6/5/2020 - LSAT Flex score released. I got a 170!
7/31/2020 - Accepted to Baylor with a full tuition scholarship.
8/21/2020 - Accepted to Arizona State with an option to enroll through O'Connor Honors Porgram, which includes full tuition and fees (including increases), waived seat deposit, and invitations to special events as a student.
9/11/2020 - Accepted to Georgia. Scholarship information not immediately provided in acceptance email. UGA gives scholarships to admitted students at a later date.
10/7/2020 - Accepted to GWU! 40 minutes after acceptance email, they sent another email stating that I was being offered $150,000 merit scholarship.
10/7/2020 - Completed University of Texas's virtual interview.
10/23/2020 - Completed group interview with GULC's Dean Cornblatt. Really friendly guy and great group of fellow applicants!
10/23/2020 - What a day! Got a call from Dean Farnsworth saying that I have been accepted to UT Austin Law! Email in a few hours will contain acceptance letter and details.
10/26/2020 - Email acceptance to GMU's Scalia Law School! Scholarship of $40,740/year. Further details to come in the mail.
11/6/2020 - Acceptance email from Georgetown! Nice video message from Dean Cornblatt included.
11/11/2020 - Acceptance email from Penn State! Again, I applied to Penn State University Park, NOT Dickinson. LSN only has Dickinson listed in their system for some reason. Offered full tuition scholarship.
11/16/2020 - Accepted at Alabama with full tuition! I've been excited about this one. Dean of Admissions called today to let me know, so pumped!
11/16/2020 - University of Georgia notified me of my scholarship offer today. I first received a tuition equalization scholarship to bring my tuition rate to that of a Georgia resident. On top of that was a full tuition scholarship.
12/2/2020 - Received a call from Assistant Dean of Admissions at Boston University; I'm in at BU! Additional information to come in admissions packet through snail mail.
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I'm UGA bound, baby! Go Dawgs!
Don't be afraid of walking away from the T14, especially if you know you don't want to do big law. I've been leaning public interest for awhile, and that career path made scholarship money a priority in my decision. The dollar figures above are somewhat misleading because UGA tuition is already substantially less than most law schools. They offered full tuition plus stipend money, and the campus is beautiful.
It came down to ASU and UGA. I visited both and liked both areas. UGA is comparable academically, offered more money, and had a cheaper cost of living. That, along with not being in a huge city, sealed the deal.
I'll check this page periodically. So if you are reading this for some reason and have any law school admissions questions, feel free to send me a message!