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Rank School Name (click to see applicants) # Applicants Accepted % Waitlisted % Rejected %
154 CUNY 1 1 / 1 100.0 0 / 1 0.0 0 / 1 0.0
71 University of Miami 2 0 / 2 0.0 2 / 2 100.0 0 / 2 0.0
45 William & Mary Law School 4 4 / 4 100.0 0 / 4 0.0 0 / 4 0.0
32 George Mason University 1 1 / 1 100.0 0 / 1 0.0 0 / 1 0.0
22 University of Florida (Levin) 7 6 / 7 85.71 0 / 7 0.0 1 / 7 14.29
32 Arizona State University 12 9 / 12 75.0 3 / 12 25.0 0 / 12 0.0
29 Fordham University 19 10 / 19 52.63 8 / 19 42.11 1 / 19 5.26
16 University of Southern California 19 5 / 19 26.32 7 / 19 36.84 7 / 19 36.84
56 University of Colorado—Boulder 3 3 / 3 100.0 0 / 3 0.0 0 / 3 0.0
14 University of California—Los Angeles 42 13 / 42 30.95 29 / 42 69.05 0 / 42 0.0
22 Wake Forest University 1 1 / 1 100.0 0 / 1 0.0 0 / 1 0.0
22 Ohio State University 4 4 / 4 100.0 0 / 4 0.0 0 / 4 0.0
84 Loyola University—Chicago 2 2 / 2 100.0 0 / 2 0.0 0 / 2 0.0
78 University of San Diego 2 2 / 2 100.0 0 / 2 0.0 0 / 2 0.0
51 University of Maryland 1 1 / 1 100.0 0 / 1 0.0 0 / 1 0.0
35 University of Alabama 2 2 / 2 100.0 0 / 2 0.0 0 / 2 0.0
80 Pennsylvania State - Penn State Law 2 2 / 2 100.0 0 / 2 0.0 0 / 2 0.0
84 Stetson University 1 1 / 1 100.0 0 / 1 0.0 0 / 1 0.0
20 University of Georgia 5 4 / 5 80.0 1 / 5 20.0 0 / 5 0.0
71 University of Connecticut 1 0 / 1 0.0 1 / 1 100.0 0 / 1 0.0
71 Northeastern University 4 4 / 4 100.0 0 / 4 0.0 0 / 4 0.0
4 University of Pennsylvania 66 18 / 66 27.27 47 / 66 71.21 1 / 66 1.52
10 Northwestern University 58 28 / 58 48.28 29 / 58 50.0 1 / 58 1.72
20 Washington University in St. Louis 32 27 / 32 84.38 5 / 32 15.63 0 / 32 0.0
60 Loyola Marymount University—Los Angeles 2 2 / 2 100.0 0 / 2 0.0 0 / 2 0.0
8 Columbia University 59 8 / 59 13.56 49 / 59 83.05 2 / 59 3.39
45 Indiana University - Bloomington 2 2 / 2 100.0 0 / 2 0.0 0 / 2 0.0
43 University of Illinois—Urbana Champaign 1 1 / 1 100.0 0 / 1 0.0 0 / 1 0.0
16 Vanderbilt University 26 11 / 26 42.31 14 / 26 53.85 1 / 26 3.85
140 Hofstra University 1 1 / 1 100.0 0 / 1 0.0 0 / 1 0.0
49 Baylor University 1 1 / 1 100.0 0 / 1 0.0 0 / 1 0.0
10 University of Michigan 64 21 / 64 32.81 37 / 64 57.81 6 / 64 9.38
35 University of California—Irvine 2 1 / 2 50.0 1 / 2 50.0 0 / 2 0.0
69 Yeshiva University (Cardozo) 2 2 / 2 100.0 0 / 2 0.0 0 / 2 0.0
133 Suffolk University 1 1 / 1 100.0 0 / 1 0.0 0 / 1 0.0
5 Harvard University 62 1 / 62 1.61 7 / 62 11.29 54 / 62 87.1
27 Boston University 30 21 / 30 70.0 8 / 30 26.67 1 / 30 3.33
8 University of Virginia 55 12 / 55 21.82 40 / 55 72.73 3 / 55 5.45
60 University of California—Davis 2 2 / 2 100.0 0 / 2 0.0 0 / 2 0.0
1 Stanford University 35 1 / 35 2.86 0 / 35 0.0 34 / 35 97.14
5 New York University 44 18 / 44 40.91 18 / 44 40.91 8 / 44 18.18
54 Temple University 1 1 / 1 100.0 0 / 1 0.0 0 / 1 0.0
45 Pepperdine University 2 2 / 2 100.0 0 / 2 0.0 0 / 2 0.0
29 Texas A&M University 2 2 / 2 100.0 0 / 2 0.0 0 / 2 0.0
35 University of Iowa 2 2 / 2 100.0 0 / 2 0.0 0 / 2 0.0
165 University of San Francisco 2 2 / 2 100.0 0 / 2 0.0 0 / 2 0.0
99 Illinois Institute of Technology (Kent) 1 1 / 1 100.0 0 / 1 0.0 0 / 1 0.0
16 University of Minnesota 3 3 / 3 100.0 0 / 3 0.0 0 / 3 0.0
3 University of Chicago 64 7 / 64 10.94 51 / 64 79.69 6 / 64 9.38
84 Lewis And Clark College 1 1 / 1 100.0 0 / 1 0.0 0 / 1 0.0
111 Brooklyn Law School 3 3 / 3 100.0 0 / 3 0.0 0 / 3 0.0
10 University of California—Berkeley 52 16 / 52 30.77 18 / 52 34.62 18 / 52 34.62
60 University of Houston 1 1 / 1 100.0 0 / 1 0.0 0 / 1 0.0
71 Tulane University 1 0 / 1 0.0 1 / 1 100.0 0 / 1 0.0
13 Cornell University 40 20 / 40 50.0 11 / 40 27.5 9 / 40 22.5
27 University of Notre Dame 8 5 / 8 62.5 3 / 8 37.5 0 / 8 0.0
35 Emory University 5 5 / 5 100.0 0 / 5 0.0 0 / 5 0.0
56 Seton Hall University 1 1 / 1 100.0 0 / 1 0.0 0 / 1 0.0
71 University of Missouri 1 1 / 1 100.0 0 / 1 0.0 0 / 1 0.0
40 University of Wisconsin 1 1 / 1 100.0 0 / 1 0.0 0 / 1 0.0
40 Washington and Lee University 2 2 / 2 100.0 0 / 2 0.0 0 / 2 0.0
29 Boston College 9 4 / 9 44.44 5 / 9 55.56 0 / 9 0.0
22 University of North Carolina 2 0 / 2 0.0 1 / 2 50.0 1 / 2 50.0
15 Georgetown University 72 28 / 72 38.89 42 / 72 58.33 2 / 72 2.78
45 Southern Methodist University 1 1 / 1 100.0 0 / 1 0.0 0 / 1 0.0
1 Yale University 33 0 / 33 0.0 2 / 33 6.06 31 / 33 93.94
16 University of Texas at Austin 25 19 / 25 76.0 6 / 25 24.0 0 / 25 0.0
5 Duke University 61 25 / 61 40.98 33 / 61 54.1 3 / 61 4.92
