trinkschoko (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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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
2 Harvard University graph Accepted 11/12/18 11/12/18 11/17/18 02/12/19 11 days
4 University of Chicago F graph Waitlisted 11/03/18 11/05/18 11/13/18 01/18/19 1 month
3 Columbia University F graph Accepted $202,000 11/12/18 11/13/18 11/20/18 01/17/19 1 month
3 New York University F graph Accepted 11/03/18 11/04/18 11/05/18 12/15/18 1 month
2 Stanford University graph Pending 11/14/18 11/15/18 11/28/18 -- 3 months
5 Duke University F graph Accepted SP 10/31/18 11/01/18 11/01/18 11/11/18 3 months
1 Yale University graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 4 months

Applicant Information

Top Liberal Arts
Social Science
N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

1-2 Years

Extra Curricular Information

Average softs


- 2017-2018 circle: Yale, WL Rejected, applied 02/28/18, Complete 03/10/18, Decision 04/27/18.

Visitor Comments

  • Northwestern
  • Tuesday, November 06 2018 at 07:20 AM

Hey! I think you're a German Speaker (like me). Did you know you can apply for a fee waiver from Northwestern by filling out this form: I got a response in about two days. Viel Glck!

- leonie994
  • re: leonie994
  • Wednesday, November 07 2018 at 06:11 AM

Haha indeed! And if you haven't done so I'd highly recommend trying Trinkschoko when you're in Germany. It's even better than cocoa (and alas I can't seem to find such beverage in any other country). Danke fuer die Erinnerung! Good thing I haven't applied to Northwestern yet.

- trinkschoko
  • Big Law?
  • Thursday, January 31 2019 at 10:20 PM

Congrats on your admissions! This is an impressive list of schools, especially considering your status as an international student. Just out of curiosity: may I ask if you are aiming for Big Law in the near future? Or are you looking to return to your native country? Good luck on the rest of the schools!

- shower&cooker
  • re: Big Law?
  • Thursday, February 07 2019 at 02:15 AM

Thanks! Well since I went to an US undergrad and thus have a reportable uGPA, I don't think my non-citizen status has really hindered my application. As for your question, I'm still exploring. I do want to see just how impossible clerkship really is for international students. Practicing in Europe also seems fun and if I'm lucky enough, some niche in-house position I'm interested in might be able to support my visa.

- trinkschoko

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