(Applications Advice, Letters of Recommendation . . . )
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I have 3 letters of recommendation. 2 are from professors. 1 is from a former boss, an attorney as I was his paralegal for several years. I did waive my right to review the letters, but he still "cc: [my name]" on the letter and mailed me a copy. AND in the subject line he listed nearly the same subject line as the LSAC recommender letter he received.. and he (or I should say his secretary in transcribing the letter) typed my birthday incorrectly, listing "23" when it is "24." I appreciate the content of the letter itself, but I don't know how it will be considered by admissions committees when they clearly see that I was copied on the letter and 1) have seen it and still submitted it to them knowing it's obvious I was copied on it; and 2) furthermore I still submitted after viewing it and seeing that it has an incorrect birthday listed. Will this come off as sloppy on my end? I did address it with him, and he found it to be no big deal, and I obviously can't press the matter with him, so I am now wondering... should I not submit this letter? I've seen it, there's a slight typographical error in it.. and anyone reading it will know I have seen it with the error and still submitted it. I'm in between a brick and hard wall here!!! help. what would you do??
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