Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

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Crowing
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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby Crowing » Tue Sep 25, 2012 7:11 pm

Jeez. Well since I have a difficult name and they still got it right the first time I guess I really owe it to them to go there.

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby cahwc12 » Tue Sep 25, 2012 9:44 pm

Dayton called my friend Xin in their email. She's chinese and her name doesn't have a Xin in it.

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby 02889 » Wed Sep 26, 2012 10:11 am

To continue the wonderful story, in response to my email which said "Hello - My name isn't Analiese, it's 02889," Dayton sent an email this morning with this as the subject line:

"Replyf from Dayton Law"

In my mind, they win the 2012-2013 application cycle.

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby geary86 » Wed Sep 26, 2012 10:55 am

02889 wrote:To continue the wonderful story, in response to my email which said "Hello - My name isn't Analiese, it's 02889," Dayton sent an email this morning with this as the subject line:

"Replyf from Dayton Law"

In my mind, they win the 2012-2013 application cycle.


:D haha seriously can't compete with Dayton law!

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby shifty_eyed » Wed Sep 26, 2012 11:59 am

02889 wrote:To continue the wonderful story, in response to my email which said "Hello - My name isn't Analiese, it's 02889," Dayton sent an email this morning with this as the subject line:

"Replyf from Dayton Law"

In my mind, they win the 2012-2013 application cycle.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby JohnMarshall17 » Wed Sep 26, 2012 2:06 pm

BU and Tulane today, both unsolicited merit based fee waivers. Still waiting (hoping) for NYU.

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby helix23 » Wed Sep 26, 2012 2:11 pm

Automatically hit delete when I saw "Dayton Law" but had to check now. I'm "Kelly" :P

cue: "You had ONE job..."

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby cahwc12 » Wed Sep 26, 2012 4:17 pm

Curiously, anyone have an idea how everyone's name could be wrong?

Do you suppose they imported everything into a css spreadsheet and deleted a column or something, thus skewing everyone's name by one when they generated auto-emails from said spreadsheet?

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby Yukos » Wed Sep 26, 2012 4:49 pm

Suffolk unsolicited:

Writing, mediation and focused clinical training are essential skills of great lawyers. At Suffolk Law, they're all top-ranked US News programs (Legal Writing #9, Alternative Dispute Resolution #18 and Clinical Programs #20).


Well, I'm convinced! Withdrawing my apps to HYS now.

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby TheThriller » Wed Sep 26, 2012 4:51 pm

Yukos wrote:Suffolk unsolicited:

Writing, mediation and focused clinical training are essential skills of great lawyers. At Suffolk Law, they're all top-ranked US News programs (Legal Writing #9, Alternative Dispute Resolution #18 and Clinical Programs #20).


Well, I'm convinced! Withdrawing my apps to HYS now.


Wanna be roommates?

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby shntn » Wed Sep 26, 2012 4:55 pm

TheThriller wrote:
Yukos wrote:Suffolk unsolicited:

Writing, mediation and focused clinical training are essential skills of great lawyers. At Suffolk Law, they're all top-ranked US News programs (Legal Writing #9, Alternative Dispute Resolution #18 and Clinical Programs #20).


Well, I'm convinced! Withdrawing my apps to HYS now.


Wanna be roommates?

Um, I thought we were rooming together at UT? I hate you.

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby Yukos » Wed Sep 26, 2012 5:15 pm

TheThriller wrote:
Yukos wrote:Suffolk unsolicited:

Writing, mediation and focused clinical training are essential skills of great lawyers. At Suffolk Law, they're all top-ranked US News programs (Legal Writing #9, Alternative Dispute Resolution #18 and Clinical Programs #20).


Well, I'm convinced! Withdrawing my apps to HYS now.


Wanna be roommates?


Shhh, don't jinx it! I have to get in before I can start making roommate plans...

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby shifty_eyed » Wed Sep 26, 2012 5:23 pm

Yukos wrote:
Writing, mediation and focused clinical training are essential skills of great lawyers. At Suffolk Law, they're all top-ranked US News programs (Legal Writing #9, Alternative Dispute Resolution #18 and Clinical Programs #20).


Well, I'm convinced! Withdrawing my apps to HYS now.



IDK, guys... Dayton Law sounds pretty tempting. Anyone want to plan a TLS group visit? We can:
Hear from students, alumni and faculty about our challenging yet supportive atmosphere, our nationally-ranked legal writing program and our Program in Law and Technology. Learn how we've taken a lead in the ever-changing legal market by incorporating digital lawyering into the law school experience. And, tour our striking facility, Joseph E. Keller Hall

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby Yukos » Wed Sep 26, 2012 5:29 pm

shifty_eyed wrote:IDK, guys... Dayton Law sounds pretty tempting. Anyone want to plan a TLS group visit? We can:
Hear from students, alumni and faculty about our challenging yet supportive atmosphere, our nationally-ranked legal writing program and our Program in Law and Technology. Learn how we've taken a lead in the ever-changing legal market by incorporating digital lawyering into the law school experience. And, tour our striking facility, Joseph E. Keller Hall


When they say "striking facility," they mean the people building it are actually on strike. We can see labor law in action!

