That's definitely the way to choose a law school.
-I'm not choosing a law school based on the answers in these threads. As I said before you posted, I'm simply wanting a heads up on what generally to expect and not be surprised at in terms of treatment during the admissions process by actual people working in the admissions department.
chimp wrote:kwais wrote:I'm telling you, I had to reset my password twice, so I was like, screw you Mich, I can do better elsewhere. Kudos OP for bringing up this little discussed issue.
This is a pretty pathetic attempt at a flame.
-I actually differ and found it pretty funny, ha.
Question: So UChicago is actually decent when it comes to their admissions personnel? I ask because I HATE when schools (esp. UG schools) sign the end of their e-mails with "Office of Admissions" and can't even give a name of the person who was writing the e-mail to you. I e-mailed UChicago Law a question (unrelated to admissions) and found that they did this to me, i.e. "Sincerely, UChicago Law Admissions". I e-mailed the same question to UMichigan Law and their response e-mail was signed with the actual name of the admissions officer writing the e-mail. Isn't this odd, given that they're a public institution with a large bureaucracy and could care less about a future applicant writing in, i.e. "simply just a number among the masses"? Correct me and elaborate if I'm wrong.