University of Chicago LLM 2023-24


DUK

Hi folks, 
I had an informal conversation with a former UofC staff member yesterday and was told that those with a date change meaning they pass UR1 to UR2 and will likely be admitted and those without will likely be either rejected or waitlisted. 

Best of luck to all of us! 


Thank you for your information. It really eases my nerve...

[quote]Hi folks,&nbsp;<br>I had an informal conversation with a former UofC staff member yesterday and was told that those with a date change meaning they pass UR1 to UR2 and will likely be admitted and those without will likely be either rejected or waitlisted.&nbsp;<br><br>Best of luck to all of us!&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Thank you for your information. It really eases my nerve...
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Jana Madin

Hi folks, 
I had an informal conversation with a former UofC staff member yesterday and was told that those with a date change meaning they pass UR1 to UR2 and will likely be admitted and those without will likely be either rejected or waitlisted. 

Best of luck to all of us! 


Hey! I don't know of anyone whose day has not changed to some time in January! Do you know anyone whose date hasn't changed?

[quote]Hi folks,&nbsp;<br>I had an informal conversation with a former UofC staff member yesterday and was told that those with a date change meaning they pass UR1 to UR2 and will likely be admitted and those without will likely be either rejected or waitlisted.&nbsp;<br><br>Best of luck to all of us!&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Hey! I don't know of anyone whose day has not changed to some time in January! Do you know anyone whose date hasn't changed?
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NBVJJ

Hi folks, 
I had an informal conversation with a former UofC staff member yesterday and was told that those with a date change meaning they pass UR1 to UR2 and will likely be admitted and those without will likely be either rejected or waitlisted. 

Best of luck to all of us! 


Hey! I don't know of anyone whose day has not changed to some time in January! Do you know anyone whose date hasn't changed?


I know two friends without a date change and if u read the comments in previous pages u'll notice there is someone mentioned the same. 

[quote][quote]Hi folks,&nbsp;<br>I had an informal conversation with a former UofC staff member yesterday and was told that those with a date change meaning they pass UR1 to UR2 and will likely be admitted and those without will likely be either rejected or waitlisted.&nbsp;<br><br>Best of luck to all of us!&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Hey! I don't know of anyone whose day has not changed to some time in January! Do you know anyone whose date hasn't changed? [/quote]<br><br>I know two friends without a date change and if u read the comments in previous pages u'll notice there is someone mentioned the same.&nbsp;
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Inactive User

are your friends' status days as of today still a dec date? coz for some folks dates were updated as late as 26/27 jan (mine is jan 17)

Hi folks, 
I had an informal conversation with a former UofC staff member yesterday and was told that those with a date change meaning they pass UR1 to UR2 and will likely be admitted and those without will likely be either rejected or waitlisted. 

Best of luck to all of us! 


Hey! I don't know of anyone whose day has not changed to some time in January! Do you know anyone whose date hasn't changed?


I know two friends without a date change and if u read the comments in previous pages u'll notice there is someone mentioned the same. 

are your friends' status days as of today still a dec date? coz for some folks dates were updated as late as 26/27 jan (mine is jan 17)<br><br>[quote][quote][quote]Hi folks,&nbsp;<br>I had an informal conversation with a former UofC staff member yesterday and was told that those with a date change meaning they pass UR1 to UR2 and will likely be admitted and those without will likely be either rejected or waitlisted.&nbsp;<br><br>Best of luck to all of us!&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Hey! I don't know of anyone whose day has not changed to some time in January! Do you know anyone whose date hasn't changed? [/quote]<br><br>I know two friends without a date change and if u read the comments in previous pages u'll notice there is someone mentioned the same.&nbsp; [/quote]
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Jana Madin

The date on mine is January 27th too! Well, if there really are folks without any date changes then there might be some positive news for us! Although I don't want to celebrate too soon haha! All answers arrive on the 15th, good luck to everyone <3

[Edited by Jana Madin on Feb 11, 2023]

The date on mine is January 27th too! Well, if there really are folks without any date changes then there might be some positive news for us! Although I don't want to celebrate too soon haha! All answers arrive on the 15th, good luck to everyone &lt;3
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NBVJJ

are your friends' status days as of today still a dec date? coz for some folks dates were updated as late as 26/27 jan (mine is jan 17)



Hey! I don't know of anyone whose day has not changed to some time in January! Do you know anyone whose date hasn't changed?