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby TheColonel » Wed Sep 26, 2012 11:12 pm

Got a UPenn waiver today. Above 75%tile LSAT and GPA right around 25%tile. I just got my transcripts in a week or so ago, so thats probably why Im getting it now rather than earlier.

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby taf889 » Thu Sep 27, 2012 11:20 am

still no word on NYU?

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby 02889 » Thu Sep 27, 2012 1:56 pm

Just got the Duke PT/fee waiver email. I'm late to the party, but at least we know that there's a round of CRS-searching happening before October LSAT scores come out.

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby WhiteyCakes » Thu Sep 27, 2012 2:14 pm

Yukos wrote:
shifty_eyed wrote:IDK, guys... Dayton Law sounds pretty tempting. Anyone want to plan a TLS group visit? We can:
Hear from students, alumni and faculty about our challenging yet supportive atmosphere, our nationally-ranked legal writing program and our Program in Law and Technology. Learn how we've taken a lead in the ever-changing legal market by incorporating digital lawyering into the law school experience. And, tour our striking facility, Joseph E. Keller Hall


When they say "striking facility," they mean the people building it are actually on strike. We can see labor law in action!


They have a "Law and Technology" program, but they can't figure out how to address emails to the right people????

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby cahwc12 » Thu Sep 27, 2012 4:00 pm

WhiteyCakes wrote:
Yukos wrote:
shifty_eyed wrote:IDK, guys... Dayton Law sounds pretty tempting. Anyone want to plan a TLS group visit? We can:
Hear from students, alumni and faculty about our challenging yet supportive atmosphere, our nationally-ranked legal writing program and our Program in Law and Technology. Learn how we've taken a lead in the ever-changing legal market by incorporating digital lawyering into the law school experience. And, tour our striking facility, Joseph E. Keller Hall


When they say "striking facility," they mean the people building it are actually on strike. We can see labor law in action!


They have a "Law and Technology" program, but they can't figure out how to address emails to the right people????


something about a failure to make a distinction in the items being compared

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby WhiteyCakes » Thu Sep 27, 2012 4:11 pm

cahwc12 wrote:something about a failure to make a distinction in the items being compared


Emphasis on tech is good enough for me

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby sunynp » Thu Sep 27, 2012 5:03 pm

You guys joke about Dayton but my cousin wants to go there. She refuses to listen to me. Her parents might actually pay her tuition to go. Which is better for her but worse for them. They both work long hours and they don't have millions or a million in the bank. I don't want them to throw away money they don't have.


She thinks I'm just being a snob because I live in NYC and went to a T6. She has lived in small town rural Ohio for her entire life.

People do go to these schools.

Be happy you know better.

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby WhiteyCakes » Thu Sep 27, 2012 5:25 pm

sunynp wrote:You guys joke about Dayton but my cousin wants to go there. She refuses to listen to me. Her parents might actually pay her tuition to go. Which is better for her but worse for them. They both work long hours and they don't have millions or a million in the bank. I don't want them to throw away money they don't have.


She thinks I'm just being a snob because I live in NYC and went to a T6. She has lived in small town rural Ohio for her entire life.

People do go to these schools.

Be happy you know better.


Yikes

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby Crowing » Thu Sep 27, 2012 5:53 pm

sunynp wrote:You guys joke about Dayton but my cousin wants to go there. She refuses to listen to me. Her parents might actually pay her tuition to go. Which is better for her but worse for them. They both work long hours and they don't have millions or a million in the bank. I don't want them to throw away money they don't have.


She thinks I'm just being a snob because I live in NYC and went to a T6. She has lived in small town rural Ohio for her entire life.

People do go to these schools.

Be happy you know better.


I have acquaintances from HS who not only attend TTTTs but traveled across the country to attend those TTTTs. I don't get that thinking process but some people are just dead-set on going to LS no matter what.

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby danitt » Thu Sep 27, 2012 6:13 pm

Wormfather wrote:Miami waiver.

Same.

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Re: Law School Application Super Spreadsheet, 2012-2013

Postby lovejopd » Thu Sep 27, 2012 11:47 pm

hunter.d wrote:

I think this is brand new, correct me if you guys already caught.

Georgetown

LSAT: 165(-2)/ 169 (-1) / 170 (-1)

GPA: 3.43 (-.01)/ 3.73 (+.01) /3.82 (+01)

That 25th LSAT took a beating. 2011 entering it was at 169


Wow 25% LSAT :mrgreen:




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