Ahh, that's what I thought. Thanks for the info!
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Alas, LSAC is down today, so I must ask you folk. Plus, I want to be sure. So.. you get fee waivers, so bam, you don't have to pay that $65 fee for the actual law school. But don't you have to pay like $15 to LSAC every time they send your files to a school? So that applying to a school for which you got a fee waiver isn't actually free.. just a reduced cost?
« on: July 16, 2008, 05:15:16 PM »
Yup, W&M today, too.
Does anyone know the likelihood of being accepted if you get a fee waiver? I know my friend got one to Mich last cycle, but got rejected in the end.. I found that odd, but then again, I don't know a ton about fee waivers. Just want to know for the future when, you know, the REALLY exciting fee waivers come (Wishful thinking? A little? Maybe..).
So...... When I was barely a sophomore (in college), I was arrested for public intoxication. Dumb, I know. Anyway, I went to court and the conviction was expunged, but I know I still have to put it on my law school applications (right?). Anyway, my question is.. Do you think this will ever be a determining factor in any of my school's decisions? How big of a deal is it anyway, if it was a couple years ago and was expunged? Thanks!