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keatgu

I'm from China, >3 years as government legal official and nearly 3 years as a trade lawyer

I'm from China, >3 years as government legal official and nearly 3 years as a trade lawyer
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keatgu

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keatgu and NJ_81: were you both interviewed? Was the offer made over the phone or did you receive an email?

keatgu and NJ_81: were you both interviewed? Was the offer made over the phone or did you receive an email?
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NJ_81

I wasn't interviewed...got offer through email.

I wasn't interviewed...got offer through email.
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NLApp

Was admitted too, on Thursday. No phone interview. Admission was sent by email.

Was admitted too, on Thursday. No phone interview. Admission was sent by email.
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VERT

Hi guys, what is your deadline for answer?

Hi guys, what is your deadline for answer?
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anyone rejected?

anyone rejected?
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NJ_81

the deadline for acceptance is 26th April...can anyone tell me about the job prospects in CA after this programme..

the deadline for acceptance is 26th April...can anyone tell me about the job prospects in CA after this programme..
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VERT

I am on the wail list...

I have no idea about job prospects in CA because of the local economic downturn. But I'd say SLS will do no harm to you :-)

congratulations to all who were admitted.

I am on the wail list...

I have no idea about job prospects in CA because of the local economic downturn. But I'd say SLS will do no harm to you :-)

congratulations to all who were admitted.
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dhalc2

Congrats to everyone who got a place ... I'm sure it's very well deserved.

I'm thinking about applying to Stanford, amongst others, in a few years time. I was hoping someone might be able to tell me whether it's worth applying to Stanford/Harvard in particular without a perfect academic record. I have an Oxbridge 2.1 but my first two years there were each a 2.2 and during those two years I failed (and had to retake) 3 of around 20 subjects. I then did the UK GDL and LPC law conversion (with commendations).

Applying to US LLM schools is in itself quite a commitment, and in my personal situation I'm not sure that it would be worthwhile unless there's a realistic chance of getting into the schools I have targeted.

Any advice would be very welcome...

Congrats to everyone who got a place ... I'm sure it's very well deserved.

I'm thinking about applying to Stanford, amongst others, in a few years time. I was hoping someone might be able to tell me whether it's worth applying to Stanford/Harvard in particular without a perfect academic record. I have an Oxbridge 2.1 but my first two years there were each a 2.2 and during those two years I failed (and had to retake) 3 of around 20 subjects. I then did the UK GDL and LPC law conversion (with commendations).

Applying to US LLM schools is in itself quite a commitment, and in my personal situation I'm not sure that it would be worthwhile unless there's a realistic chance of getting into the schools I have targeted.

Any advice would be very welcome...
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Gaudio

People,

who is enrolling?

Cheers.
G

People,

who is enrolling?

Cheers.
G
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