I <3 AH.
honorary fellow LSD rodent.
I must give credit to DeLoggio. That's an awesome chart.This makes sense in theory. If individuals are filling out more applications, and getting more acceptances, then more spots should open up as they choose schools to attend.The one problem I'm having is that I feel law schools realize this trend, and are doing their best to compensate for it even at this (relatively) early stage in the process.
I agree that schools must be anticipating this. However, as far as I can tell, waitlisting is the primary way that schools compensate for increased numbers of applicants using said school as a safety. If a school just extended more offers of admission, they would run the risk of over enrolling…
lol, is this a wink, wink, nudge, nudge kinda deal?