I just received the following email from Wisconsin:
We are writing to thank you for your application to the University of Wisconsin Law School and to update you on your status.
In previous correspondences we stated that applicants on the hold list would either be admitted or placed on the wait list. At this time, we have decided to move all applicants who remain on the hold list to our wait list. As you may know, we received nearly 3200 applications for the 270 seats available in the Fall 2005 incoming class. As I have shared with some of you already, we currently have over 300 people who have accepted our offer of admission, and have communicated to us their intent to enroll.
While we are certainly gratified by the response we have received, it means that we are in the unenviable position of asking a very small group of highly credentialed applicants to continue to wait for a possible opening in the entering first year class. We are unable to predict how many seats in the entering first year class will open up. There might be a very slight possibility of available seats, or we might have no vacancies at all to be filled from the wait list. If at any point it becomes clear that you are no longer interested in remaining on the wait list, please let us know. We appreciate your patience during this process.