Transferring for LLM

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gaud
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Transferring for LLM

Postby gaud » Wed Mar 16, 2011 9:03 pm

Hypothetically let's say i attend a 30's or 40's ranked school and finish with motivation to continue further into my education. How difficult (if possible) will it be for me if i decide that i want to transfer to a higher ranked school to participate in one of their LLM programs?

Any insight would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: Transferring for LLM

Postby reasonable_man » Wed Mar 16, 2011 9:17 pm

You re-apply for an LLM you don't transfer. And LLMs, with the exception of tax LLM from NYU is a complete waste of time. LLM = Lawyers Losing Money.

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Re: Transferring for LLM

Postby Mickey Quicknumbers » Wed Mar 16, 2011 9:20 pm

reasonable_man wrote:You re-apply for an LLM you don't transfer. And LLMs, with the exception of tax LLM from NYU is a complete waste of time. LLM = Lawyers Losing Money.

Gtown and UF do not appreciate your trolling.

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Re: Transferring for LLM

Postby reasonable_man » Wed Mar 16, 2011 9:21 pm

Mickey Quicknumbers wrote:
reasonable_man wrote:You re-apply for an LLM you don't transfer. And LLMs, with the exception of tax LLM from NYU is a complete waste of time. LLM = Lawyers Losing Money.

Gtown and UF do not appreciate your trolling.




Gtown for Gov't only and UF if you're in the South East... I'll give you both of those. But that is literally it.

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Re: Transferring for LLM

Postby Mickey Quicknumbers » Wed Mar 16, 2011 9:23 pm

reasonable_man wrote:
Mickey Quicknumbers wrote:
reasonable_man wrote:You re-apply for an LLM you don't transfer. And LLMs, with the exception of tax LLM from NYU is a complete waste of time. LLM = Lawyers Losing Money.

Gtown and UF do not appreciate your trolling.




Gtown for Gov't only and UF if you're in the South East... I'll give you both of those. But that is literally it.

concur on all counts.

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Re: Transferring for LLM

Postby reasonable_man » Wed Mar 16, 2011 9:26 pm

Mickey Quicknumbers wrote:
reasonable_man wrote:
Mickey Quicknumbers wrote:
reasonable_man wrote:You re-apply for an LLM you don't transfer. And LLMs, with the exception of tax LLM from NYU is a complete waste of time. LLM = Lawyers Losing Money.

Gtown and UF do not appreciate your trolling.




Gtown for Gov't only and UF if you're in the South East... I'll give you both of those. But that is literally it.

concur on all counts.



The scope of LLMs out there right now is horrifying.. I think BLS is actually offering an LLM in Shitlaw at this point..

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Re: Transferring for LLM

Postby Mickey Quicknumbers » Wed Mar 16, 2011 9:32 pm

reasonable_man wrote:The scope of LLMs out there right now is horrifying.. I think BLS is actually offering an LLM in Shitlaw at this point..

TBF that would make it the 2nd most useful LLM in the nation.

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Re: Transferring for LLM

Postby reasonable_man » Wed Mar 16, 2011 10:05 pm

Mickey Quicknumbers wrote:
reasonable_man wrote:The scope of LLMs out there right now is horrifying.. I think BLS is actually offering an LLM in Shitlaw at this point..

TBF that would make it the 2nd most useful LLM in the nation.



We agree once more.




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