Has anyone on the waitlist for either of these schools heard anything yet? The waiting is driving me crazy! I'm so excited to run out and get the mail everyday, only to find nothing I know Nancy Reagan heard from Southwestern, but has anyone else on here?
I had applied to Thomas Jefferson really just as a back up school and because I love San Diego, but I don't really know much about the school. I've read that it has a pretty good legal writing program and Moot Court and Mock Trial. Does anyone plan on attending next fall or know more about the school? Thanks!
I'm currently waitlisted at my top choices so I have been looking into Thomas Jefferson a bit more seriously.
There's no harm in just calling or sending them an email and asking if it would be possible for them to reconsider you since your grades changed. If they say yes then great, and if they say no well then nothing changes since they already rejected you. You really have nothing to lose.
I don't know if I'm posting this in the right spot or if anyone is really gonna have an answer to this, but I'll try anyways. I'm only 21 years old so still under my parents medical insurance as long as I'm a full-time student. I didn't apply to any Part Time Programs but I did say that if I could not receive a Full Time spot at Southwestern I'd be willing to take Part Time until I was able to transfer to FT. If this ends up being the case (only getting a PT spot) is there anything to do to keep Full Time Student Status? I know when my cousin went to Grad school the school wrote a letter to the insurance stating that althought it was only a part time program with the workload it was considered to be equivalent to full time. Do law schools do this? Like I said, I don't know if anyone has experienced this before or knows about this and I will end up having to talk to Southwestern directly if this happens but I would just like to have an idea of what would happen. Thanks for your help!