Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

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intlbr
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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby intlbr » Fri Mar 17, 2017 2:39 pm

gwillygecko wrote:Let the good times roll! Got admission offer in the mail today! Super excited because some of my friends live in atlanta and my family isnt that far either. Applied 2/24 letter dated 3/13

Congrats! Did you get any emails or was it snail mail only?

gwillygecko
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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby gwillygecko » Fri Mar 17, 2017 2:44 pm

thanks!

snail mail only. only emails i ever got were 1)completion email and 2)the well make decisions by end of april email everyone got

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby vcap180 » Fri Mar 17, 2017 4:21 pm

pleasesendhelp wrote:Just got the new Employment class of 2015 stats in the mail

Full-time bar admission required
254 (82%)

Full-time JD preferred
38 (12%)

Law Firm
158 (53%)

Government
61 (20%)

Business/Industry
27 (9%)

Public Interest
19 (6%)

Judicial Clerkship
18 (6%)

Education
15 (5%)

Firm Size
500+
53 (34%)
$150,000

251-500
15 (9%)
$135,0

101-250
12 (8%)
$110,000

51-100
4 (3%)
N/a

26-50
9 (6%)
$90,000

11-25
14 (9%)
$72,000

2-10
49 (31%)
$65,000

1
1 (1%)
N/a

Business/Industry
$80,00

Education
N/a

Judicial Clerkship
$60,000

Government
$60,085

Public Interest
$48,000



So roughly half the class is working in a law firm, and of that half, roughly half is working in a big firm (100+ Lawyers)... And 6% got a fedclerk.

So their biglaw+fedclerk is approx 30%, or the same as of year. Am I understanding that correctly? It's Friday and I'm tired.

baseballfan660
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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby baseballfan660 » Fri Mar 17, 2017 4:25 pm

vcap180 wrote:
pleasesendhelp wrote:Just got the new Employment class of 2015 stats in the mail

Full-time bar admission required
254 (82%)

Full-time JD preferred
38 (12%)

Law Firm
158 (53%)

Government
61 (20%)

Business/Industry
27 (9%)

Public Interest
19 (6%)

Judicial Clerkship
18 (6%)

Education
15 (5%)

Firm Size
500+
53 (34%)
$150,000

251-500
15 (9%)
$135,0

101-250
12 (8%)
$110,000

51-100
4 (3%)
N/a

26-50
9 (6%)
$90,000

11-25
14 (9%)
$72,000

2-10
49 (31%)
$65,000

1
1 (1%)
N/a

Business/Industry
$80,00

Education
N/a

Judicial Clerkship
$60,000

Government
$60,085

Public Interest
$48,000



So roughly half the class is working in a law firm, and of that half, roughly half is working in a big firm (100+ Lawyers)... And 6% got a fedclerk.

So their biglaw+fedclerk is approx 30%, or the same as of year. Am I understanding that correctly? It's Friday and I'm tired.



these employment stats are last years. They are the graduating class of 2015, not 2016.

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pleasesendhelp
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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby pleasesendhelp » Fri Mar 17, 2017 4:42 pm

baseballfan660 wrote:
vcap180 wrote:
pleasesendhelp wrote:Just got the new Employment class of 2015 stats in the mail

Full-time bar admission required
254 (82%)

Full-time JD preferred
38 (12%)

Law Firm
158 (53%)

Government
61 (20%)

Business/Industry
27 (9%)

Public Interest
19 (6%)

Judicial Clerkship
18 (6%)

Education
15 (5%)

Firm Size
500+
53 (34%)
$150,000

251-500
15 (9%)
$135,0

101-250
12 (8%)
$110,000

51-100
4 (3%)
N/a

26-50
9 (6%)
$90,000

11-25
14 (9%)
$72,000

2-10
49 (31%)
$65,000

1
1 (1%)
N/a

Business/Industry
$80,00

Education
N/a

Judicial Clerkship
$60,000

Government
$60,085

Public Interest
$48,000



So roughly half the class is working in a law firm, and of that half, roughly half is working in a big firm (100+ Lawyers)... And 6% got a fedclerk.

