If you're undecided or if your waiting for other schools, are there any problems with sending deposits to more than one school to hold your seats until you make your final decision.
Quote from: amensupremera on March 19, 2009, 12:48:42 PMIf you're undecided or if your waiting for other schools, are there any problems with sending deposits to more than one school to hold your seats until you make your final decision.Other than cost, not really
There IS a problem with putting down a deposit at more than one school. As of June 2008 LSAC began reporting if an accepted student had put down more than one deposit on a school. Law schools have the right to revoke your acceptance now if you put down more than one deposit.If I were you I'd make up your mind before someone else does it for you. Good luck! I quote from LSAC: Multiple Deposit Notification Each year, law schools that participate in LSAC's commitment overlap reporting service provide LSAC with information about applicants who have been accepted and have paid a deposit or provided a verbal or written agreement to attend their schools. Each spring, participating law schools receive periodic reports detailing the number of their committed applicants who have submitted seat deposits or commitments at other participating schools, as well as the identification of those other schools. Starting on June 15, 2008, those reports will also include the names and LSAC account numbers for all candidates who have deposits/commitments at multiple participating schools.