Richmond seems to be making some movement on its waitlist. They were a school that was particularly affected by the overall phenomenon of fewer actual law school applicants but a massive increase in applications (thanks, LSACD!) I think they've begun to aggressively cull their list of accepted's to see who is actually coming so they can now fill their class off the waitlist. The Admissions Staff there is amazingly friendly and helpful...assuming you haven't already pestered them too much, I'm sure they'd be candid and upfront if you inquired about your situation.
I was accepted by Richmond in Feb., and it looks like I will attend, unless I'm let in off a waitlist to my first choice. I have had occasion to speak with the Dir. of Admissions a couple of times for various reasons...and I've found her a delight to deal with, relatively speaking.My advice to you is to cool out and relax as best you can. I know first-hand how difficult that can be, but at this point I'd say it's out of your hands. It sounds like you've adequately demonstrated your interest, and thereby, done everything you can. By the by, I would imagine applying to the May session helps your cause. Now just hope the planets align and you get shined upon with the U of R love...
Hi, I am on the wait list too, and it is quiet frustrating, but I have just gone numb. I would just urge people who are accepted and not going to come to make that known to the admissions office. This may make our life easier. To my fellow victims of mechanical law school admissions process I wish the very best.Abhi
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