phoen08 (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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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
Stanford University graph Waitlisted W 10/15/18 10/16/18 10/16/18 -- 3 months
Washington University in St Louis F graph Accepted W $215,000 10/15/18 10/16/18 10/23/18 11/07/18 3 months
University of California Los Angeles F graph Accepted W 10/16/18 10/17/18 10/23/18 01/16/19 3 months
Georgetown University F graph Accepted W 10/18/18 10/18/18 10/18/18 11/30/18 3 months
University of Nebraska Lincoln F graph Accepted W $48,000 10/15/18 10/15/18 10/16/18 10/22/18 3 months
Northeastern University graph Accepted W $126,000 10/15/18 10/16/18 10/19/18 11/21/18 3 months
Northwestern University F graph Accepted W 10/15/18 10/16/18 -- 01/15/19 3 months
University of Pennsylvania F graph Accepted W 10/15/18 10/16/18 10/17/18 02/05/19 3 months
University of Virginia F graph Accepted W $150,000 11/03/18 11/03/18 11/05/18 01/16/19 3 months
Duke University F graph Accepted W SP $120,000 10/15/18 10/16/18 10/16/18 10/26/18 3 months
University of Chicago F graph Accepted W $75,000 10/16/18 10/17/18 10/23/18 01/18/19 3 months
New York University F graph Accepted W $120,000 10/15/18 10/16/18 10/16/18 01/09/19 3 months
Harvard University graph Accepted A $33,500 10/13/18 10/15/18 10/16/18 12/17/18 3 months
Yale University graph Pending 01/19/19 01/20/19 -- -- 6 months

Applicant Information

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Demographic Information

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In Undergrad

Extra Curricular Information

Moderately strong softs, but nothing crazy.

ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

Edit 4/13/19
At the Harvard ASW, KJ said she wanted this weekend to be the last time we ever thought about the law school admissions process. Well, they certainly did their job. After their financial aid offer (reflected above for the first year alone), I was almost certain it was going to be HLS for me. ASW confirmed it over and over. I'm also reminded often that Stanford kept me on the hook for months before waitlisting me, and Yale has ghosted me for months. Harvard accepted me right away, and that should have been enough to tell me where I was meant to end up. Harvard is absolutely the place for me! See you there in August, class of 2022!

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Harvard
Complete 10/16
JS1 11/2!
JS2 12/17!!! So excited!
Scholarship $ listed above is only the aid I received for 1L year as I believe they re-evaluate aid every year..

Northwestern
Received 10/16
Off-Campus Alumni Interview 11/1
Accepted via email 1/15

Duke - Priority Track
Complete 10/16, Accepted via email 10/26

WashU
Received 10/16, Interview invitation 10/16
Interview 10/23
Accepted via email 11/7
Received Dean's Fellowship by email 11/20
Received fellowship details - incl. 45K stipend over 3 years - 2/20

Georgetown
Complete 10/18
Group interview request 11/6
Accepted via physical mail 11/29

UChicago
Complete 10/23
Interview Request 12/3, Interview 12/13
Accepted via email 1/18

UCLA
Applied 10/16
Accepted via phone call 1/16 but told no Epstein.

UVA
Complete 11/03
Interview Request 1/14, Interview 1/15
Accepted via status checker and email 1/16

Visitor Comments

  • UCLA
  • Wednesday, January 16 2019 at 12:42 PM

Congrats on UCLA! Were you notified via phone call? Also, were you for sure denied acceptance to the Epstein program or was there just no mention of it? I applied to UCLA and Epstein as well.

- liberalokie
  • re: UCLA
  • Thursday, January 17 2019 at 11:02 AM

Thank you! I was notified via phone call. Dean Schwartz mentioned explicitly I wasn't accepted to Epstein, but that I was still being considered for another scholarship. I'm not sure if that's the norm.

- phoen08

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