Do PT Acceptances/Rejections/WL's come out at a different time than FT decisons? Or would it depend on the school?
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I also began reading PLS 2 due to great reviews. However, I have found it to be long and drawn out. The organization is scattered and it seems like Falcon just compilated a bunch a various memos he wrote throughout LS.
Thank you for the input. I believe I briefly spoke with her when I was touring DU over X-mas break. I mentioned that I was interested in the J.D./Tax L.L.M. program and she was very informative in regards to the program and timelines. How do you like the program so far?
I will be a 1L this Fall most likely at the University of Denver or University of San Diego. I am interested in tax law and just wanted to get feedback on the reputation of LLM's outside the top 3 (NYU, UF, GT). Is it even worth it obtaining an LLM from other schools (i.e. USD or DU)? What if I want to work on the West Coast? Thanks.
Thanks for the input guys. I checked out the campus this past week and really enjoyed it. Matthies, assuming my numbers remain the same, what do you think my chances are at the PT program? According to LSN they fall within last years admitted PT program, but I'm not sure due to the increased number of apps for this cycle... Thanks.
I'm applying this cycle with moderately low numbers, 3.35/ 153 (Dec. LSAT pending), and just wanted to gather everyones opinion whether I should apply strictly to the PT program or take my chance with FT. According to LSN, last years PT acceptance stats were pretty similar to mine.. Also, for those of you in the PT program, is class on Saturday guaranteed or does it vary from year to year? Thanks everyone.