UChicago LL.M. Class of 2010


1115

Hi Guys!

I just declined Columbias offer and accepted Chicagos one.

Anyone else that have accepted Chicagos offer?

Hi Guys!

I just declined Columbia’s offer and accepted Chicago’s one.

Anyone else that have accepted Chicago’s offer?
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Jenny1980

I will chose Chicago too!

I will chose Chicago too!
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Isthatso

Prob. choose UChicago also :-)

Is someone going to open a Facebook group?

Prob. choose UChicago also :-)

Is someone going to open a Facebook group?

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1115

I was thinking in create a group in a couple of days, since I believe that many applicants will make the decision next week.

I was thinking in create a group in a couple of days, since I believe that many applicants will make the decision next week.
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App2009

I think I will decline Chicagos offer and accept Columbias. But I will wait for the reception offered by Dean Badger in my country before deciding.

I think I will decline Chicago’s offer and accept Columbia’s. But I will wait for the reception offered by Dean Badger in my country before deciding.
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Chicago is a better choice compared with Columbia

Chicago is a better choice compared with Columbia
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knight

Wow! I was waitlisted by Chicago, and seem to have slim chance given that quite a few of you guys have chosen Chicago over CLS...Perhaps it is due to the bad economy that undermines the charming of CLS being in NYC.

Wow! I was waitlisted by Chicago, and seem to have slim chance given that quite a few of you guys have chosen Chicago over CLS...Perhaps it is due to the bad economy that undermines the charming of CLS being in NYC.
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will choose between nyu and chicago soon - both are great schools, but would love to live new york. however, in this economy and as euro is getting weaker I think will choose chicago...anyway, can't go wrong either way!

will choose between nyu and chicago soon - both are great schools, but would love to live new york. however, in this economy and as euro is getting weaker I think will choose chicago...anyway, can't go wrong either way!
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Stagista11

Already enrolled at NU, but still waiting for UChicago. we can still arrange a meeting in Chicago right?

Already enrolled at NU, but still waiting for UChicago. we can still arrange a meeting in Chicago right?
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alex83

I have to choose between Chicago and NYU? anyone got advises?

I have to choose between Chicago and NYU? anyone got advises?
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Irishlad

Alex definately choose columbia its better ranked better know worldwide and its in NYC its a dream school in my mind only beat by Harvard

Alex definately choose columbia its better ranked better know worldwide and its in NYC its a dream school in my mind only beat by Harvard
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1115

I have to choose between Chicago and NYU? anyone got advises?

Chicago!

Chicago: 50 LLM students, NYU: 450 LLM students

Maybe this specialized rankings could help you to decide: http://www.leiterrankings.com/

<blockquote>I have to choose between Chicago and NYU? anyone got advises?</blockquote>
Chicago!

Chicago: 50 LLM students, NYU: 450 LLM students

Maybe this specialized rankings could help you to decide: http://www.leiterrankings.com/
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wolla

Has anyone received the formal letter of acceptance (hardcopy) that was supposed to be sent on 15 March?

Has anyone received the formal letter of acceptance (hardcopy) that was supposed to be sent on 15 March?
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ART/Br

Has anyone received the formal letter of acceptance (hardcopy) that was supposed to be sent on 15 March?


No, I haven't received either...

<blockquote>Has anyone received the formal letter of acceptance (hardcopy) that was supposed to be sent on 15 March?</blockquote>

No, I haven't received either...
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grugani

I've got it last Friday (I'm from Brazil). It must be coming shortly to you.

They sent the letter, a memo with brief instructions for next steps and a hardcopy booklet with the current students and faculty data.

I've got it last Friday (I'm from Brazil). It must be coming shortly to you.

They sent the letter, a memo with brief instructions for next steps and a hardcopy booklet with the current students and faculty data.
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Has anyone received the formal letter of acceptance (hardcopy) that was supposed to be sent on 15 March?


I received it last friday enclosed with a booklet about the members of the faculty and the JD students.

For those on the waiting list, I withdrew last week my application there. I hope it will help !

<blockquote>Has anyone received the formal letter of acceptance (hardcopy) that was supposed to be sent on 15 March?</blockquote>

I received it last friday enclosed with a booklet about the members of the faculty and the JD students.

For those on the waiting list, I withdrew last week my application there. I hope it will help !
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natassja

My deadline for accepting Columbias offer expire in two more days, and I am not completely sure where to attend. I will have to take the big decision tomorrow, but so far, I think that I will head to Chicago!

My deadline for accepting Columbia’s offer expire in two more days, and I am not completely sure where to attend. I will have to take the “big decision” tomorrow, but so far, I think that I will head to Chicago!
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Stagista11

Honestly I'd rather choose Columbia over Chicago...better name worldwide...then, it also depends on which subject you'll focus

Honestly I'd rather choose Columbia over Chicago...better name worldwide...then, it also depends on which subject you'll focus
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twain

If your field is Law & Economics (antitrust, regulatory issues etc.), do not hesitate: Chicago. If your field is Corporate Law, both Chicago and Columbia are equally good. If your field is International Law, chose Columbia.

If you want to create strong ties with faculty and classmates, chose Chicago. If you want to meet a lot of people from different countries, Columbia (the problem is that you will only know a few well).

In any case nataisja, you cant go wrong. Both law schools have the same prestige and the decision will depend in what is better for you.

I was waitlisted by Chicago and unfortunately, Columbia didnt offer me any financial aid.

If your field is Law & Economics (antitrust, regulatory issues etc.), do not hesitate: Chicago. If your field is Corporate Law, both Chicago and Columbia are equally good. If your field is International Law, chose Columbia.

If you want to create strong ties with faculty and classmates, chose Chicago. If you want to meet a lot of people from different countries, Columbia (the problem is that you will only know a few well).

In any case nataisja, you can’t go wrong. Both law schools have the same prestige and the decision will depend in what is better for you.

I was waitlisted by Chicago and unfortunately, Columbia didn’t offer me any financial aid.
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natassja

Today I refuse Columbia, NYU and Berkeleys offers and sent the acceptation email to Mr. Badger.

Do you know already where to live at Chicago? The good thing is that housing in Chicago is really inexpensive compared to New York (NYC housing should be around 3 times more expensive) or San Francisco.

See you in September!

Today I refuse Columbia, NYU and Berkeley’s offers and sent the acceptation email to Mr. Badger.

Do you know already where to live at Chicago? The good thing is that housing in Chicago is really inexpensive compared to New York (NYC housing should be around 3 times more expensive) or San Francisco.

See you in September!
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