Stanford Law School c/o 2020

(housing, friendships, future exams, all things 2020)

How many $$$ from SLS will make it a final contender for you?

All of the $$$.
8
18%
More than the median grant (~23k)
11
25%
Enh, median grant is fine
6
14%
As long as it's something, even less than median grant, I'm cool wit that
4
9%
$0 I am already committed baby, no matter what. Some money would be nice doe
15
34%
 
Total votes: 44

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Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby katthegreat11 » Wed Feb 01, 2017 6:10 pm

Thanks to fliptrip from last year for template!

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Congratulations!!!!! Now, come to SLS!

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Although Munger is by far the most popular living option for incoming SLS students, it is by no means the only option. Many couples (especially those with children) choose to live in the family-friendly Escondido Village. An overview of housing options for law students is available here. Living off campus close to the university is hella expensive, but necessary in certain situations (e.g. you own a pet that is not a companion or service animal).

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby ayylmao » Tue Feb 07, 2017 12:59 pm

Bookmarked! Hope to see some TLSers at ASW!

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby bgt1995 » Tue Feb 07, 2017 10:39 pm

ayylmao wrote:Bookmarked! Hope to see some TLSers at ASW!


Same!

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby katthegreat11 » Tue Feb 07, 2017 11:18 pm

bgt1995 wrote:
ayylmao wrote:Bookmarked! Hope to see some TLSers at ASW!


Same!


I'm definitely going! Do you guys have any idea when we'll get financial aid information?

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby big_willy_style_333 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 4:30 pm

I am very sad that my email invitation link to the FB group is not working :(

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby hammy393 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 4:36 pm

big_willy_style_333 wrote:I am very sad that my email invitation link to the FB group is not working :(


go to your fb settings and add the email address that the invite link was sent to. I also had this problem

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby bgt1995 » Thu Feb 09, 2017 12:46 pm

katthegreat11 wrote:
bgt1995 wrote:
ayylmao wrote:Bookmarked! Hope to see some TLSers at ASW!


Same!


I'm definitely going! Do you guys have any idea when we'll get financial aid information?


I'm not sure but I really can't wait. Are you guys sure you're going to SLS, or are you waiting on financial aid? It's my top choice but really horrible financial aid could make me change my mind, I guess.

Also does anyone know whether they negotiate? Since they're need-based, I imagine they don't, right?

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby hammy393 » Thu Feb 09, 2017 1:44 pm

bgt1995 wrote:
katthegreat11 wrote:
bgt1995 wrote:
ayylmao wrote:Bookmarked! Hope to see some TLSers at ASW!


Same!


I'm definitely going! Do you guys have any idea when we'll get financial aid information?


I'm not sure but I really can't wait. Are you guys sure you're going to SLS, or are you waiting on financial aid? It's my top choice but really horrible financial aid could make me change my mind, I guess.

Also does anyone know whether they negotiate? Since they're need-based, I imagine they don't, right?


Aid will def be a factor. Does anyone have any idea if HYS gives out very similar aid? And yea I doubt we can negotiate since it's need-based

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby katthegreat11 » Thu Feb 09, 2017 2:27 pm

hammy393 wrote:
bgt1995 wrote:
katthegreat11 wrote:
bgt1995 wrote:
ayylmao wrote:Bookmarked! Hope to see some TLSers at ASW!


Same!


I'm definitely going! Do you guys have any idea when we'll get financial aid information?


I'm not sure but I really can't wait. Are you guys sure you're going to SLS, or are you waiting on financial aid? It's my top choice but really horrible financial aid could make me change my mind, I guess.

Also does anyone know whether they negotiate? Since they're need-based, I imagine they don't, right?


Aid will def be a factor. Does anyone have any idea if HYS gives out very similar aid? And yea I doubt we can negotiate since it's need-based


I feel the same way as you bgt1995, aid is definitely a factor, just because it has to be, but I honestly can't see myself turning SLS down. I am so so freaking excited to go there. But if I somehow got $0, I would definitely have to think very long and hard about it. From perusing the previous years threads I think we'll start to learn in mid-March.