So their biglaw+fedclerk is approx 30%, or the same as of year. Am I understanding that correctly? It's Friday and I'm tired.



these employment stats are last years. They are the graduating class of 2015, not 2016.


The numbers show improvement since lst puts Emory big law at 26%

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby vcap180 » Fri Mar 17, 2017 5:23 pm

baseballfan660 wrote:
vcap180 wrote:
pleasesendhelp wrote:Just got the new Employment class of 2015 stats in the mail

Full-time bar admission required
254 (82%)

Full-time JD preferred
38 (12%)

Law Firm
158 (53%)

Government
61 (20%)

Business/Industry
27 (9%)

Public Interest
19 (6%)

Judicial Clerkship
18 (6%)

Education
15 (5%)

Firm Size
500+
53 (34%)
$150,000

251-500
15 (9%)
$135,0

101-250
12 (8%)
$110,000

51-100
4 (3%)
N/a

26-50
9 (6%)
$90,000

11-25
14 (9%)
$72,000

2-10
49 (31%)
$65,000

1
1 (1%)
N/a

Business/Industry
$80,00

Education
N/a

Judicial Clerkship
$60,000

Government
$60,085

Public Interest
$48,000



So roughly half the class is working in a law firm, and of that half, roughly half is working in a big firm (100+ Lawyers)... And 6% got a fedclerk.

So their biglaw+fedclerk is approx 30%, or the same as of year. Am I understanding that correctly? It's Friday and I'm tired.



these employment stats are last years. They are the graduating class of 2015, not 2016.


Damn. I want something new !

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby pleasesendhelp » Fri Mar 17, 2017 5:27 pm

vcap180 wrote:
baseballfan660 wrote:
vcap180 wrote:
pleasesendhelp wrote:Just got the new Employment class of 2015 stats in the mail

Full-time bar admission required
254 (82%)

Full-time JD preferred
38 (12%)

Law Firm
158 (53%)

Government
61 (20%)

Business/Industry
27 (9%)

Public Interest
19 (6%)

Judicial Clerkship
18 (6%)

Education
15 (5%)

Firm Size
500+
53 (34%)
$150,000

251-500
15 (9%)
$135,0

101-250
12 (8%)
$110,000

51-100
4 (3%)
N/a

26-50
9 (6%)
$90,000

11-25
14 (9%)
$72,000

2-10
49 (31%)
$65,000

1
1 (1%)
N/a

Business/Industry
$80,00

Education
N/a

Judicial Clerkship
$60,000

Government
$60,085

Public Interest
$48,000



So roughly half the class is working in a law firm, and of that half, roughly half is working in a big firm (100+ Lawyers)... And 6% got a fedclerk.

So their biglaw+fedclerk is approx 30%, or the same as of year. Am I understanding that correctly? It's Friday and I'm tired.



these employment stats are last years. They are the graduating class of 2015, not 2016.


Damn. I want something new !


Wait, so LST is a lie, or is Emory lying to me cause fed+biglaw is 40% based on the report Emory sent me

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby baseballfan660 » Fri Mar 17, 2017 5:46 pm

pleasesendhelp wrote:
vcap180 wrote:
baseballfan660 wrote:
vcap180 wrote:
pleasesendhelp wrote:Just got the new Employment class of 2015 stats in the mail

Full-time bar admission required
254 (82%)

Full-time JD preferred
38 (12%)

Law Firm
158 (53%)

Government
61 (20%)

Business/Industry
27 (9%)

Public Interest
19 (6%)

Judicial Clerkship
18 (6%)

Education
15 (5%)

Firm Size
500+
53 (34%)
$150,000

251-500
15 (9%)
$135,0

101-250
12 (8%)
$110,000

51-100
4 (3%)
N/a

26-50
9 (6%)
$90,000

11-25
14 (9%)
$72,000

2-10
49 (31%)
$65,000

1
1 (1%)
N/a

Business/Industry
$80,00

Education
N/a

Judicial Clerkship
$60,000

Government
$60,085

Public Interest
$48,000



So roughly half the class is working in a law firm, and of that half, roughly half is working in a big firm (100+ Lawyers)... And 6% got a fedclerk.

