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I went over mine and saw a missed "s" as well towards the end of my resume... kills me! Still, it was deep into the resume, sort of on a minor subpoint that I imagine they would be glancing over anyway. I'm not sure how anal these people are, but I honestly wouldn't worry about it. There are "Top Law School Essays" compilations that are published and they will purposely NOT edit out the mistakes to show that even a grammatical error or two will not automatically destroy the merit of one's work. Don't worry about it.
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Misspelled "case" as "cause" in a series of bullets that had "case"... also put a comma instead of a semicolon after it. Got into H. Don't worry. It's not a big deal.
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I meant to click "dont do anything" but accidentally chose the first option.
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