Junebug (2013-2014)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
Columbia University graph Accepted A 12/10/08 12/11/08 -- 03/02/09 4 years
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill graph Accepted $60,000 -- -- -- -- 5 years
University of Michigan Ann Arbor F graph Accepted $45,000 12/11/08 12/17/08 -- 02/17/09 5 years
Northwestern University F graph Waitlisted W 12/11/08 -- -- -- 5 years
University of Virginia F graph Waitlisted W 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/16/08 02/26/09 5 years
University of Pennsylvania F graph Waitlisted W 12/10/08 12/11/08 12/12/08 -- 5 years
Washington University in St Louis F graph Accepted $75,000 12/10/08 12/12/08 -- -- 5 years
University of Texas Austin graph Accepted $45,000 12/10/08 12/12/08 -- 02/18/09 5 years
University of Southern California F graph Accepted -- 12/16/08 01/07/09 03/09/09 5 years
Duke University F graph Waitlisted W 12/10/08 12/12/08 -- 02/17/09 5 years
University of Georgia F graph Accepted 12/10/08 12/15/08 -- -- 5 years

Applicant Information

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3.4
3.4
top liberal arts
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Demographic Information

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Black
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Yes
1-2 Years

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ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

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Visitor Comments

  • Decision?
  • Friday, May 01 2009 at 11:48 AM

You've had an impressive cycle,congratulations. Have you decided where you'll attend this fall?

- anonymous
  • Sunday, June 14 2009 at 04:58 PM

Hey, i have similar numbers to you, do you have any advice on how to get in those top schools?

- Daniel Adams
  • Friday, October 09 2009 at 07:56 AM

That must have been one amazing essay to get accepted into Columbia.

- Jay
  • Early Decision
  • Tuesday, October 20 2009 at 05:55 AM

I have very similiar stats and I am flirting with the idea of applying early. Columbia is my first choice so I'm trying to weigh the advantages of applying early with a 157 or retaking the LSAT in December and applying regular admissions (hopefully with a few points higher on the LSAT.) Any advice would be great. Thanks and congratulations!

- anonymous

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