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Top schools that offer full rides?

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commscholar:
Yale and Harvard both say that they do not offer merit scholarships.  I'm wondering which of the top tier law schools offer full ride scholarships.  I know NYU does, but the rest are not so public about it and a little unclear.  Anyone know of others?

Jamie Stringer:
YHS don't.

Columbia, NYU, Michigan, Virginia, Penn (?), and Northwestern do. There could be more, but those are the ones I know offhand.

Thane Messinger:

--- Quote from: commscholar on September 30, 2009, 10:02:19 PM ---Yale and Harvard both say that they do not offer merit scholarships.  I'm wondering which of the top tier law schools offer full ride scholarships.  I know NYU does, but the rest are not so public about it and a little unclear.  Anyone know of others?

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The key is fairly basic:  if you're a student that law school would be happy to have (because it makes that law school more competitive vis-a-vis HYS), then all bets are off.  The more you would make them look good--which of course applies to a vanishingly small percentage of applicants--the more inclined they are to make a deal.

The lower one goes in the official hierarchy, the easier it is to make that deal . . . but the less that deal means.

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