I applied ED at University of Texas and my application was put on hold. I want to send an LOCI mainly bc I feel like I need to make some kind of effort but I really don't have a lot to say. I started a job with Lawyer's Aid but I've only been working there for a couple of weeks, should I wait to send the LOCI until I've had more experience there?
Also, I was in Senate of College Councils during my undergrad at UT, which is a pretty rigorous and highly esteemed student organization (for UT undergrads at least). I was in it for four years but I never held an officer position bc I had to go home often (my mother is dealing with an illness). I don't know if I should include this in my LOCI bc, although I felt that Senate looked good on my resume, I don't know if UT Law was impressed enough to care about this and it might be highlighting a negative that they didn't even notice. Mostly I'm desperate for something to say! Thoughts??
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