So their biglaw+fedclerk is approx 30%, or the same as of year. Am I understanding that correctly? It's Friday and I'm tired.



these employment stats are last years. They are the graduating class of 2015, not 2016.


Damn. I want something new !


Wait, so LST is a lie, or is Emory lying to me cause fed+biglaw is 40% based on the report Emory sent me

You said this is the report of the 2015 graduates. 10 months after the class of 2015 graduated was last March. If you made a typo and these are the 2016 employment stats then these are current, if they aren't and are the class of 2015 stats,then they've been around since around last march.

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby BobBoblaw » Fri Mar 17, 2017 5:51 pm

pleasesendhelp wrote:
vcap180 wrote:
baseballfan660 wrote:
vcap180 wrote:
pleasesendhelp wrote:Just got the new Employment class of 2015 stats in the mail

Full-time bar admission required
254 (82%)

Full-time JD preferred
38 (12%)

Law Firm
158 (53%)

Government
61 (20%)

Business/Industry
27 (9%)

Public Interest
19 (6%)

Judicial Clerkship
18 (6%)

Education
15 (5%)

Firm Size
500+
53 (34%)
$150,000

251-500
15 (9%)
$135,0

101-250
12 (8%)
$110,000

51-100
4 (3%)
N/a

26-50
9 (6%)
$90,000

11-25
14 (9%)
$72,000

2-10
49 (31%)
$65,000

1
1 (1%)
N/a

Business/Industry
$80,00

Education
N/a

Judicial Clerkship
$60,000

Government
$60,085

Public Interest
$48,000



So roughly half the class is working in a law firm, and of that half, roughly half is working in a big firm (100+ Lawyers)... And 6% got a fedclerk.

So their biglaw+fedclerk is approx 30%, or the same as of year. Am I understanding that correctly? It's Friday and I'm tired.



these employment stats are last years. They are the graduating class of 2015, not 2016.


Damn. I want something new !


Wait, so LST is a lie, or is Emory lying to me cause fed+biglaw is 40% based on the report Emory sent me



I would expect that Emory calculates as percent of class with long term full time jobs, and the lst number is out of the whole graduating class.

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby pleasesendhelp » Fri Mar 17, 2017 6:48 pm

BobBoblaw wrote:
pleasesendhelp wrote:
vcap180 wrote:
baseballfan660 wrote:
vcap180 wrote:
pleasesendhelp wrote:Just got the new Employment class of 2015 stats in the mail

Full-time bar admission required
254 (82%)

Full-time JD preferred
38 (12%)

Law Firm
158 (53%)

Government
61 (20%)

Business/Industry
27 (9%)

Public Interest
19 (6%)

Judicial Clerkship
18 (6%)

Education
15 (5%)

Firm Size
500+
53 (34%)
$150,000

251-500
15 (9%)
$135,0

101-250
12 (8%)
$110,000

51-100
4 (3%)
N/a

26-50
9 (6%)
$90,000

11-25
14 (9%)
$72,000

2-10
49 (31%)
$65,000

1
1 (1%)
N/a

Business/Industry
$80,00

Education
N/a

Judicial Clerkship
$60,000

Government
$60,085

Public Interest
$48,000



So roughly half the class is working in a law firm, and of that half, roughly half is working in a big firm (100+ Lawyers)... And 6% got a fedclerk.

So their biglaw+fedclerk is approx 30%, or the same as of year. Am I understanding that correctly? It's Friday and I'm tired.



these employment stats are last years. They are the graduating class of 2015, not 2016.


Damn. I want something new !


