LoR question

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LoR question

Postby japegr2 » Sun Mar 14, 2010 2:35 pm


I'm a graduating undergraduate senior this semester who has decided to take a gap year, then apply to law schools for Fall 2011.
I've been coordinating LoR while I'm still on campus.

Is it okay to have my professors mail these letters to LSDAS now? Will they still register on the website despite the admissions process being pretty much over for the current year? Is it kosher for these letters to basically sit at the LSAC office for a year?

(btw, I'm still a bit of law school admissions newb, so if any of this doesn't make sense, let me know and I'll try to clarify for you)

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Re: LoR question

Postby mhernton » Sun Mar 14, 2010 2:50 pm

Your fine, and its a really smart thing to do, btw. You should also look to take the LSAT this June, and get your applications in as soon as possible after the cycle starts for each school. Good Luck

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Re: LoR question

Postby twopoodles » Sun Mar 14, 2010 4:34 pm

You have to register for LSAC in order to get the cover letters to go with the forms, I assume you know this, but just in case. After you have an account, you can send them any time.

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