UCLA ($30,000) v. NYU (No scholarship)


Help me decide!!
I got 2 admission letters. One from UCLA with a $30,000 scholarship and another letter from NYU without any scholarship. Which one would be a better choice?
Any suggestions would be welcome...

Help me decide!!
I got 2 admission letters. One from UCLA with a $30,000 scholarship and another letter from NYU without any scholarship. Which one would be a better choice?
Any suggestions would be welcome...
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draemon

Only you can decide. 

Only you can decide. 
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I know but I needed some help to decide..

I know but I needed some help to decide..
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I know but I needed some help to decide..


I think it might come down to the subjects offered/what you want to study and get out of the course generally, and your capacity to self fund. 

[quote]I know but I needed some help to decide.. [/quote]<br><br>I think it might come down to the subjects offered/what you want to study and get out of the course generally, and your capacity to self fund.&nbsp;
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I want to ultimately sit for the NY Bar exam and find jobs in NY.
My question is if I choose UCLA, how easy or tough it is to then study in CA and find jobs in NY?

I know but I needed some help to decide..


I think it might come down to the subjects offered/what you want to study and get out of the course generally, and your capacity to self fund. 

I want to ultimately sit for the NY Bar exam and find jobs in NY.<br>My question is if I choose UCLA, how easy or tough it is to then study in CA and find jobs in NY?<br><br>[quote][quote]I know but I needed some help to decide.. [/quote]<br><br>I think it might come down to the subjects offered/what you want to study and get out of the course generally, and your capacity to self fund.&nbsp; [/quote]
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I want to ultimately sit for the NY Bar exam and find jobs in NY.
My question is if I choose UCLA, how easy or tough it is to then study in CA and find jobs in NY?

I know but I needed some help to decide..


I think it might come down to the subjects offered/what you want to study and get out of the course generally, and your capacity to self fund. 


Take a look at this post: https://nyullm2020.tumblr.com/post/651527744921976832/how-to-lock-down-a-legal-role-in-the-us-after-the

[Edited by Hopeful.Postgrad2023 on May 05, 2023]

[quote]I want to ultimately sit for the NY Bar exam and find jobs in NY.<br>My question is if I choose UCLA, how easy or tough it is to then study in CA and find jobs in NY?<br><br>[quote][quote]I know but I needed some help to decide.. [/quote]<br><br>I think it might come down to the subjects offered/what you want to study and get out of the course generally, and your capacity to self fund.&nbsp; [/quote] [/quote]<br><br>Take a look at this post: https://nyullm2020.tumblr.com/post/651527744921976832/how-to-lock-down-a-legal-role-in-the-us-after-the<br><br>
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balloonlaw

Just my opinion, but unless it’s an LLM in tax, I wouldn’t pay 30k more for NYU. I’d probably take UCLA if I had to choose between these two.

Just my opinion, but unless it’s an LLM in tax, I wouldn’t pay 30k more for NYU. I’d probably take UCLA if I had to choose between these two.
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beeeteee

I want to ultimately sit for the NY Bar exam and find jobs in NY.
My question is if I choose UCLA, how easy or tough it is to then study in CA and find jobs in NY?

I know but I needed some help to decide..


I think it might come down to the subjects offered/what you want to study and get out of the course generally, and your capacity to self fund. 


If your goal is to find a job in NY, then study for the LSAT and apply for the JD (or try to transfer from LLM to JD). Finding a job with an LLM degree and no assistance from a prestigious firm back home is very difficult.

[quote]I want to ultimately sit for the NY Bar exam and find jobs in NY.<br>My question is if I choose UCLA, how easy or tough it is to then study in CA and find jobs in NY?<br><br>[quote][quote]I know but I needed some help to decide.. [/quote]<br><br>I think it might come down to the subjects offered/what you want to study and get out of the course generally, and your capacity to self fund.&nbsp; [/quote] [/quote]<br><br>If your goal is to find a job in NY, then study for the LSAT and apply for the JD (or try to transfer from LLM to JD). Finding a job with an LLM degree and no assistance from a prestigious firm back home is very difficult.
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