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Daily Archives: February 17, 2012
A) Yesterday we gave away the first $50 in our Facebook sweepstakes. Lucky for you, there’s still two more chances to win. (And three ways to enter.) Facebook. B) Here’s some law school job placement data. Happy Friday. Reuters. C) … Read Entire Article…
Feb 17, 2012 - 5:41 pm - By Hank
It’s still winter, and that means plenty of people have already been admitted to law school. (Jerks). For those of us not touched by angels, this also means that declinations abound. (Please pass the tub of chicken). Then there’s that special third group of people in their own little circle of hell. The waitlisters.
This post, all of you waitlisted and in law school limbo, is for you.
What to do when you’re waitlisted for law school:
1. Read the instructions you’re given.
Some schools explicitly invite waitlisted applicants to send additional materials. If this is the case, you’ll want to submit a letter of continued interest, along with any updates you have.
Some schools may expressly ask you NOT to send additional information.
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