Work experience before graduation?

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townizm
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Work experience before graduation?

Postby townizm » Fri Jun 05, 2015 11:17 pm

NU law says they want students who worked few years 'after' graduation.

Then how about WE before graduation?

I have 2 years of full time WE at an electronic company(with EE major) in 3rd grade. Does it helps to admission in NU law school?

Also, I want to apply NU ED but there's only few informations for NU ED stats. Does EDing NU have better chance than RD? How about 75% lsat and median GPA?

Thank you very much.

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Cobretti
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Re: Work experience before graduation?

Postby Cobretti » Sat Jun 06, 2015 4:40 pm

townizm wrote:NU law says they want students who worked few years 'after' graduation.

Then how about WE before graduation?

I have 2 years of full time WE at an electronic company(with EE major) in 3rd grade. Does it helps to admission in NU law school?

Also, I want to apply NU ED but there's only few informations for NU ED stats. Does EDing NU have better chance than RD? How about 75% lsat and median GPA?

Thank you very much.

They want post undergrad work experience, but they let in people without it every year so its not a hard requirement.

Is your undergrad a US or Canadian school? Are you applying for the JD or LLM?

townizm
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Re: Work experience before graduation?

Postby townizm » Sat Jun 06, 2015 7:31 pm

Cobretti wrote:
townizm wrote:NU law says they want students who worked few years 'after' graduation.

Then how about WE before graduation?

I have 2 years of full time WE at an electronic company(with EE major) in 3rd grade. Does it helps to admission in NU law school?

Also, I want to apply NU ED but there's only few informations for NU ED stats. Does EDing NU have better chance than RD? How about 75% lsat and median GPA?

Thank you very much.

They want post undergrad work experience, but they let in people without it every year so its not a hard requirement.

Is your undergrad a US or Canadian school? Are you applying for the JD or LLM?


Thank you. I'm international applicant and applying for JD.




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