I have heard you can actually negotiate, but only anecdotally from one SLS alum, so I have no idea if it's true. She encouraged me to reach out to Faye/financial aid and ask but I don't really feel comfortable doing that.

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby big_willy_style_333 » Fri Feb 10, 2017 11:53 am

hammy393 wrote:
big_willy_style_333 wrote:I am very sad that my email invitation link to the FB group is not working :(


go to your fb settings and add the email address that the invite link was sent to. I also had this problem

Worked like a charm, thanks!!

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby bgt1995 » Fri Feb 10, 2017 12:42 pm

katthegreat11 wrote:
hammy393 wrote:
bgt1995 wrote:
katthegreat11 wrote:
bgt1995 wrote:
ayylmao wrote:Bookmarked! Hope to see some TLSers at ASW!


Same!


I'm definitely going! Do you guys have any idea when we'll get financial aid information?


I'm not sure but I really can't wait. Are you guys sure you're going to SLS, or are you waiting on financial aid? It's my top choice but really horrible financial aid could make me change my mind, I guess.

Also does anyone know whether they negotiate? Since they're need-based, I imagine they don't, right?


Aid will def be a factor. Does anyone have any idea if HYS gives out very similar aid? And yea I doubt we can negotiate since it's need-based


I feel the same way as you bgt1995, aid is definitely a factor, just because it has to be, but I honestly can't see myself turning SLS down. I am so so freaking excited to go there. But if I somehow got $0, I would definitely have to think very long and hard about it. From perusing the previous years threads I think we'll start to learn in mid-March.

I have heard you can actually negotiate, but only anecdotally from one SLS alum, so I have no idea if it's true. She encouraged me to reach out to Faye/financial aid and ask but I don't really feel comfortable doing that.


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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby hammy393 » Fri Feb 10, 2017 1:46 pm

bgt1995 wrote:
katthegreat11 wrote:
hammy393 wrote:
bgt1995 wrote:
katthegreat11 wrote:
bgt1995 wrote:
ayylmao wrote:Bookmarked! Hope to see some TLSers at ASW!


Same!


I'm definitely going! Do you guys have any idea when we'll get financial aid information?


I'm not sure but I really can't wait. Are you guys sure you're going to SLS, or are you waiting on financial aid? It's my top choice but really horrible financial aid could make me change my mind, I guess.

Also does anyone know whether they negotiate? Since they're need-based, I imagine they don't, right?


Aid will def be a factor. Does anyone have any idea if HYS gives out very similar aid? And yea I doubt we can negotiate since it's need-based


I feel the same way as you bgt1995, aid is definitely a factor, just because it has to be, but I honestly can't see myself turning SLS down. I am so so freaking excited to go there. But if I somehow got $0, I would definitely have to think very long and hard about it. From perusing the previous years threads I think we'll start to learn in mid-March.

I have heard you can actually negotiate, but only anecdotally from one SLS alum, so I have no idea if it's true. She encouraged me to reach out to Faye/financial aid and ask but I don't really feel comfortable doing that.


So is SLS your top choice over H and Y? I think it might be mine, but I haven't visited any of them so I'm not sure...


^in a similar situation as you. Got a JS1 and am in at Y, but I'm leaning towards Stanford. I'm from CA, want to work here long term, and went to Y for undergrad, so I'd rather stay in CA + experience something different

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby bgt1995 » Fri Feb 10, 2017 3:54 pm

^in a similar situation as you. Got a JS1 and am in at Y, but I'm leaning towards Stanford. I'm from CA, want to work here long term, and went to Y for undergrad, so I'd rather stay in CA + experience something different


I'm unspeakably jealous, hammy393

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby katthegreat11 » Fri Feb 10, 2017 7:23 pm

hammy393 wrote:
bgt1995 wrote:
katthegreat11 wrote:
hammy393 wrote:
bgt1995 wrote:
bgt1995 wrote:
ayylmao wrote:Bookmarked! Hope to see some TLSers at ASW!


Same!


I'm not sure but I really can't wait. Are you guys sure you're going to SLS, or are you waiting on financial aid? It's my top choice but really horrible financial aid could make me change my mind, I guess.

Also does anyone know whether they negotiate? Since they're need-based, I imagine they don't, right?


