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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: Has anyone heard from Wash U?
« on: April 02, 2009, 12:25:25 PM »
Thanks for your help, and congrats.  Do you mind if I ask, in what format did your acceptance arrive?  I received no email or mail this week and am hesitant to call for fear of being obnoxious (I calle da little over a week ago).  :( Any other insight would be very helpful, especially on how decisions are rendered.  I'd hate to check my email inbox constantly (which I'm doing) if it's only going to come in the mail.  Thanks!

Choosing the Right Law School / Has anyone heard from Wash U?
« on: March 30, 2009, 08:22:50 AM »
I'm just curious as to when and how people have heard from Wash U.  They've had my app for a few months now and I'm getting antsy!  In fact, an admissions office employee told me last week that my application was still in review but that the committee was hoping to render decisions by email early this week.  I'm just trying to get a sense for who's been admitted (what stats), when, and how.  Were rejections emailed, too?  I doubted that they would be, but she did say "email."  Thanks!

I got in fairly promptly following the e-mail notice that my application was complete and pending review.  They send decisions ONLY by mail so don't wait around for an e-mail from them.  Good luck!

Acceptances, Denials, and Waitlists / Waiting to hear from. . . .
« on: March 10, 2009, 12:30:55 PM »
Have been "Complete" as per the website with Villanova for well over a month.  Has never stated that my application is in review.  Have no notice on Chicago-Kent and I am aware that my application has been under review for a few weeks at Wash U.  Anyone still on hold like this?  Heard fairly promptly beyond completion from everyone else (Tulane, UCincinnati, Temple, American.. . .). 

I was accepted to Tulane, with a large scholarship offer and am very excited.  However, it's quite likely that, upon graduation, I won't be staying in the region.  What's the reputation outside of LA?  Do people look @ the degree as non-transferrable because of the Civil Law/Common Law problem?  I want to stay in the area if I want, but have the freedom to leave if I want. . . don't know that I'd be taking the Lousisana bar.  Insight?!  Was admitted elsewhere in the northeast and midwest (Pitt, Cincinnati, Temple, American, Loyola Chi, hopeful @ Wash U). . .


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