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Pursuing an LLM / U of Washington(UW) Tax LLM
« on: July 14, 2013, 04:46:26 AM »
Hi guys, I have been accepted to UW tax LLM in Seattle and waitlisted at Gtown tax LLM (most likely will be rejected).I am interested in tax law and did some clinical work in tax controversy at my law school's legal tax clinic for 2 semesters. Do you think UW tax LLM is worth the investment even with its tuition being half of Gtown's. Is there any demand still for new tax lawyers in Seattle or rest of the country for that matter. Does UW's tax LLM have a good reputation regionally or nationally? Will a tax LLM from UW help in landing a legal tax job?


Transferring / Re: Cooley with 50% scholarship to MSU with nothing worth it
« on: December 06, 2010, 07:21:17 AM »
any more suggestion? is MSU worth it if I want to practice in Canada

Transferring / Cooley with 50% scholarship to MSU with nothing worth it
« on: November 29, 2010, 05:01:58 AM »
Hi guys I am a 1L at cooley in the top 10% with 3.6 gpa and 50% scholarship, I was wondering if it worth paying the extra $18000 per year to attend Michigan State University Law school as they are not  offering anything. I heard you can not do law review or moot court there and the school is not particulary good to trasferees. Is the name worth transfering for in terms of Job prospects in usa or canada.

Transferring / Cooley to somewhere
« on: June 06, 2010, 01:01:19 AM »
Hi guys I am a 1L at Cooley its a tier 4 law school and am getting 50% scholarship here, in the top 10% of the class(3.5 gpa) they grade on a C curve.

I am considering transferring to MSU but I was just wondering if it is worth the extra $60,000 i d have to pay to attend MSU over the next few yrs as it is only a tier above cooley. At this point i dont really know where I want to practice I might even go back to Canada cause thats where I am from originally.

So what do you guys recommend or are there any others schools better suited for Candians wanting to go back to Canada that you guys would advice transfering to.


I dont see them offering any home study material, its all in class so you would have to be in the area where it is offered.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Discussion Group Schedule for June 2008 Test
« on: February 12, 2008, 11:25:38 AM »
Hi Jeffort skimmed through the instructions and signed up at the other site with the same username as here'Sanam' and my e-mail is provided too.


Studying for the LSAT / Re: Discussion Group Schedule for June 2008 Test
« on: February 12, 2008, 11:18:50 AM »
Hi Jeffort

I will look over the instructions I was just lazy to dig into older messages. As for my questions about law school books. I just got ahead of myself as I just recently decided to go the law school route and was wondering if I could take any courses similar in undergrad and found there was a company which had two diffrent guides and was wondering wha the diffrence was. But yeah after my diagnostic I definitely found out where my priority should be.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Discussion Group Schedule for June 2008 Test
« on: February 12, 2008, 03:05:59 AM »
Hi Jeffort

Could I join your group as well. I am planning of writting the lsat in sept 08. I took a diagnostic cold timed and scored 141. I have to score atleat 170+ cause my gpa is like 2.1 and I just have about 7 more courses to go before I gradute in august 08. I have already ordered the bibles and the 3 lsac preptest books. So anything would help seeing that mostly everyone here starts their diagnostic in 150-160 range. I really want to hit the 170. Any advice would be great and would like to join the group.


Incoming 1Ls / study aid question
« on: August 31, 2007, 08:03:53 PM »
hi guys

I was wondering if anybody knows the diffrence between the emmanuel law outines series and the emmanuel cruchtime series or are bothe the same.


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