Upenn LLM to JD Transfer


Hi everyone,

I've been admitted to the UPenn and am curious about the figure/rate of the students who are accepted to be transferred to the JD program. I'll definitely practice in the US.

Does anyone know someone who already transferred to JD?
How many students are accepted from ~120 LL.M. pool?
Any GPA minimum?

Greatly appreciate any bit of answers..

Hi everyone,

I've been admitted to the UPenn and am curious about the figure/rate of the students who are accepted to be transferred to the JD program. I'll definitely practice in the US.

Does anyone know someone who already transferred to JD?
How many students are accepted from ~120 LL.M. pool?
Any GPA minimum?

Greatly appreciate any bit of answers..
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20LLM20

Hi everyone,

I've been admitted to the UPenn and am curious about the figure/rate of the students who are accepted to be transferred to the JD program. I'll definitely practice in the US.

Does anyone know someone who already transferred to JD?
How many students are accepted from ~120 LL.M. pool?
Any GPA minimum?

Greatly appreciate any bit of answers..


I really wish I had the answer. I hope someone will take a minute to respond :)

[quote]Hi everyone,

I've been admitted to the UPenn and am curious about the figure/rate of the students who are accepted to be transferred to the JD program. I'll definitely practice in the US.

Does anyone know someone who already transferred to JD?
How many students are accepted from ~120 LL.M. pool?
Any GPA minimum?

Greatly appreciate any bit of answers..[/quote]

I really wish I had the answer. I hope someone will take a minute to respond :)
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WAAstor

Penn Law only allow 1 or 2 LLM students to transfer to JD course, provided that they has VERY GOOD grades and perform EXCEPTIONALLY WELL during the fall semester. Also, those A/A+ must come from taking challenging corses e.g., Civ Pro or Evidence.

If you plan to transfer, do discuss it with the LLM course director ASAP during the summer course.

Penn Law only allow 1 or 2 LLM students to transfer to JD course, provided that they has VERY GOOD grades and perform EXCEPTIONALLY WELL during the fall semester. Also, those A/A+ must come from taking challenging corses e.g., Civ Pro or Evidence.

If you plan to transfer, do discuss it with the LLM course director ASAP during the summer course.
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