This is an amusing thread and I thank all who have participated!
I am in agreement with MrRooney. There is nothing wrong with law schools judging your interesting, especially if people keep decisions open even when they enroll somewhere else which is probably greater of the two evils.
We are also assuming they waitlist (looking for interest) only for yield protect. Every seat they offer to someone who may not be interested they cannot offer to someone who is actually interested like aut-6 and brownsfan05.
The discussion should be why the OP has kept his application so long when he knows he is not going there. When we get into summer associateships, you'll find that NALP forbids this kind of behavior.
Admittedly as a splitter I was curiuos if I would get into some of the schools I applied to, but withdrew from them as soon as I knew I wasn't going to go there.
Also, the application fee pay for them to review your app. and eventually they will give a decision.
Always interesting to hear everyones opinions! I wonder if general discussions will be like this in law school? I always get booed when I argue like this with non-law people.