Wait, so LST is a lie, or is Emory lying to me cause fed+biglaw is 40% based on the report Emory sent me



I would expect that Emory calculates as percent of class with long term full time jobs, and the lst number is out of the whole graduating class.


I've been bamboozled. I'll check to make sure it's the right year when I get back.

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby michelekfla » Fri Mar 17, 2017 8:14 pm

pleasesendhelp wrote:
BobBoblaw wrote:
pleasesendhelp wrote:
vcap180 wrote:
baseballfan660 wrote:
vcap180 wrote:
pleasesendhelp wrote:Just got the new Employment class of 2015 stats in the mail

Full-time bar admission required
254 (82%)

Full-time JD preferred
38 (12%)

Law Firm
158 (53%)

Government
61 (20%)

Business/Industry
27 (9%)

Public Interest
19 (6%)

Judicial Clerkship
18 (6%)

Education
15 (5%)

Firm Size
500+
53 (34%)
$150,000

251-500
15 (9%)
$135,0

101-250
12 (8%)
$110,000

51-100
4 (3%)
N/a

26-50
9 (6%)
$90,000

11-25
14 (9%)
$72,000

2-10
49 (31%)
$65,000

1
1 (1%)
N/a

Business/Industry
$80,00

Education
N/a

Judicial Clerkship
$60,000

Government
$60,085

Public Interest
$48,000



So roughly half the class is working in a law firm, and of that half, roughly half is working in a big firm (100+ Lawyers)... And 6% got a fedclerk.

So their biglaw+fedclerk is approx 30%, or the same as of year. Am I understanding that correctly? It's Friday and I'm tired.



these employment stats are last years. They are the graduating class of 2015, not 2016.


Damn. I want something new !


Wait, so LST is a lie, or is Emory lying to me cause fed+biglaw is 40% based on the report Emory sent me



I would expect that Emory calculates as percent of class with long term full time jobs, and the lst number is out of the whole graduating class.


I've been bamboozled. I'll check to make sure it's the right year when I get back.


Here is the ABA report for 2015 graduates.... http://law.emory.edu/_includes/document ... -00-51.pdf

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby pleasesendhelp » Fri Mar 17, 2017 8:48 pm

michelekfla wrote:.


Then where is Emory getting the 34% number from? Sorry, I'm no good at math, but I did try to get to 26% that LST shows but I couldn't. Anyone more savvy able to clarify?

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby texas95 » Sat Mar 18, 2017 1:22 am

jennageorge wrote:
Long shot hero wrote:
texas95 wrote:
Wellthen wrote:
bitter_melon wrote:I got my scholarship with my acceptance letter. Those of you waiting on numbers... maybe you just didn't get anything?

It was specified on many of our letters that we were, indeed, being awarded merit scholarships, and that we would get the numbers *by* mid-March.

I'm part of this group. Still waiting on my award. Has anyone received theirs yet?

No and I'm getting a little frustrated.


I was one of the people who was to be given a scholarship by March 15th. Just got my email. Lower than what I was expecting based on LSN. I even found a way to lower my overall COA in ATL. It was a top choice, which sucks for both Emory and I, because I would have matriculated for sure. I even tried to pre-negotiate by showing them my other offers before they decided (way better offers with better ranked schools). I know they don't negotiate after initial offer, so I will be most likely withdrawing (and cancelling my plane ticket for LawDay/ASW). Sad days. Good luck to you all!

P.S.: Yes, I am butt-hurt lol...and the good luck is only half heart-felt!


Got my offer on the 14th as well. $108,000 total, 3.5/165.

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby BEng,MBA,FRM,JD(?) » Sat Mar 18, 2017 1:30 am

pleasesendhelp wrote:
michelekfla wrote:.


Then where is Emory getting the 34% number from? Sorry, I'm no good at math, but I did try to get to 26% that LST shows but I couldn't. Anyone more savvy able to clarify?


