]

I was waitlisted for the ELP. From what ive found out from people and off the net theres not much which can be done other than sending in a letter of continuing interest to let them know that you guarantee attending if selected.
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humyaz
I was waitlisted for the ELP. From what ive found out from people and off the net theres not much which can be done other than sending in a letter of continuing interest to let them know that you guarantee attending if selected.


Hey Lawenvus, did they have a Skype interview with you before the wait listing decision?

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[quote] I was waitlisted for the ELP. From what ive found out from people and off the net theres not much which can be done other than sending in a letter of continuing interest to let them know that you guarantee attending if selected. [/quote]

Hey Lawenvus, did they have a Skype interview with you before the wait listing decision?
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djskitz0
Is anyone else still waiting to hear back? Specifically IELBP applicants?
Is anyone else still waiting to hear back? Specifically IELBP applicants?
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Is anyone else still waiting to hear back? Specifically IELBP applicants?


Yep. I did not receive any news at all. I am an ELP applicant and I know at least two IELBP and one CGP applicants who are in the same situation.
[quote]Is anyone else still waiting to hear back? Specifically IELBP applicants?[/quote]

Yep. I did not receive any news at all. I am an ELP applicant and I know at least two IELBP and one CGP applicants who are in the same situation.
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pwright
Is anyone else still waiting to hear back? Specifically IELBP applicants?


Yep. I did not receive any news at all. I am an ELP applicant and I know at least two IELBP and one CGP applicants who are in the same situation.


Yep. I am an ELP applicant and I am waiting for news.

[Edited by pwright on Apr 02, 2019]

[quote][quote]Is anyone else still waiting to hear back? Specifically IELBP applicants?[/quote]

Yep. I did not receive any news at all. I am an ELP applicant and I know at least two IELBP and one CGP applicants who are in the same situation.[/quote]

Yep. I am an ELP applicant and I am waiting for news.
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Dibbz
Called Stanford admissions yesterday and they informed me that majority of the decisions are out. However, they stated if one has a tight deadline to commit from other universities it is prudent that you write to them so that they can fast track your application decision.
Called Stanford admissions yesterday and they informed me that majority of the decisions are out. However, they stated if one has a tight deadline to commit from other universities it is prudent that you write to them so that they can fast track your application decision.
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Dibbz# I'm still waiting news for my LLM application. That's ridiculous! Stanford is worthless! They know that if anyone gets a scholarship his or her tight deadline will be on April 1st, but Stanford does not care anyway as they are selfish and full of themselves..

Dibbz# I'm still waiting news for my LLM application. That's ridiculous! Stanford is worthless! They know that if anyone gets a scholarship his or her tight deadline will be on April 1st, but Stanford does not care anyway as they are selfish and full of themselves..
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I'm gonna say more... Stanford Graduate Committee's behavior is unbelievable and cannot be justified! How many applications do they receive for being so slow?? 1,000?? 10,000? 100,000? 1 million?? I'm quite confident Harvard receives much more applications than Stanford but is nevertheless able to let people know the admission/rejection decision by March 15.... Instead Stanford does throw away time by calling one person per week!!!! It's law not nuclear physics, we are not talking about any research capable of solving the climate changing!!! Stanford law school, comes back to the earth and GET OVER YOURSELF!!
I'm gonna say more... Stanford Graduate Committee's behavior is unbelievable and cannot be justified! How many applications do they receive for being so slow?? 1,000?? 10,000? 100,000? 1 million?? I'm quite confident Harvard receives much more applications than Stanford but is nevertheless able to let people know the admission/rejection decision by March 15.... Instead Stanford does throw away time by calling one person per week!!!! It's law not nuclear physics, we are not talking about any research capable of solving the climate changing!!! Stanford law school, comes back to the earth and GET OVER YOURSELF!!
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Dibbz

Dibbz# I'm still waiting news for my LLM application. That's ridiculous! Stanford is worthless! They know that if anyone gets a scholarship his or her tight deadline will be on April 1st, but Stanford does not care anyway as they are selfish and full of themselves..


SanchoStoC I totally agree with you. The LLM class is aimed at recruiting 70 students. The program clearly doesn't gurantee any financial aid. Delaying this admission decision further is unfair to candidates and ridiculous at the same time. Their policy actually makes it impossible for people from harsh backgrounds to get there, this is unlike Harvard. It actually kills the motivation of ever applying to any of the Stanford's academic programs in future.

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Dibbz# I'm still waiting news for my LLM application. That's ridiculous! Stanford is worthless! They know that if anyone gets a scholarship his or her tight deadline will be on April 1st, but Stanford does not care anyway as they are selfish and full of themselves.. [/quote]

SanchoStoC I totally agree with you. The LLM class is aimed at recruiting 70 students. The program clearly doesn't gurantee any financial aid. Delaying this admission decision further is unfair to candidates and ridiculous at the same time. Their policy actually makes it impossible for people from harsh backgrounds to get there, this is unlike Harvard. It actually kills the motivation of ever applying to any of the Stanford's academic programs in future.
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