planningthelaw (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F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred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 Accepted A $124,000 12/18/18 12/18/18 12/19/18 03/26/19 1 month
Harvard University graph Waitlisted W 12/18/18 12/19/18 01/08/19 03/25/19 1 month
University of Chicago F graph Accepted W $45,000 12/18/18 12/18/18 01/08/19 03/08/19 1 month
New York University F graph Accepted W 12/20/18 12/20/18 12/21/18 01/16/19 1 month
University of California Los Angeles F graph Accepted W $48,000 12/20/18 12/20/18 12/21/18 01/22/19 1 month
Cornell University F graph Pending W 12/27/18 12/27/18 01/03/19 03/27/19 1 month
University of Pennsylvania F graph Rejected 12/28/18 12/28/18 01/24/19 03/15/19 2 months
Columbia University F graph Waitlisted W 12/19/18 12/19/18 01/08/19 03/11/19 2 months
Northwestern University F graph Waitlisted W 12/20/18 01/02/19 01/14/19 02/20/19 3 months
University of California Berkeley graph Rejected 01/02/19 01/02/19 01/04/19 02/22/19 3 months
University of Michigan Ann Arbor F graph Waitlisted W 12/19/18 12/20/18 01/11/19 02/08/19 3 months

Applicant Information

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3.5
N/A
UC
N/A
N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

N/A
N/A
Mixed (White & MA)
N/A
Yes
Yes
5-9 Years

Extra Curricular Information

Several years of work experience; above average softs; master's degree

ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

Chicago:
UR1 1/16
Interview request 2/15
Interview & UR2 2/22
UR3 2/25

NYU:
UR1 1/3
(no UR2)

Penn:
UR1 1/29
UR2 3/5

Berkeley:
UR1 1/14
UR2 2/3

Cornell:
Ready for Review 1/3
Date change 2/13
Interview Request 3/6
(Withdrew the day after getting into SLS since I knew I wouldn't go to Cornell)

UCLA:
Scholarship info 2/15

Stanford:
Need-based scholarship on 4/9; amount listed extrapolates annual need-based amount over three years, but may change if I have substantial summer income

Visitor Comments

  • Congrats on the NYU acceptance
  • Sunday, March 03 2019 at 12:29 PM

Is your uGPA exactly 3.50?

- TheKiaLawyer
  • Monday, April 01 2019 at 03:43 PM

@TheKiaLawyer Yes!

- planningthelaw
  • wow, impressive cycle then--First-Gen?
  • Wednesday, April 03 2019 at 12:21 PM

congrats on SLS.

- TheKiaLawyer
  • @TheKiaLawyer
  • Wednesday, April 03 2019 at 02:26 PM

Thank you! And yes, I'm a first gen! I'm really excited, but also terrified, haha

- planningthelaw
  • i put this on every profile
  • Thursday, April 18 2019 at 12:48 PM

UPenn has a bigger issue---Ive seen more anecdotal people get into SLS, Harvard, $ elsewhere with UPenn denies. I take it youre an SLS Public Interest Fellow?

- TheKiaLawyer
  • Wednesday, May 01 2019 at 11:57 AM

@TheKiaLawyer - I'm not a Public Interest Fellow at SLS, I'm just poor and therefore benefit from their need-based aid

- planningthelaw
  • SLS $
  • Friday, May 03 2019 at 01:53 PM

Hey congrats on SLS! See you in the fall!! I was wondering if you could help me figure out how you managed to get money from Stanford. I know it is all need based but did you figure out a way around that? Feel free to reply to this post or DM me with the info. Congrats again!

- MhinojosaEvans
  • Monday, May 13 2019 at 11:18 PM

@MhinojosaEvans SLS's aid is only need-based. I extrapolated my first year award to a three-year amount, but it could go down if I have substantial summer income. I didn't figure out a way around the need-based aid, I'm just poor, lol

- planningthelaw

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