REACTING TO MY LAW SCHOOL DECISIONS 2020 | 15 law schools (Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Toronto + more)



I applied to some of the best law schools in the US and Canada! Did I get in?

Hey y’all, so I was already in college when the whole reacting to college decisions trend became a thing, but I still wanted to do it so here is me trying to do it with law schools!! I tried my best to get everything on camera, but it’s a lot harder to do it for law school admissions results than college admissions results so hopefully this turned out okay!

This took so long to film and edit and it’s a little late, but here it is.
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List of Law Schools I applied to:
Yale
Harvard
Stanford
Chicago
Columbia
NYU
Penn
Cornell
Georgetown
Michigan
Northwestern
Duke
University of Toronto
Osgoode Hall
Ottawa

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35 comments

  1. Hi, I really appreciate this video. I'm not sure if you still go through comments. I noticed you applied during your last year of university, how were you able to get admission without your final transcript? (asking for myself)

  2. I’m so late to this video but this is the calmest application reaction video I’ve ever seen. I have a massive amount of respect for you, congratulations on your amazing acceptances!!

  3. I'm still studying for the LSAT (decided it's better to study longer and apply next cycle than rush this cycle) but I am preemptively nervous about applying. 😭

  4. Only go to the school where you will fit in and find sincere and lasting common interests with your fellow students which will help you develop your professional and, most importantly, fits in with what you want to do professionally. If you just want a job doing anything which will give you the most money you can earn while making you work countless hours and you have no idea why you are actually going, pick the school with the largest endowment. It just means there are way too many rich people there who have no idea where to put their excessive money to do the most good and stick it in a school which will salt it away and continue the status quo.

  5. I don’t know if you still read these comments but I loved this video! I am not even remotely interested in law but it was fun to watch lol. Your harvard / : /Stanford reaction made me sad 🙁 Best of luck, girl. You’ve got really kind energy and you’ll go far.

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