on Oregon! Are you definately going with Oregon over Seattle? I would think that an Oregon JD would also have great prospects in the Seattle area. Good luck with your decision.
I agree with RCL. It's pretty crazy that nobody on here has heard back from Oregon, but we're a pretty small sample size. It's possible that they've started accepting people but none of us have heard back yet. Last year, Oregon was slow to notify people too. If you haven't heard back from them you should take put your status back to "pending." Although, I'm sure they will let you in, unless your LSAT is really low. Good luck with your apps.
what is your lsat? thats the whole point of this site.
Damn. I practially jumped out of my seat when I saw that Oregon had accepted someone. Thanks a lot. :)
we need a little fun
Salem is indeed dull. I'm from Beaverton, OR, and my fiancee's family lives in Salem. They moved there when she was in high school from the Bay Area, and she really hated Salem. It's suburban sprawl and small mindedness. Willamette is a decent Liberal Arts school (in fact my fiancee's brother is going there now for his undergrad), but their law school isn't that great. Personally, I would much rather be in Portland or Eugene. I applied late to Seattle U, but I must say I was really impressed with their mission statement and their website, and I'm a big fan of Seattle. It's kind of a dark horse for me. You're at Seattle U? Can you give me any insight into what the school is like? What the student body is like? How supportive the atmosphere is? Thanks and best of luck to you.
Man, those NW schools sure like to keep you in suspense. Best of luck on your last three schools.
Gonzaga would be my first choice as of right now.
Why did you choose to apply to American?
...good question. I am not a traditional Law School student in that I graduated from UC Berkeley about 10 years ago. I had a very strong personal statement and outstanding letters of recommendation. In everything that I have read, if you have been out of school for 10+ years, many schools will look less at your undergraduate grades and more at your performance in the real world. An upward trend in grades my last year and a half probably had something to do with it as well.
Good luck with your apps...