I know two friends without a date change and if u read the comments in previous pages u'll notice there is someone mentioned the same. 


yes they confirmed me of their status 3 days ago. but I only know two. mine is also like yours jan 17. three more days to go.

[Edited by NBVJJ on Feb 12, 2023]

[quote]are your friends' status days as of today still a dec date? coz for some folks dates were updated as late as 26/27 jan (mine is jan 17)<br><br>[quote][quote][quote]Hi folks,&nbsp;<br>I had an informal conversation with a former UofC staff member yesterday and was told that those with a date change meaning they pass UR1 to UR2 and will likely be admitted and those without will likely be either rejected or waitlisted.&nbsp;<br><br>Best of luck to all of us!&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Hey! I don't know of anyone whose day has not changed to some time in January! Do you know anyone whose date hasn't changed? [/quote]<br><br>I know two friends without a date change and if u read the comments in previous pages u'll notice there is someone mentioned the same.&nbsp; [/quote] [/quote]<br><br>yes they confirmed me of their status 3 days ago. but I only know two. mine is also like yours jan 17. three more days to go.
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DUK

But I'm also wondering the requirement list going blank thing 1f630Does anyone whose status date changed also have blank requirements list?

But I'm also wondering the requirement list going blank thing :cold-sweat:Does anyone whose status date changed also have blank requirements list?
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bear1234


My application status date changed to January 20.

Has anyone's date changed to January 20?


<div><br></div><div>My application status date changed to January 20.</div><br><br><div>Has anyone's date changed to January 20?</div><div>
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Jana Madin

Hey! A lot of people have different dates in January as their status date! Guess we will have to wait till tomorrow. I have not heard from ANYONE that their requirement list has gone blank I have no idea if that is going to happen this year 1f975

Hey! A lot of people have different dates in January as their status date! Guess we will have to wait till tomorrow. I have not heard from ANYONE that their requirement list has gone blank I have no idea if that is going to happen this year&nbsp;:hot-face:
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ahahailun

my status date is 02/01/2023

my status date is 02/01/2023
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llm__2023

https://www.law.uchicago.edu/llm/dates

"The review of individual applications is just the first step in the process. The second step takes place in late January and early February, once most of the applications have been reviewed. At that point we look at the decisions as a group to see if we are putting together a diverse and interesting class taking into account such factors as nationality, career history, current occupation, educational background, academic interest, etc."

my status date is dec 14 does it mean a rejection1f641?

[Edited by llm__2023 on Feb 13, 2023]

https://www.law.uchicago.edu/llm/dates<br><br>"The review of individual applications is just the first step in the process. The second step takes place in late January and early February, once most of the applications have been reviewed. At that point we look at the decisions as a group to see if we are putting together a diverse and interesting class taking into account such factors as nationality, career history, current occupation, educational background, academic interest, etc."<br><br>my status date is dec 14 does it mean a rejection:slightly-frowning-face:?
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DUK

https://www.law.uchicago.edu/llm/dates

"The review of individual applications is just the first step in the process. The second step takes place in late January and early February, once most of the applications have been reviewed. At that point we look at the decisions as a group to see if we are putting together a diverse and interesting class taking into account such factors as nationality, career history, current occupation, educational background, academic interest, etc."

my status date is dec 14 does it mean a rejection1f641?


When did you submit your application?

