« on: March 02, 2008, 01:41:17 PM »
^ i would advise against it for a myriad and a plethora of varying reasons, avicenna (lol, nice user name)
a LOCI generally stands for letter of continuing your interest in the law school. as such, ans as designated by each law school, it is intended to display continuing interest, not initial or current interest. this may sound complex but the fact of this matter is that schools wish only to receive necessary supplemental forms when necessary. it would be ripe for you to send a LOCI (ripe refers to court cases and you'll learn the term in law school).
also, if you become deferred or waitlisted, you'll have nothing to send into the schools of your choice. this is simply because, by process of elimination, you have already divulged your LOCIs and will thus be left out in the dark with nothing to send to law schools. save them until you have heard from the schools.