tm1997 (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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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
Northwestern University F graph Accepted $66,000 10/14/18 10/15/18 11/02/18 01/25/19 1 month
University of Michigan Ann Arbor F graph Waitlisted 10/22/18 10/23/18 11/06/18 02/07/19 1 month
University of California Los Angeles F graph Waitlisted W 10/16/18 10/17/18 10/23/18 01/10/19 1 month
University of Virginia F graph Waitlisted 10/14/18 10/15/18 10/23/18 04/08/19 1 month
Chicago-Kent College of Law (IIT) graph Accepted W $143,000 11/20/18 11/21/18 11/21/18 12/07/18 1 month
Georgetown University F graph Waitlisted W 11/09/18 11/10/18 11/10/18 02/07/19 1 month
University of Southern California F graph Accepted $135,000 10/16/18 10/17/18 10/22/18 12/14/18 1 month
Loyola University Chicago graph Accepted W $132,000 10/23/18 10/23/18 -- 01/14/19 1 month
Boston University F graph Accepted W $90,000 10/14/18 10/15/18 10/24/18 01/10/19 1 month
Emory University F graph Accepted $153,000 10/22/18 10/23/18 10/23/18 -- 1 month
University of Chicago F graph Waitlisted 10/24/18 -- 11/01/18 01/18/19 4 months

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For those that say softs don't matter, I'm a reverse splitter KJD in (most likely) attending Northwestern, probably one of the least KJD friendly schools. Here's why I think:

1) I had a great interview. For those saying they don't care, I think you're wrong. At ASW my interviewer came up to me and remembered me despite it being 5 months ago. The school emphasises culture. I could see from ASW and the kids relatively certain on NU who attended that there was definitely a certain kind of person.

2) All the KJDs I've met at Northwestern have had full time summer work pretty much every semester either in federal or state government. I also had the unique opportunity to go abroad and work in a private defense firm in Ireland.

3) I had a great answer for "Why law now?" Answer with why you are certain that law is the only career for you.

Visitor Comments

  • Monday, December 31 2018 at 06:15 PM

Scholarship yearly or total?

- h2flow
  • @h2flow
  • Wednesday, January 02 2019 at 10:14 PM

Was yearly -- updated to total! So 120k at 40k per year.

- tm1997

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