JadedAsian (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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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
University of New Hampshire School of Law graph Pending W 02/28/17 03/01/17 03/01/17 -- 3 years
Emory University graph Waitlisted W 02/28/17 03/01/17 03/01/17 -- 3 years
Chicago-Kent College of Law (IIT) F graph Accepted W $140,000 02/28/17 03/01/17 03/01/17 03/30/17 3 years
Boston University graph Rejected 02/28/17 03/01/17 03/01/17 04/24/17 3 years
Georgia State University graph Pending W 02/28/17 03/01/17 03/01/17 -- 3 years
University of Denver F graph Waitlisted W 02/28/17 03/01/17 03/01/17 -- 3 years
University of Georgia graph Accepted A $15,000 02/28/17 03/01/17 03/01/17 03/08/17 3 years
George Washington University F graph Rejected 02/28/17 03/01/17 03/01/17 03/31/17 3 years

Applicant Information

N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

5-9 Years

Extra Curricular Information

- Did dance theater and dorm government in undergrad
- Minor in Japanese
- Worked in lab every undergrad summer, one in Japan
- Worked part-time during the school year
- Had a fellowship during my stint as a grad student
- 3 papers as a grad student (1 first author, 2 in good journals)
- Currently working part-time at 2 tutoring centers
- Spoken fluency in Japanese/Mandarin Chinese


- Was in a Biology PhD program but withdrew in my 3rd year. Wrote an addendum for this.
- Undergrad GPA wasn't the greatest so not sure how much that will affect my chances. However, for my school, it was an average GPA. Also, I applied pretty late in the cycle, but I'm not expecting a miracle result from my applications. It would be nice, but I'm too old to be thinking of the stars and moon.
- Only had 2 LoRs, 1 from a current boss and 1 from a friend I've kept in touch with since undergrad. Hardest part of the application process for me was deciding who to get LoRs from since I've been out of school for so long.
- 3/8: Got a decision (via email) after one week from UGA. Extremely happy since I'll be paying in-state tuition.
- 3/13: Letter came in the mail from UGA for a scholarship of $5000/yr.
- 3/30: Chicago-Kent acceptance - 30,000/year + 10,000/1st year.
- 3/31: GWU rejection by email.
- 4/22? or so: BU rejection by email.
- 4/28: Chicago-Kent sent me notification I qualified for a full scholarship, but I decided to withdraw since I'm going to be attending UGA.

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