Washington University in St. Louis?


sinaryan
Hey guys,

What do you think of Washington University in St. Louis? even though the school is ranked in the top 20, i havent heard a lot about it.
Hey guys,

What do you think of Washington University in St. Louis? even though the school is ranked in the top 20, i havent heard a lot about it.
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It's n excellent school. What are your post-LLM goals? What are you trying to get out of the program?
It's n excellent school. What are your post-LLM goals? What are you trying to get out of the program?
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sinaryan
Hey,
I am thinking about doing the jd after the llm and i now at GWSL thats possible :) i am really interested in criminal and social justice, so it would be important to me that the law school has good offerings about that.
also, i now st. louis is ranked as one of the most violent citys in the usa, do you think that could become a problem while living there?
Hey,
I am thinking about doing the jd after the llm and i now at GWSL thats possible :) i am really interested in criminal and social justice, so it would be important to me that the law school has good offerings about that.
also, i now st. louis is ranked as one of the most violent citys in the usa, do you think that could become a problem while living there?
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First of all, make sure you have a complete understanding of the requirements needed to transfer into the JD program -- GPA required, etc. Ask what percentage of LLMs who apply get accepted.

St. Louis certainly has some rough areas but I think you can certainly find safe places to live. If you plan on working in the US after the JD, find out what kinds of placements they have in the criminal /social justice areas. Assuming you are attending with an F-1, make sure to ask what kind of help they can offer in finding OPT work and their experience in finding positions for international students. Honestly, that will be more important to your career than the rank of the school.
First of all, make sure you have a complete understanding of the requirements needed to transfer into the JD program -- GPA required, etc. Ask what percentage of LLMs who apply get accepted.

St. Louis certainly has some rough areas but I think you can certainly find safe places to live. If you plan on working in the US after the JD, find out what kinds of placements they have in the criminal /social justice areas. Assuming you are attending with an F-1, make sure to ask what kind of help they can offer in finding OPT work and their experience in finding positions for international students. Honestly, that will be more important to your career than the rank of the school.
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