Rooster24 (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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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
University of Arizona graph Waitlisted 12/01/11 -- -- 12/23/11 8 years
University of Minnesota Twin Cities graph Waitlisted W 12/01/11 -- -- 01/31/12 8 years
University of New Mexico graph WL, Rejected 12/01/11 -- -- 07/31/12 8 years
University of Colorado Boulder graph WL, Rejected 02/14/12 -- -- 07/21/12 8 years
University of Denver graph Accepted W 12/01/11 -- -- 01/26/12 9 years
University of Nevada Las Vegas graph Waitlisted W 12/01/11 -- -- 04/13/12 9 years
Lewis and Clark College graph Waitlisted W 12/01/11 -- -- 04/04/12 9 years
University of Utah graph Rejected 01/17/12 -- -- 03/26/12 9 years
Arizona State University graph Rejected 12/20/11 -- -- 03/15/12 9 years
University of Miami graph WL, Accepted W 12/01/11 -- -- 03/09/12 9 years
University of Oregon graph Accepted $3,000 12/01/11 -- -- 02/18/12 9 years
Wake Forest University graph Rejected 12/01/11 -- -- 02/10/12 9 years
Washington and Lee University graph Waitlisted W 12/01/11 -- -- 12/20/11 9 years

Applicant Information

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Demographic Information

1-2 Years

Extra Curricular Information



7/16/13- Successful transfer into UA

7/31/12- Rejection email from UNM waitlist

7/16/12- Rejection snail mail off the waitlist at CU.

4/20/12- Waitlist email from UNM

4/13/12- Waitlist email from UNLV

4/11/12- Waitlist snail mail from CU-Boulder.

4/5/12- Waitlist at L&C. Email.

3/26/12- 8x11 snail rejection from UU. No change in status checker.

3/15/12- Snail mail rejection from ASU. Small white envelope.

3/9/12- email from miami with acceptance.

2/21/12- email from L&C saying my app is going to deferred.

2/18/12- In at Oregon! 8x11 snail mail.

2/10/12- rejection. Wake forest via email.

1/31/12- Wait list. UMN notified via e-mail and status checker update.

1/26/12- Acceptance at University of Denver. Checker, snail mail

12/23/11- deferred at UA. Snail mail.

Visitor Comments

  • good luck
  • Friday, January 06 2012 at 06:31 AM

Thanks and good luck!! The waitlists are driving me crazy--it would be really nice for them just to reject me (or better, accept me)! I consider them a long-drawn out rejection basically, so it'll be ok, but still! GOOD LUCK with everything!!!

- colorado87
  • Tuesday, January 24 2012 at 01:58 PM

Thanks! Both notified me via email. Good luck on your cycle.

- CaptJax
  • thanks and gl
  • Thursday, February 02 2012 at 06:09 AM

Thank you and congrats on your acceptances!! ASU let me know via snail mail that was i dinged, so hopefully you will get a letter that says you're in! DU has an alright reputation in the state. CU-Boulder dominates most of the legal market it seems, from what i've learned from other law students and lawyers in the area. Of course, opinions on this fluctuates quite a bit. it seems like most of the denver legal market is based largely on networking and connections that you can make, so if you went to DU, you should be prepared to do an extensive amount of this. also, DU is highly regional and doesn't seem to have too much mobility outside of denver. at this point i am choosing kentucky as my number 1, since they gave me money and also seems to have much better job prospects in kentucky compared to DU in colorado (also they're not known for giving too much scholarship money and i'm planning to go somewhere with money). BUT all in all if you do well at any law school, i'm sure getting employed won't be a massive issue. and DU is a great school in the city. AND you'll love denver! good luck with your decision and let me know if you have any questions.

- colorado87
  • Good luck!
  • Monday, February 13 2012 at 12:05 PM

Thanks and good luck to you too! I work in Breckenridge which has been sweeet - so if you end up going to Denver you should buy a season pass to come ski up here (they're cheap - only roughly $350). Just to give you some additional perspective on what Colorado87 said - I met with a lawyer who went to DU and he said that CU gets way more attention in regards to bringing in firms to interview and what not. Apparently at DU, you really have to fend for yourself when it comes to internships and job prospects. Also - DU is super expensive and so if you have the money, it may be worth your while. If not - because it's not as highly regarded in the state as CU Boulder - it may be hard to justify going to school there. Anyway - good luck with the rest of your cycle!

- spillface
  • thanks
  • Wednesday, February 15 2012 at 06:11 AM

Good luck to you! I similarly chose not to go to Denver--waiting on money, but I doubt I will get any. At this pt, UK is my #1. let me know if you have any questions!

- colorado87
  • utah
  • Thursday, February 23 2012 at 12:19 PM

Utah only mentioned that they send merit scholarships by March 5th, and need based ones come later, as late as April sometime. Congrats on Oregon! I'm still waiting on them.

- Tiymay

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