USC v. GW Law v. Pepperdine (LLM in Litigation & Dispute Resolution)


Still
Hi everyone,

I've been admitted to all the above three programs with a 50% tuition scholarship at USC and 55% at Pepperdine. No scholarship from GW Law. I'm confused as to which program I should opt for taking into consideration the facts that USC is overall a very good ranked university, Pepperdine's DR program is no. 1 in the US and GW is in DC, which is the hub of Non-profits and International organizations. (I eventually would like to work with non-profits or government agencies)

Your advice is much appreciated. Thank you and all the best with your current and future applications.
Hi everyone,

I've been admitted to all the above three programs with a 50% tuition scholarship at USC and 55% at Pepperdine. No scholarship from GW Law. I'm confused as to which program I should opt for taking into consideration the facts that USC is overall a very good ranked university, Pepperdine's DR program is no. 1 in the US and GW is in DC, which is the hub of Non-profits and International organizations. (I eventually would like to work with non-profits or government agencies)

Your advice is much appreciated. Thank you and all the best with your current and future applications.
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Still
Please. Anyone?
Please. Anyone?
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Vladim
Personally I would choose USC, although Pepp's campus is one of the best in the country. Either way, you cannot go wrong!
Personally I would choose USC, although Pepp's campus is one of the best in the country. Either way, you cannot go wrong!
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lawyerswe
USC, no question! If you are targeting the LA market, UCLA or USC is the way to go.
USC, no question! If you are targeting the LA market, UCLA or USC is the way to go.
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Still
Thank you, guys. Appreciate your help. Quick update - I've been offered more scholarship by GW Law as compared to these two. My plan is to work with Non-Profits and Govt. Agencies after my Masters. What would you suggest? Thanks
Thank you, guys. Appreciate your help. Quick update - I've been offered more scholarship by GW Law as compared to these two. My plan is to work with Non-Profits and Govt. Agencies after my Masters. What would you suggest? Thanks
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Still
I need to send in my decision for GW Law by Friday.
I need to send in my decision for GW Law by Friday.
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