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Kurtle95

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  1. I just expected that, given the degree of professionalism associated with the field, law firms would be very diligent in sending out followups. It's disappointing, but I hear you - that's life.
  2. Perhaps sending out the rejection on call day might be perceived as rude by some. However, I think sending out an email shortly after, when the student knows that they've been rejected, would be good gesture. Just to thank the student for their time and for their interest in the firm. Not even acknowledging the students for making it as far as they did in the interview process would definitely leave them with a bad taste for the firm. That's just my two cents.
  3. It's kinda lame that it's not the norm to get back to students. I've always appreciated employers who at least send out an acknowledgement, even for those who didn't make the cut.
  4. I'm 99% sure I didn't get the job I interviewed for (call day was supposed to be last Friday), but I haven't received any email to at least give me closure. Do firms normally reach out when you don't get the job? If so, how long do they normally take?
  5. Damn - I was holding still holding out hope! 😢
  6. Just got a call and was offered a seat, but I declined. U of A is a more financially viable option for me and I don't think there'll be any difference in terms of education. Had I received an offer 5+ months ago, my decision might've been different. Good luck to everyone else! GPA with drops: 84.92% (Assuming I did the calculation correctly) LSAT: 160
  7. So sorry - I only just saw this as I haven't haven't been on the forum for ages. I actually got accepted off of the waitlist on May 27. It was a tough decision, but I ended up declining for U of A.
  8. Waitlisted yesterday. LSAT: 160 GPA with drops: 4.03/4.33
  9. Just got the email saying I was waitlisted. LSAT: 160 GPA: 84.9% with drops
  10. I just finished my degree last fall. My application was completed in mid-December.
  11. Just got my acceptance email this morning. L2: 3.85/4.0 (unconfirmed) LSAT: 160
  12. Same situation here; also getting anxious. Lol. I have similar stats and didn’t get an email. Maybe it’s correlated with the time the applications were submitted?
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