Jonjacobable (2020-2021)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
New York Law School graph Waitlisted W 01/10/20 01/10/20 01/15/20 01/23/20 6 months
Hofstra University graph Waitlisted W 01/13/20 01/16/20 01/16/20 02/24/20 6 months
Albany Law School of Union University graph Waitlisted W 01/10/20 01/10/20 01/13/20 03/09/20 6 months
Suffolk University graph WL, Accepted W 01/10/20 01/10/20 01/13/20 04/28/20 8 months
John Marshall Law School - Chicago graph Accepted W 01/26/20 01/27/20 01/30/20 04/09/20 9 months
New England School of Law graph Accepted A $7,500 01/10/20 01/11/20 01/13/20 01/30/20 10 months
Western New England College School of Law graph Accepted W $4,000 01/10/20 01/13/20 01/13/20 01/30/20 10 months
Roger Williams University graph Accepted W 01/10/20 01/13/20 01/13/20 02/03/20 10 months
Thomas M Cooley Law School graph Accepted W $1 01/26/20 01/27/20 01/29/20 02/13/20 10 months
Pace University graph Waitlisted W 01/10/20 01/10/20 01/13/20 02/28/20 10 months
Widener University graph Waitlisted W 01/26/20 01/27/20 01/27/20 02/17/20 11 months
Touro College graph Rejected 01/10/20 01/11/20 01/13/20 01/24/20 12 months
Brooklyn Law School graph Rejected 01/10/20 01/10/20 01/15/20 01/23/20 12 months

Applicant Information

Business Adminsitration
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Demographic Information

New York
1-2 Years

Extra Curricular Information

Judicial intern at the Kings County Supreme Court - Summer 2018

Legal intern at NYC Human Resources Administration - October 2018, until March 2019

Volunteered at different organizations helping new immigrants learn the English language.

Four years of administrative and managerial work experience interacting with upper management and government departments.


PLEASE feel free to ask me any questions in the comments below or private message!!!

Spent over $600+ on these applications. Fingers crossed that I get into at least one.

Suffolk - Waitlisted (1/21/2020) - Accepted (4/28/2020) - Notified by Email

New York - Waitlisted - Notified by Email

Brooklyn - Rejected - Notified by Email

Touro - Rejected - Notified by status checker

New England - Accepted - Notified by Email (Scholarship amount per semester)

Western New England - Accepted - Notified by status checker (Scholarship amount per semester)

Roger Williams - Accepted - Notified by status checker

Thomas M. Cooley - Accepted - Notified by Email (Was given a scholarship, not an exact amount. Simply that I was awarded a scholarship in the form "...of a merit scholarship in the amount of 25%")

Widener Delaware - COMPLICATED - Notified by Email - I was not admitted, waitlisted, or denied. Was selected for a "try-out" program named "TAP." It cost $1,000 (not including textbook cost) and it would run from late May, until early July. Passing their final exam was necessary to be fully admitted. Turned down the offer immediately via phone call.

Hofstra - Waitlisted - Notified by Email

Pace - Waitlisted - Notified by Email

Albany - Waitlisted- Notified by Email

John - Accepted - Notified by Email

Visitor Comments

  • $$$$
  • Wednesday, January 29 2020 at 10:40 PM

I also spent well over $600 on applications. It's ridiculous. Good luck!

- HereshopingJD2023
  • Decision
  • Saturday, February 08 2020 at 10:07 AM

When you got the letter from Touro what did it say

- Dfg123
  • Responding to "Dfg123"
  • Saturday, February 08 2020 at 04:16 PM

Hello Dfg123, It didn't state the reason as to why I was denied. It was my assumption that they would, but it didn't. It simple stated that the application process is affected by your lsat score, GPA, etc and that "...sometimes the admission Committee is forced to make many difficult decisions, etc."

- Jonjacobable
  • Sunday, February 16 2020 at 11:04 PM

Very surprised with your outcome from Touro. Your GPA is amazing. Good luck with the rest of your cycle and decision!

- bobbycuesauce
  • Responding to "bobbycuesauce"
  • Monday, February 17 2020 at 08:26 PM

Me too!!! But I guess LSAT score plays a bigger role in their school. Thank you and I would also like to wish you the best of luck!!

- Jonjacobable
  • Congrats on your admits
  • Monday, February 17 2020 at 09:13 PM

Are you only interested in schools in the Northeast? Your LSAT is low, but I am surprised that with your GPA some of these schools haven't thrown more money at you. You're right about the application fees. They are BRUTAL!

- oldladylawyer
  • Responding to "oldladylawyer"
  • Tuesday, February 18 2020 at 08:03 AM

Haha! Knowing that I had a low LSAT score, I wasn't expecting any scholarships to be honest. But, I was lucky enough that New England (which I might end up attending) offered me something to offset the cost of finding an apartment, etc.

- Jonjacobable

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