This is a very realistic question for me....... If everything else I receive back is a "no," I will likely declare Northwestern the winner!
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Have you even applied to a law school? Do you have any idea what questions are on the applications? They sound very serious when asking about any arrests and they are very serious about second-time applications. They want to know why you were rejected the first time. If he applies now and is rejected, he has to reveal the DUI arrest both cycles. If he waits until next year, then he very well might not have to even put DUI anywhere.
my interviewer (I interviewed off-campus in SF) said it was pretty easy to land a job in CA, especially since she had ties to the area. She mentioned that there are less NU grads out here, which can work in your favor (i.e. you're not competing with hundreds of other GULC grads to stay in DC, for example).
Why would this be in your favor? There are still hundreds of Boalt and UCLA and Stanford grads.
I know that firms like pedigree diversity, but why?
There might be no 169s admitted yet, but there are a lot of 170 splitters who are(including a 170/3.15, whom you should stack up well with).
Plus, no 169s are rejected yet. I think it's time for one of us to get in!
I wonder, whether those of us who haven't received such e-mails and applied early can be assured of a rejection.