elli8301 (2017-2018)

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Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
Loyola Law School graph Waitlisted 01/31/12 02/01/12 -- -- 5 years
University of Nevada Las Vegas graph Rejected 01/31/12 -- -- 03/20/12 5 years
American University graph Waitlisted W 01/31/12 02/01/12 -- -- 5 years
Santa Clara University graph Waitlisted W 02/01/12 02/02/12 -- -- 5 years
Florida International University graph Waitlisted W 02/02/12 02/03/12 -- -- 5 years
Pepperdine University graph Accepted A 02/01/12 02/02/12 -- -- 5 years
Lewis and Clark College F graph Accepted W 02/22/12 -- -- -- 5 years
University of San Francisco graph Accepted W 01/31/12 02/01/12 -- 03/29/12 5 years
University of San Diego graph Accepted W 01/31/12 02/01/12 -- -- 5 years
Louisiana State - Baton Rouge graph Rejected 01/31/12 02/01/12 -- -- 5 years
Brooklyn Law School F graph Rejected 01/31/12 02/01/12 -- -- 5 years
Villanova University graph Accepted W 01/31/12 02/01/12 -- 02/17/12 5 years
Thomas Jefferson School of Law graph Accepted W $78,000 01/31/12 -- -- 03/05/12 5 years
Southwestern University School of Law graph Accepted W 01/31/12 02/06/12 02/06/12 -- 5 years
University of the Pacific F graph Waitlisted W 01/31/12 02/01/12 -- -- 5 years
University of Miami graph Accepted 01/31/12 02/14/12 -- 02/14/12 6 years

Applicant Information

155
3.56
N/A
U of Oklahoma
Spanish
N/A

Demographic Information

N/A
Oklahoma
N/A
Male
In Undergrad

Extra Curricular Information

Fluent in Spanish

2x Study Abroad
(University of Ljubljana, Complutense University of Madrid)

A good amount of volunteer work

ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

2/6/2012- Accepted at Southwestern. Got it by email, admissions packet came three days later. No word yet on any others.

2/14/2012- Received acceptance email from Miami. Very excited about that one!

2/17/2012- Accepted at Villanova via email.

2/22/2012- Waitlisted at Pacific. Considering taking my name off because of the other acceptances.

2/24/2012- Waitlisted at American via email. I'm going to remain on that wait list, hoping for an acceptance later!

3/5/2012- Accepted at Thomas Jefferson with 78k scholarship.

3/15/2012- Admitted at Lewis and Clark today! Great school that I am definitely considering.

3/19/2012- Received San Diego acceptance packet in the mail today. Very pleased with that. Also, today I withdrew from Villanova, Southwestern, and Thomas Jefferson due to recent acceptances.

3/20/2012- Rejected at UNLV via email. Sucks to get those emails, but wasn't a place I was considering as much as some of the others.

3/22/2012- Rejected at Brooklyn via email.

4/23/2012- Accepted at Pepperdine! That completes the cycle!

Visitor Comments

  • miami question
  • Wednesday, February 15 2012 at 08:58 AM

Are your dates for UM accurate? I applied the same day as you and have no heard back yet...its my first choice so Im nervously checking every couple of hours!!!

- legalmaestro
  • re:miami question
  • Wednesday, February 15 2012 at 02:49 PM

They are indeed accurate. It was weird, actually, because I never received any confirmation that they received my application or anything after I paid and sent it in. The first thing I heard from them was yesterday, and it was the acceptance letter. I'm nervously checking my email all the time for all the other apps; it's too hard to resist! Good luck on your app to Miami, hope you hear back soon!

- elli8301
  • re:miami question
  • Thursday, February 16 2012 at 02:23 AM

Wow...thanks for the info. I called up last week and found out it takes LSAC almost 10 days to get paperwork sent from the day you submit the application. UGH! My fingernails are suffering from all of this waiting! :-/ Have a great day!

- legalmaestro
  • Don't be a fool
  • Monday, July 09 2012 at 12:03 PM

If your goal is to be a lawyer employed by a law firm making a salary sufficient to pay your bills, you need to think twice about attending Pepperdine: Less than 45% of their graduates managed to get a full time permanent job that requires a law degree, and the majority of those that did found themselves at crappy "firms" with less than 25 attorneys making a wage you could get as an upper level manager at the Home Depot!! http://www.lawschooltransparency.com/clearinghouse/?school=pepperdine Here's some summer reading to consider before you potentially ruin your life: http://insidethelawschoolscam.blogspot.com/ You've been warned!

- Think about this

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