Hattori Hanzo wrote:
newyorklaw23 wrote:What should be contained in a LOCI if nothing has changed in your life since applications? I've been at the same full time job and volunteer organization since I graduated 1.5 years ago and this is all indicated on my apps.
Your undying love for the school, why you love them above all and that you will certainly attend if admitted (only if true).
Just to throw out random ideas:
Making the "things that haven't changed" sound like you have been "maintaining this great thing still" may be a good spin. Plus, after discussing some aspect of the program you (presumably) love, and why it fits your interests like an Isotoner glove, you could make an appeal on another level —something about what makes you an individual who is committed to law, or who would be a standout addition to the student body in some way, might help. I dunno. Maybe an appeal to the school's "personality": something 'extralegal.' Diversity, or scholarly and philosophical inquiry, or the social and ethical goals of the school —in short, how it likes to define itself apart from the rest. May sound cheesy, but if said the right way, it could be a way to say you're not just expressing pro forma
desires and wishes and compliments like everybody else...