DarkKnight (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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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
Cornell University graph Pending W 11/02/07 11/02/07 11/13/07 -- 13 years
University of Pennsylvania F graph Pending W 11/03/07 11/05/07 11/27/07 -- 13 years
New York University graph Pending W 11/04/07 11/05/07 -- -- 13 years
Georgetown University graph Accepted W 11/03/07 11/05/07 11/09/07 11/29/07 13 years
Harvard University graph Pending W 11/02/07 11/02/07 -- -- 13 years
University of Virginia F graph Pending W 11/02/07 11/02/07 11/12/07 -- 13 years
Fordham University graph Pending W 11/03/07 11/14/07 12/03/07 -- 13 years
Duke University F graph Accepted W SP 11/01/07 11/02/07 11/13/07 11/20/07 13 years
Cardozo-Yeshiva University F graph Pending W 11/02/07 11/06/07 11/13/07 -- 13 years
Boston University graph Pending W 11/08/07 11/13/07 -- -- 13 years
Columbia University F graph Accepted A ED 11/01/07 11/02/07 11/14/07 12/04/07 13 years

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Visitor Comments

  • hi
  • Wednesday, October 17 2007 at 06:14 PM

you don\t need alL those safeties, unless your gpa is before 3.5.

- anonymous
  • duke
  • Friday, October 26 2007 at 11:18 AM

I haven't received an offer from them yet. I think it takes about a month so maybe early November.

- TheEvilEmpire
  • LSAT Addendum
  • Sunday, October 28 2007 at 09:15 AM

I thought about submitting an addendum long and hard but I decided I just didn't have a very legitimate reason to write one. I wrote a few drafts but they sounded whiny and insincere; I ultimately decided to let my score increase stand for itself. A few admissions books said that LSAT addendums run a very high risk of hurting your application package for this reason. I think with such huge increases, they can infer that our scores went up because 1) the first time was a fluke or 2) we simply studied more. That's what I did anyway; good luck to you!

- calgal86
  • Columbia
  • Sunday, November 04 2007 at 04:41 PM

I guess I'm not getting any hopes up on scholarships...not with my first LSAT...just hoping to get in. I did include an addendum, though, explaining my first LSAT score. Not much to say, though, without making excuses. Best of luck, however you go about it. I'm excited to see how things go this fall...

- chadb
  • nice!
  • Tuesday, November 13 2007 at 01:23 PM

Nice GPA; good luck with your apps. Hopefully you'll start getting acceptance letters soon.

- chaos123
  • Congrats!
  • Tuesday, November 20 2007 at 06:04 PM

On Duke!

- PinkTiki
  • Congrats!
  • Thursday, November 29 2007 at 07:49 AM

On Georgetown!

- PinkTiki
  • Congrats
  • Thursday, November 29 2007 at 06:47 PM

on yoru acceptances so far! Best of luck with the rest!

- rabbit9198
  • Yeah...
  • Sunday, December 02 2007 at 09:06 PM

My parents made me apply to Cardozo too. Holidays off ;)

- netwebber
  • columbia
  • Tuesday, December 04 2007 at 12:18 PM

congrats on columbia. did you find out on 11/28? or was this from today? ... I\'m anxiously waiting a response myself.

- waltra
  • Congrats!
  • Tuesday, December 04 2007 at 01:50 PM

On Columbia!

- PinkTiki
  • Congrats!
  • Tuesday, December 04 2007 at 03:44 PM

Congrats on Columbia!

- M51
  • Wow
  • Wednesday, December 05 2007 at 10:39 AM

Congrats man, you're going to get a great education and go make six figures

- Redemption08
  • Good Choice
  • Saturday, December 08 2007 at 12:56 PM

CLS is awesome. Make sure to come to an ASW and stay with a student. Most of us are somewhat fun.

- sarahbell127
  • Congrants on Columbia!
  • Monday, December 10 2007 at 03:51 PM

Look forward to meeting you soon!

- OTgirl
  • Re: Your Question
  • Saturday, December 29 2007 at 12:57 PM

ASW is a bunch of panels about random stuff. When I was there, 4 or 5 state attorneys general were there talking about challenges in their respective states, public interest, how they got to their position, etc. There are also panels with alumns in different fields (corporate, public interest, government). The dean makes a speech about how awesome you are. They try to woo you with booze and hors d'ouvres. As far as interactions with students are concerned: There is a student panel (student life or something), you can say overnight with a student, there is a student organization event. Stop by the Federalist Society table and say hello! I think FedSoc is also having some sort of house party during ASW, too. Regarding housing: I think here were about 10 different housing options available for viewing: Lenfest (the law school studio-apt/dorm), 2BR, a studio, 3BR, couples housing, kosher housing, etc. There is also a mock class, for which we were emaile a very short Contracts case and discussed it/were called on. I would recommend going to an actual class if you have time. I provided my email address--feel free to email me questions, as I don't check this site too often!

- sarahbell127

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