From the numbers you have sent, 53% class is law firms. And of that, 51% is biglaw (100+). Which means 27.03% (i.e., .53 x 51%) of the class is biglaw firms. 2015 was 26%. So, this may be new numbers. However, you have to confirm what the report you got in your mail says. Does it say employment stats for 2015 or for 2016?

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby pleasesendhelp » Sat Mar 18, 2017 2:12 am

BEng,MBA,FRM,JD(?) wrote:
pleasesendhelp wrote:
michelekfla wrote:.


Then where is Emory getting the 34% number from? Sorry, I'm no good at math, but I did try to get to 26% that LST shows but I couldn't. Anyone more savvy able to clarify?


From the numbers you have sent, 53% class is law firms. And of that, 51% is biglaw (100+). Which means 27.03% (i.e., .53 x 51%) of the class is biglaw firms. 2015 was 26%. So, this may be new numbers. However, you have to confirm what the report you got in your mail says. Does it say employment stats for 2015 or for 2016?


just checked the booklet. It's 2015, but it was a bit misleading because it said in bold that they included 2016 places of employment at the end of the packet.

Sorry all, but it does seem there's improvement.

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby baseballfan660 » Sat Mar 18, 2017 2:25 am

pleasesendhelp wrote:
BEng,MBA,FRM,JD(?) wrote:
pleasesendhelp wrote:
michelekfla wrote:.


Then where is Emory getting the 34% number from? Sorry, I'm no good at math, but I did try to get to 26% that LST shows but I couldn't. Anyone more savvy able to clarify?


From the numbers you have sent, 53% class is law firms. And of that, 51% is biglaw (100+). Which means 27.03% (i.e., .53 x 51%) of the class is biglaw firms. 2015 was 26%. So, this may be new numbers. However, you have to confirm what the report you got in your mail says. Does it say employment stats for 2015 or for 2016?


just checked the booklet. It's 2015, but it was a bit misleading because it said in bold that they included 2016 places of employment at the end of the packet.

Sorry all, but it does seem there's improvement.

hopefully there is improvement but we won't know till we see 2016 numbers.

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby BarMan » Sat Mar 18, 2017 11:45 am

Anyone here try and negotiate scholly $$ yet?

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby JustWannaGraduate » Mon Mar 20, 2017 12:15 am

Special Waitlist with a 169 huh

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby jennageorge » Mon Mar 20, 2017 11:32 am

texas95 wrote:
jennageorge wrote:
Long shot hero wrote:
texas95 wrote:
Wellthen wrote:
bitter_melon wrote:I got my scholarship with my acceptance letter. Those of you waiting on numbers... maybe you just didn't get anything?

It was specified on many of our letters that we were, indeed, being awarded merit scholarships, and that we would get the numbers *by* mid-March.

I'm part of this group. Still waiting on my award. Has anyone received theirs yet?

No and I'm getting a little frustrated.


I was one of the people who was to be given a scholarship by March 15th. Just got my email. Lower than what I was expecting based on LSN. I even found a way to lower my overall COA in ATL. It was a top choice, which sucks for both Emory and I, because I would have matriculated for sure. I even tried to pre-negotiate by showing them my other offers before they decided (way better offers with better ranked schools). I know they don't negotiate after initial offer, so I will be most likely withdrawing (and cancelling my plane ticket for LawDay/ASW). Sad days. Good luck to you all!

P.S.: Yes, I am butt-hurt lol...and the good luck is only half heart-felt!


Got my offer on the 14th as well. $108,000 total, 3.5/165.


Damn congrats!!

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby BoyJord » Mon Mar 20, 2017 11:54 am

jennageorge wrote:
texas95 wrote:
jennageorge wrote:
Long shot hero wrote:
texas95 wrote:
Wellthen wrote:
bitter_melon wrote:I got my scholarship with my acceptance letter. Those of you waiting on numbers... maybe you just didn't get anything?

It was specified on many of our letters that we were, indeed, being awarded merit scholarships, and that we would get the numbers *by* mid-March.