Aid will def be a factor. Does anyone have any idea if HYS gives out very similar aid? And yea I doubt we can negotiate since it's need-based


I feel the same way as you bgt1995, aid is definitely a factor, just because it has to be, but I honestly can't see myself turning SLS down. I am so so freaking excited to go there. But if I somehow got $0, I would definitely have to think very long and hard about it. From perusing the previous years threads I think we'll start to learn in mid-March.

I have heard you can actually negotiate, but only anecdotally from one SLS alum, so I have no idea if it's true. She encouraged me to reach out to Faye/financial aid and ask but I don't really feel comfortable doing that.


So is SLS your top choice over H and Y? I think it might be mine, but I haven't visited any of them so I'm not sure...


^in a similar situation as you. Got a JS1 and am in at Y, but I'm leaning towards Stanford. I'm from CA, want to work here long term, and went to Y for undergrad, so I'd rather stay in CA + experience something different


I'm in an interesting place where my numbers (168/3.99) were good enough for the blackbox of Stanford, but not for H or Y, and not enough to get a full ride or significant money at any of the other T6. Even if I did get H though I would easily choose SLS, I'm from Boston originally so I want something new. So I just don't think I'll get a good enough offer from anywhere else to tempt me away from SLS. It's a new area of the country, fantastic programs for what I want to do (IP/environmental), and practically guarantees a job in whatever I want. So basically I'm just waiting for the fin aid package to confirm it.

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby hammy393 » Fri Feb 10, 2017 7:46 pm

[/quote] I'm in an interesting place where my numbers (168/3.99) were good enough for the blackbox of Stanford, but not for H or Y, and not enough to get a full ride or significant money at any of the other T6. Even if I did get H though I would easily choose SLS, I'm from Boston originally so I want something new. So I just don't think I'll get a good enough offer from anywhere else to tempt me away from SLS. It's a new area of the country, fantastic programs for what I want to do (IP/environmental), and practically guarantees a job in whatever I want. So basically I'm just waiting for the fin aid package to confirm it.[/quote]

Yea with all that being said, SLS completely makes sense for you regardless of financial package

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby ood's_brother » Mon Feb 13, 2017 5:24 pm

In today! What's up with the admitted student's page? It just says to contact the office.

Should I wait for an email with the log-in or will it be in the packet?

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby Kaziende » Tue Feb 14, 2017 6:34 pm

Checking in! 8)

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby hammy393 » Tue Feb 14, 2017 6:44 pm

ood's_brother wrote:In today! What's up with the admitted student's page? It just says to contact the office.

Should I wait for an email with the log-in or will it be in the packet?


congrats! I think the login was in the packet

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby Kaziende » Sun Feb 19, 2017 2:39 pm

Hey friends -- Does anybody know if SLS provides a travel stipend for ASW?

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby ood's_brother » Sun Feb 19, 2017 3:29 pm

Yup, check the admitted students page for details. $400

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby Kaziende » Sun Feb 19, 2017 4:27 pm

ood's_brother wrote:Yup, check the admitted students page for details. $400

Thanks!

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby ayylmao » Sun Feb 19, 2017 6:24 pm

Kaziende wrote:
ood's_brother wrote:Yup, check the admitted students page for details. $400

Thanks!

If you're traveling from either outside of CA or the west coast. Can't remember which.

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby JGuy » Wed Feb 22, 2017 9:16 pm

Has anyone already made their bookings for ASW? Thinking about getting accommodations at a place near a bus stop.

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby hammy393 » Wed Feb 22, 2017 9:31 pm

JGuy wrote:Has anyone already made their bookings for ASW? Thinking about getting accommodations at a place near a bus stop.


I RSVP'd but I think I remember requesting the student host option

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Re: Stanford Law School c/o 2020

Postby JGuy » Wed Feb 22, 2017 11:29 pm

hammy393 wrote:
JGuy wrote:Has anyone already made their bookings for ASW? Thinking about getting accommodations at a place near a bus stop.


I RSVP'd but I think I remember requesting the student host option


Hmmm, I guess it's not available anymore. I'm looking at the RSVP form and there's no option to request a student host. Did you go through the welcome page link?


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