|#||Law School||Status||Type||$$$||Sent||Received||Complete||Interview Date||Decision||Updated|
|#1||University of South Carolina||WL, Accepted A||Type: RA||Sent: 01/30/06||Rec: 02/01/06||Comp: 02/10/06||Inter: --||Dec: 08/21/06||Upd: 17 years|
|#2||Charleston School of Law||Accepted W||Type: RA||Sent: 01/30/06||Rec: 02/02/06||Comp: 02/10/06||Inter: --||Dec: 02/28/06||Upd: 17 years|
|#3||Charlotte School of Law||Accepted W||Type: RA||$12,000||Sent: 01/18/06||Rec: 01/18/06||Comp: 02/10/06||Inter: --||Dec: 02/28/06||Upd: 17 years|
Your stats look reallllllly good to me. You a fiiiiine applicant, KatDan. Forget law schools, I'm just waitin' to hear from YOU...
At this point, I have no idea what I'm doing. I'm really waiting on UNC, but they're taking forever. We'll see. Good luck.
Thanks for the congrats... The letter was the same as the regular acceptance letter(according to other users). Big envelope with all the needed forms/info and a letter informing you of being selected from the waitlist. Good luck to you and hope to see you at USC in the fall!
Thanks for the luck, and hopefully you'll get into USC as well. This waiting business is rediculous
Have you called them and let then know that you would still come? It seems that there are still seats, since the registered class is only 215, and they have spots up to 240. Anyway. Best of luck!!!
Not sure if LSAT hurt or not, but I think the competitive nature of the applicant pool may have. I would also say the later-in-the-game application may have hurt you as well. Keep it up though. Are you just graduating? If so, take the year off, reapply early, I mean October, and enjoy some time for your self. Do something that will make you a stronger applicant for next year, and I do not mean working at a law firm. Go and teach English in Honduras, or an Americorps program. Something that makes you stand out. And be proud that you were waitlisted this year, and re-applied to USC, shows you want to go. CSL isn't accredited and waiting a year to go to USC will make such a difference in the long run of your career!!!
I did not say they were denied accreditation, I simply stated that they were NOT accredited. yeah, I am in, but I want what is best for katdan, even though I have no idea who she is. blah, blah, blah, but the truth of the matter is that if you want to work in this State, then go to USC. The attorneys that I deal with on a regular basis all preach it. Go to USC if you can. Not saying they will not hire you if you go to another school, going to USC just opens doors for you in South Carolina. Period. Best of luck to you Katdan. Observer, sign in.....and by the way, what are you providing to katdan by telling her to go to CSOL? Will it provide a better education than USC? Will he life be ruined if she waits a year and gets a little life experience before going to law school? Anyways, I have windows to install, no, not microsoft windows, but real windows....
Is USC your dream school? I hope you get in. They rejected me last year, so it's tough, but there were others with lower scores who got in, so you never know! I'll keep my fingers crossed for you. I'm going to Charlotte Law in the fall. It's shaping up nicely. They're preparing a temporary location for the fall while they build a brand new facility, which is cool. If you change your mind about Charlotte or have any questions, feel free to shoot me an email! Best of luck, Joan