« on: December 09, 2005, 12:04:42 PM »
For the win.ß
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« on: December 09, 2005, 11:09:29 AM »
I'd love to go anywhere in YHS, Michigan, or Berkeley. For some reason, Michigan seems the most likely, as no one with numbers similar to mine was rejected last year on LSN. I figure Berkeley's more iffy due to GPA, and YHS is a crapshoot, at best.
« on: December 09, 2005, 11:01:10 AM »
You can request a fee waiver from each school based on your granting of an LSAC one, as it says here:
2. Requesting a Fee Waiver From a US or Canadian Law School
Contact a law school in your area to determine if the law school participates in the fee waiver program and how it wants you to submit your application. Allow yourself enough time to meet the regular registration deadline at LSAC. If the law school returns your application with the fee waiver approved, send to LSAC the completed application, tax form(s) and other documentation, and completed LSAT & LSDAS Registration Form together in the preaddressed envelope contained in the packet. Include a check or money order, or the account number and expiration date of your credit card, for the balance of fees you owe. Your approved fee waiver application form must be included with any LSAC form you use to order waived services. Your approved application and registration form must be postmarked by the regular registration deadline in order to avoid paying a late registration fee. If your materials are postmarked during the late registration period, you must include payment for the $58 late registration fee. Late fees will not be waived.
Could someone who's been admitted copy/paste this info or upload it somewhere like rapidshare.de?
You can't view it unless you've been admitted.
According to the website, UMich does have grad housing, but it is not in the Lawyer's club.
"You may be attracted to two other University Housing options. Family housing, which is relatively economical, is available for students coming to Michigan with spouse, same-sex domestic partner, and/or children. Family housing apartments are located on North Campus, a 20 minute, free bus ride from the Law School. Housing is offered in one, two, or three bedroom townhouses and apartments. Family apartments are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis and applications are accepted from admitted students only."
Also, M16, are you sure they're closed during the breaks? Their website says that residents are "held to the lease for the entire year." I imagine Michigan's Law residence halls might have different rules than the UG ones.
I'd love to live in the lawyers club-why don't you? I understand the desire to cook for yourself, but the meal plan isn't horribly expensive, and have you taken a look at the wood-paneled dining commons? Talk about sweet.