Flyer24 (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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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
Indiana University Bloomington graph Rejected -- -- 03/04/08 -- 11 years
University of South Carolina graph Waitlisted -- -- 03/21/08 -- 11 years
John Marshall Law School - Chicago graph Accepted W $12,000 -- -- 12/10/07 12/19/07 11 years
Stetson University graph Accepted W -- -- 11/13/07 01/17/08 11 years
Wake Forest University F graph Rejected -- -- 11/12/07 03/26/08 11 years
Loyola University Chicago graph Waitlisted -- -- 11/12/07 01/11/08 11 years
St. Louis University graph Accepted -- -- 11/13/07 01/03/08 11 years
DePaul University graph Waitlisted -- -- 11/13/07 12/05/07 11 years

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Visitor Comments

  • Yo
  • Friday, February 08 2008 at 07:26 PM

Hey man I already withdrew from Depaul, Ill prolly wait on Loyola, never know wat could happen as far as finances are concerned. I go to Toledo, wat school do you go to for undergrad

- sbarker3
  • SLU
  • Monday, February 11 2008 at 03:28 PM

Congrats on SLU! Any idea where you might end up?

- bdeauman
  • SLU again
  • Wednesday, February 13 2008 at 03:41 PM

Thanks for the best wishes. If you're going to SLU's ASW, I'll catch up with you then. Good luck on the rest of your apps :)

- bdeauman
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  • Saturday, February 23 2008 at 10:42 AM

i saw from a post on my friend's wall that you go to UD. fuck xavier tomorrow, eh? we've got some similar schools. where do you live at? good luck with the cycle

- atlolli01
  • hey
  • Sunday, February 24 2008 at 09:28 AM

hey, i dont know. im really happy with my results so far and was really surprised with st. louis--i applied there when I was offered a fee waiver. I have a lot of work experience during school and some great reccomendations so Im guessing thats what made them overlook my low LSAT score...and maybe the fact that I have a decent GPA from a big ten school? thats all I can think. How has your cycle been? Good luck with everything!

- pomrlaw
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  • Sunday, February 24 2008 at 04:21 PM

i love on chambers. rough loss today. i really felt roberts lost his poise at the end

- atlolli01
  • soft factors
  • Wednesday, March 05 2008 at 06:25 PM

thanks for your message, i would probably say diverse professional experience - what schools are your top choices?

- down2earth
  • re: USC and Wake
  • Thursday, March 06 2008 at 02:51 PM

Well, I have my doubts about getting off wake's waitlist, but I'm an SC resident and currently in Columbia. So, with the 5k a year, tuition is 10k. That price difference is significant (wake is 30ish) because most firm jobs in NC/SC pay somewhere between 60-80 to start, with some up to around 110. You really don't get the high end biglaw salaries here, so you have to be aware of debt. Anyway, what are your thoughts on the two? Best of luck the rest of the way.

- pitt06
  • Loyola Chicago
  • Sunday, March 09 2008 at 08:10 AM

sounds good man - i'll wait til I get the financial aid for Loyola and keep you posted...

- down2earth
  • wake and usc
  • Monday, March 10 2008 at 02:10 PM

Most USC grads are in SC. Greenville, Columbia, and Charleston are the big destinations, with Myrtle and Hilton Head as possibilities for those in real estate law. Some go back to their hometowns or counties to go the solicitor route. From what I understand, if you're in the top 5-10% of your class, you'll have a shot at Atlanta or DC, maybe Charlotte or Raleigh. Columbia is OK, nothing too spectacular. It's a state capital, so you have a lot of state employees and other gov staffer types. There are basically two bar areas, one for USC students (5 Points) and one for the young professional crowd (Vista). You're not going to pay more than 500 in rent and there are a lot of nice options for housing in several areas of the city. Also, you'll pretty much have to have a car.

- pitt06

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