89 American University 2 0 / 2 0.0 2 / 2 100.0 0 / 2 0.0
35 George Washington University 15 11 / 15 73.33 4 / 15 26.67 0 / 15 0.0
60 St. John's University 1 0 / 1 0.0 1 / 1 100.0 0 / 1 0.0
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KnowledgeableRitzyWasp
18:47
@TruthTheX: praying for your gulc uprising
19:15
Ty me too 🙏
19:15
@Silver: if you want to practice in IL then there’s likely no better school than the in state schools
@SpectacularDefiantMouse: yeah, like condemnedpuffygnome, I'm not really preparing for law school by taking some courses or anything like that. The only way I'm going to be preparing is by getting myself into a rhythm schedule-wise, well enough in advance of the first day of classes, that I think will be necessary for me to do well 1L.
I'm very much not in rhythm now. lol. But I've 3-ish months.
19:55
@Silver: Cost of attendance is what matters. $37K in-state tuition = $47K sticker price with a $10K scholarship elsewhere, $70K sticker with a $40K scholarship is better than either, $40K sticker with a $0 scholarship worse than both.
19:55
(Assuming placement etc. is comparable)
Congrats on Harvard, jb2028. Any reason you applied to A&M but not Texas at Austin? Seems odd.
19:58
@BankruptcyAndRestructuringLawIsCool: Family connection, they gave me a CAS waiver so it was free
Question for the chat about judicial internships (not externships). My understanding is that judicial internships (as opposed to externships) during the summer are unpaid. How, then, do people who get them pay living expenses during the summer? Do they just make loans stretch for 12 months when they're only meant for 9? I heard that some people supplement the internship with, e.g., a research assistant position with a law professor. But would such a person both do the internship and the RA position at the same time? And if so, is that too much work or feasible?
I don't know what the workload is really like for judicial internships and RA positions.
Also curious what other things people might do to supplement an unpaid judicial internship over the summer with something paid.
20:20
@BankruptcyAndRestructuringLawIsCool: Many schools will provide some type of stipend for unpaid summer roles with a public interest employer (defined broadly, often includes any gov or judicial job)
Right, I thought so. At BU, though, it appears that what's called BU's public interest project grant is not available to supplement judicial internships. And I think its public service summer funding is also limited. Oh well.
21:13
@BankruptcyAndRestructuringLawIsCool: FWIW they allude to some type of funding ("BU Law has implemented separate funding sources for judicial interns") in this packet https://www.bu.edu/law/files/2023/11/Public-Service-Summer-Funding-Applicant-Packet-2024.pdf
21:13
Although they don't give details, and as you note they don't guarantee funding to everyone (which is in line with other $ they offer, e.g. the LRAP)
21:14
Anyone know how hard it is to do pro bono work as a 1L for judges or fed gov in general in the D.C. market
21:14
Idk much about pro bono opportunities period but thinking I wanna try to get some work experience as soon as humanly possible
21:14
When I begin law school I mean
21:15
Lines up with BU's limited endowment: $81K per student a few years ago, i.e., enough to support a payout of about $3,250 per student per year at a 4% payout rate https://leiterlawschool.typepad.com/leiter/2022/05/per-student-value-of-law-school-endowments-2021.html
21:17
Seems like they're trying to compete with other schools on program headlines (we fund X, Y, and Z and we have an LRAP) but the endowment can't really support that, so they have all these programs but don't guarantee funding. Would not rely on that if you have alternatives.
Thanks for those links. I'll give the public service summer funding information packet, in particular, a careful read. But yeah, your takeaway seems right.
KnowledgeableRitzyWasp
22:33
i could really use some fried chicken right now
KnowledgeableRitzyWasp
22:34
kfc or popeyes
KnowledgeableRitzyWasp
22:34
or korean with gochujang
KnowledgeableRitzyWasp
22:35
i might order some gochujang sauce on amazon and cook some air fried chicken breast filets, they’re really good
KnowledgeableRitzyWasp
22:35
just letting you guys know :)
0:14
Where I can find the definition of the false-endowment?
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