Contio (2019-2020)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
George Washington University F graph Accepted A $111,000 12/08/17 -- 12/11/17 01/22/18 2 years
University of Notre Dame F graph Accepted W $90,000 01/04/18 -- 01/05/18 02/08/18 2 years
University of Texas Austin F graph Accepted W $52,476 12/08/17 -- -- 02/28/18 2 years
Emory University F graph Accepted W $111,000 12/09/17 -- 12/21/17 01/18/18 2 years
Boston College F graph Accepted W $81,000 12/08/17 -- 12/11/17 01/26/18 2 years
Washington and Lee University F graph Accepted W $120,000 12/08/17 -- 12/11/17 12/21/17 2 years
Fordham University graph Accepted W $90,000 01/04/18 -- 01/09/18 03/23/18 2 years
Temple University F graph Accepted W $45,000 12/08/17 -- 12/13/17 01/29/18 2 years
Vanderbilt University F graph Waitlisted 12/08/17 -- 12/11/17 04/24/18 2 years
University of Southern California F graph Rejected 12/08/17 -- 01/03/18 04/11/18 2 years
Washington University in St Louis F graph Waitlisted W 12/08/17 -- 12/11/17 03/01/18 2 years
University of California Los Angeles F graph Waitlisted W 01/06/18 -- 01/09/18 03/18/18 2 years
Georgetown University graph Waitlisted W 01/04/18 -- 01/05/18 03/09/18 2 years

Applicant Information

Private Liberal Arts
Philosophy & Political Science
N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

In Undergrad

Extra Curricular Information

Two legal internships.
Mock Trial Team Captain for three years.
Was President of a chapter of a college political organization (i.e. democrats/republicans) and served on the state executive board for two years.
Worked in my school's writing center.
350+ hours volunteering with a veterans organization.
Multiple leadership positions in my fraternity.
Upward trending GPA.


Received merit-based fee waivers to most places and emailed other schools to get some. Only schools that refused to give me one were Georgetown and Fordham.

Also I was real dumb and was registered for February LSAT which delayed my decisions for most schools. Ended up cancelling my registration because I did not have the desire or time to dedicate to studying again. IMO had a good last semester so far so it was worth it.

Sent Vanderbilt a LOCI on 3/31/18 and am still holding out on them. Otherwise, looks like its GW for me. I made my decision to attend there because of a combination of scholarship, the city itself, and my career goals potentially being politics or public service.

Negotiated with GW and went from 105k to 111k. Less than I anticipated, but still something. In hindsight I would have negotiated earlier with other schools, tried to get Emory to 120k, and then tried to negotiate with GW using that offer.

Not qualified for any relevant instate tuition at any of the schools I applied to.

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