So, I had this prof in college who directly supervised me throughout an internship. She was such a hard-nosed b*tch about deadlines and accuracy and thoroughness. So, I asked her to write a LOR for me, thinking that she would be the same as she had expected us to be. Her her husband is even in law school, and I thought that maybe he would clue her in to how important the LORs are (if she didn't already know). (And, it was too late in the game to get the paperwork to someone else...)Well, I had to call/email her a million times to get her to send it (and I made it as easy as possible with self-addressed stamped envelopes and labels, etc.) and when she did send it, there was a huge error in the return address. I asked her to fix the error and to return the letter to the LSAC, and the b*tch never did it.
Now, I feel obligated to throw everything back in her face exactly how she did to us when we were undergrads. Burn the bridge to a certain extent.
She was my only prof to write a letter, so I'm just sending it with the address error...hopefully they'll pin the fault on her and not on me.