Depositing

28 Mar 2020

When will larger numbers of law school admissions decisions come?

This will be a short but I hope important blog to consider. It's been a notoriously slow admission cycle, and it possibly would have stayed at an equally slow pace until COVID-19 changed things in many dramatic ways.

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03 Apr 2018

On Multiple Depositing

Over the past 4-6 years more and more schools have tried a variety of methods to control the arms-race of scholarship negotiation; one way is asking for people to withdraw from all schools to which they have been admitted and to verify that they have done so when depositing. Here is a link to the LSAC Statement of Good Admissions Practices [http://www.lsac.org/docs/default-source/publications-%28lsac-resources%29/statementofgoodadm.pdf] — a good reference this time of year. Note the strategic a

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22 Mar 2018

Know your law school deposit deadlines

2/26/21: Updated with 2021 seat deposit deadlines Wouldn’t it be awesome to know when schools will look to take applicants off of the waitlist? You could hold off on the status checker for a few days/weeks (remember, a few years ago someone checked their GULC status checker more than 1,200 in one day!), and even better, you could reach out to the school about your interest right around when they will be looking at taking people. If only we knew… …wait, we do know! The first real round should c

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11 Apr 2017

The Multiple Deposit Dance

Over the past few years more and more schools have tried a variety of methods to control the arms-race of scholarship negotiation; one way is asking for people to withdraw from all schools to which they have been admitted and to verify that they have done so when depositing. Below is a link to the LSAC Statement of Good Admissions Practices – a good reference this time of year. Note the section on Commitments: http://www.lsac.org/docs/default-source/publications-%28lsac-resources%29/ statemen

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