I was wondering something...what if you just waited it out all summer long? I know that most people may not be able to do that, b/c of offers from other schools, but I may be in the position to wait. What are the chances of getting accepted if all summer long I continue to contact and show interest? Can they reject me from the WL?
Staying on longer does
increase your chance, but it hardly gives any guarantees. If you click on the link below, you can see an example of somebody who stayed on the waitlist the entire summer, then got a letter from CU on Aug.19 informing her the class was full.http://lawschoolnumbers.com/display.php?user=COmom
Like I said earlier, Colorado has a really, really, ridiculously small class size (around 168, I believe), so I wouldn't count on many wait-listers getting in. The school will most likely pull applicants that boost its LSAT or GPA yield, so if you have a high LSAT and/or a 4.0ish GPA, I would say your chances are better (but still not worth betting on). They may also pull applicants based on race or geographic location, so being diverse also helps.
Or maybe they just pick applicants that have funny names, who really knows...