Waitlist purgatory. The place no law school applicant wants to end up. What should you do now? Some say you need to continually update the school with your recent developments, more letters of recommendation and maybe even take the LSAT again, but some schools tell you not to send anything unless there’s been a significant change in your application. We’ll explore where you should go from here and what you can do to help get you off the waitlist and onto the accepted list.
- Richard Geiger, Associate Dean, Cornell Law School
- William J. Hoye, Associate Dean, Admissions and Student Affairs, Duke University School of Law
- Ann Levine, Founder of Law School Expert.com and author
- Graham Richmond, Co-Founder and CEO of Clear Admit