[quote]https://www.law.uchicago.edu/llm/dates<br><br>"The review of individual applications is just the first step in the process. The second step takes place in late January and early February, once most of the applications have been reviewed. At that point we look at the decisions as a group to see if we are putting together a diverse and interesting class taking into account such factors as nationality, career history, current occupation, educational background, academic interest, etc."<br><br>my status date is dec 14 does it mean a rejection:slightly-frowning-face:? [/quote]<br><br>When did you submit your application?
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llm__2023

https://www.law.uchicago.edu/llm/dates

"The review of individual applications is just the first step in the process. The second step takes place in late January and early February, once most of the applications have been reviewed. At that point we look at the decisions as a group to see if we are putting together a diverse and interesting class taking into account such factors as nationality, career history, current occupation, educational background, academic interest, etc."

my status date is dec 14 does it mean a rejection1f641?


When did you submit your application?


the same day 

[quote][quote]https://www.law.uchicago.edu/llm/dates<br><br>"The review of individual applications is just the first step in the process. The second step takes place in late January and early February, once most of the applications have been reviewed. At that point we look at the decisions as a group to see if we are putting together a diverse and interesting class taking into account such factors as nationality, career history, current occupation, educational background, academic interest, etc."<br><br>my status date is dec 14 does it mean a rejection:slightly-frowning-face:? [/quote]<br><br>When did you submit your application? [/quote]<br><br>the same day&nbsp;
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Inactive User

think UofC, unlike previous yrs where the req list went blank, has not given any hints this year, before Feb 15. 

The date changes to a Jan date are far too common to mean anything (except that its UR2 or that might be a decision has been made, positive or negative). keeping in mind that a number of applicants will also be rejected at UR2 stage

Unless we see any changes to the UofC portal today tomorrow, we will just have to wait till Feb 15 to hear

think UofC, unlike previous yrs where the req list went blank, has not given any hints this year, before Feb 15.&nbsp;<br><br>The date changes to a Jan date are far too common to mean anything (except that its UR2 or that might be a decision has been made, positive or negative). keeping in mind that a number of applicants will also be rejected at UR2 stage<br><br>Unless we see any changes to the UofC portal today tomorrow, we will just have to wait till Feb 15 to hear
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NBVJJ

No body should lose hope in any way. This thread doesn't represent the majority even though it's the most active one in the top 5 law schools. We just share our thoughts and the information we know/collect to make this nerve-wracking waiting time more easier for all of us, and regardless of what the final result is gonna be, we all should be proud of ourselves. 

This year some law schools linked the status checker's page with the LSAC account credentials such as NYU and Chicago. Columbia has built its own portal for the first time this year similarly to Harvard's portal as they mentioned in a recent virtual session. As a result, the requirements-list-gone-blank is no longer a definite sign. 

Take it easy as there is no way to change anything. Let's hope we all celebrate together in two days!

No body should lose hope in any way. This thread doesn't represent the majority even though it's the most active one in the top 5 law schools. We just share our thoughts and the information we know/collect to make this nerve-wracking waiting time more easier for all of us, and regardless of what the final result is gonna be, we all should be proud of ourselves.&nbsp;<br><br>This year some law schools linked the status checker's page with the LSAC account credentials such as NYU and Chicago. Columbia has built its own portal for the first time this year similarly to Harvard's portal as they mentioned in a recent virtual session. As a result, the requirements-list-gone-blank is no longer a definite sign.&nbsp;<br><br>Take it easy as there is no way to change anything. Let's hope we all celebrate together in two days!
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Does anyone know at what time the decisions are commonly released?

Does anyone know at what time the decisions are commonly released?
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RLLYJ

normally noon 15 Feb Chicago time

Does anyone know at what time the decisions are commonly released?

normally noon 15 Feb Chicago time<br><br>[quote]Does anyone know at what time the decisions are commonly released? [/quote]
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DUK

It's about to come. Fingers crossed.

It's about to come. Fingers crossed.
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Inactive User

Has any one seen any changes to the tracker?

Has any one seen any changes to the tracker?
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Jana Madin

none for me :( but I got waitlisted at Penn so I am anticipating a rejection from UChicago for sure! Just a few hours to go

none for me :( but I got waitlisted at Penn so I am anticipating a rejection from UChicago for sure! Just a few hours to go
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