???-Should CLEO acceptances be reported to Adcomms?

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???-Should CLEO acceptances be reported to Adcomms?

Postby SôngHươngNúiNgự » Mon Jan 25, 2010 11:17 pm

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Re: ???-Should CLEO acceptances be reported to Adcomms?

Postby mb88 » Tue Jan 26, 2010 12:45 am

The primary benefit is that you can tell the future, and determine whether or not you'll be admitted before you spend money on an application.

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Re: ???-Should CLEO acceptances be reported to Adcomms?

Postby PDaddy » Tue Jan 26, 2010 12:51 am

SôngHươngNúiNgự wrote:Any great benefits to telling an admissions committee that you've been accepted to CLEO? Hope to see your answers.


Yes. Adcoms know you're serious about doing well. Who but a serious student spends the summer BEFORE their first year of law school studying cases, taking graded exams, writing essays and doing research in a hot library? CLEO can turn a possible rejection into a waitlist, and a waitlist into a yes, especially if you do exceptionally well. CLEO eliminates a bit of the risk that you won't be up-to-speed when school begins, and that can make adcoms take a closer look at you. the more pretraining you get, the less help you need once school begins. They are familiar with the program, so they know what you are being taught. Tell them!

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Re: ???-Should CLEO acceptances be reported to Adcomms?

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Re: ???-Should CLEO acceptances be reported to Adcomms?

Postby ViIIager » Tue Jan 26, 2010 2:26 pm

mb88 wrote:The primary benefit is that you can tell the future, and determine whether or not you'll be admitted before you spend money on an application.

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You are my winner of the day. Congratulations! :D

Also, if CLEO accepts you as her lawyer, you can actually bill some decent hours thanks to the FTC.
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Re: ???-Should CLEO acceptances be reported to Adcomms?

Postby POSERmyLOVE » Sat Apr 02, 2011 6:57 pm

I just did this, sent an email to USD and UCLA.....hopefully this will give me a boost and perhaps an acceptance!!
I was apart of the UCLA Law Fellows Program but I did horrible on my LSAT so maybe they'll take me serious once they see I got accepted into this program!!!


good luck!




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