(Applications Advice, Letters of Recommendation . . . )
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You should just have them send a letter or email. I don't see how it could possibly hurt. Actually, a pretty well known alumni sent an email on my behalf to the admissions office of one of the schools at which i was waitlisted. I have not yet been admitted (fingers crossed) and I don't think I will ever have any clue as to whether or not it helped me in any way whatsoever.
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Friend of my parent's knows a guy on an adcomm at the law school he graduated from. He offered to make a call, and I got in being 5 points below the school's LSAT 25th. Not the same situation as your's obviously, but alum's can be helpful, especially if they know the right people.