I'm part of this group. Still waiting on my award. Has anyone received theirs yet?

No and I'm getting a little frustrated.


I was one of the people who was to be given a scholarship by March 15th. Just got my email. Lower than what I was expecting based on LSN. I even found a way to lower my overall COA in ATL. It was a top choice, which sucks for both Emory and I, because I would have matriculated for sure. I even tried to pre-negotiate by showing them my other offers before they decided (way better offers with better ranked schools). I know they don't negotiate after initial offer, so I will be most likely withdrawing (and cancelling my plane ticket for LawDay/ASW). Sad days. Good luck to you all!

P.S.: Yes, I am butt-hurt lol...and the good luck is only half heart-felt!


Got my offer on the 14th as well. $108,000 total, 3.5/165.


Damn congrats!!


Maybe they could tell that I was not that interested to begin with but I feel a little undervalued by their offer - $78k total (3.9x/164).
Will be promptly withdrawing, cant believe I waited almost 3 months for this news.

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby pleasesendhelp » Mon Mar 20, 2017 12:42 pm

BoyJord wrote:
Maybe they could tell that I was not that interested to begin with but I feel a little undervalued by their offer - $78k total (3.9x/164).
Will be promptly withdrawing, cant believe I waited almost 3 months for this news.


Don't be so discouraged. I find that their offerings are quite weird... like they don't make a lot of sense. Some people with higher numbers than mine (170/3.0~) received less, and others with lower (like 150s/3.5~) were offered nearly as much as I. I think they give out offers based on the likelihood of you attending. That's the only explanation I can come up with so far. If you go through this thread, you'll see what I'm talking about.

I'm going to negotiate very soon, don't care if they're "not known to negotiate". I'll share the results.

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby BoyJord » Mon Mar 20, 2017 2:32 pm

pleasesendhelp wrote:
BoyJord wrote:
Maybe they could tell that I was not that interested to begin with but I feel a little undervalued by their offer - $78k total (3.9x/164).
Will be promptly withdrawing, cant believe I waited almost 3 months for this news.


Don't be so discouraged. I find that their offerings are quite weird... like they don't make a lot of sense. Some people with higher numbers than mine (170/3.0~) received less, and others with lower (like 150s/3.5~) were offered nearly as much as I. I think they give out offers based on the likelihood of you attending. That's the only explanation I can come up with so far. If you go through this thread, you'll see what I'm talking about.

I'm going to negotiate very soon, don't care if they're "not known to negotiate". I'll share the results.

We await your results

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby jennageorge » Mon Mar 20, 2017 3:33 pm

BoyJord wrote:
pleasesendhelp wrote:
BoyJord wrote:
Maybe they could tell that I was not that interested to begin with but I feel a little undervalued by their offer - $78k total (3.9x/164).
Will be promptly withdrawing, cant believe I waited almost 3 months for this news.


Don't be so discouraged. I find that their offerings are quite weird... like they don't make a lot of sense. Some people with higher numbers than mine (170/3.0~) received less, and others with lower (like 150s/3.5~) were offered nearly as much as I. I think they give out offers based on the likelihood of you attending. That's the only explanation I can come up with so far. If you go through this thread, you'll see what I'm talking about.

I'm going to negotiate very soon, don't care if they're "not known to negotiate". I'll share the results.

We await your results


Hey same offer lol! I agree about YP but my numbers are good- not YP level good. Plus, I showed active interest. Meh, it's ok. They have to take their steps to ensure certain things, so I understand. But, I did withdraw as well.

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby intlbr » Wed Mar 22, 2017 1:21 pm

Hey! Any AJD applicants still waiting to hear back? And were all of you invited to an interview?

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Re: Emory Law c/o 2020 (2016-2017)

Postby SolRs » Thu Mar 23, 2017 1:04 pm

Just withdrew my app and scholly of $69k

I hope it opens up a spot and additional monies for an Emory hopeful!




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