Un Canadien Errant (2018-2019)

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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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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 Chicago graph Waitlisted W 01/30/18 -- -- 04/06/18 4 months
University of Pennsylvania F graph Waitlisted W 01/30/18 -- -- 04/06/18 4 months
University of California Los Angeles F graph WL, Rejected 01/30/18 -- -- 04/09/18 4 months
New York University F graph WL, Accepted A 01/30/18 -- -- 04/19/18 5 months
Harvard University graph WL, Rejected 01/30/18 -- -- 03/26/18 6 months
Northwestern University F graph Waitlisted W 01/30/18 -- -- 04/10/18 6 months
Columbia University F graph Rejected 01/30/18 -- -- 04/25/18 8 months
University of California Berkeley graph Rejected 01/30/18 -- -- 04/17/18 8 months
Cornell University F graph Waitlisted W 01/30/18 -- -- 03/29/18 8 months
Stanford University graph Rejected 01/30/18 -- -- 04/09/18 8 months

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ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

04/25/2018: That didn't go too well! Make sure you put your best effort into every part of your application, be prepared for interviews, and submit early!

07/16/2018: By some miracle I'm in at NYU and the University of Toronto, any thoughts on where I should go?

Visitor Comments

  • Friday, April 13 2018 at 05:48 PM

Lots of waitlists, is this unusual?

- Un Canadien Errant
  • Thursday, April 19 2018 at 12:00 PM

This has been a particularly difficult cycle because of the trump bump - aka people applying more because of his presidency. Also since youre straight out of undergrad, it usually is harder for you since law schools generally want applicants to have some work experience before they start law school. You should re-apply after working for a year or two and Im sure youll get into top schools. Best of luck!

- ekiki
  • Thursday, April 19 2018 at 05:50 PM

Thanks for the insight! I'll probably try applying again next year. I'm super new to this whole process and I feel like I made a ton of strategic errors with my application

- Un Canadien Errant
  • Friday, July 13 2018 at 02:43 PM

Congratulations on the NYU acceptance!

- boulders
  • Monday, July 16 2018 at 09:18 PM

Thanks! I'm also in at the University of Toronto, any opinions as to which is better?

- Un Canadien Errant
  • Tuesday, July 17 2018 at 03:37 AM

U of T is certainly cheaper. Toronto is very expensive, but NYC is even more expensive. Do you want to practice in Canada or the States? If you want the big bucks, then NYU. If you want to practice in Canada, then U of T.

- boulders
  • Thursday, July 19 2018 at 10:07 AM

If you want to practice in Canada, or want to come back to Canada later, go to UofT. If you want to practice in the US go to NYU. Although money should be a factor as is the fact that you can still get NYC biglaw from UofT, without all the debt. I have multiple friends who did NY Biglaw from UofT/osgoode

- tulo23

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