So I graduated undergrad in Dec. 2016 and decided to take a gap year before entering law school in the Fall 2018. Initially before graduating I was planning on entering law school in the Fall of 2017, but I decided against that because I wanted to take a year off and work/study for the LSAT some more.
I got all of my letters of recommendation before graduating in December 2016, so my question is, are those letters fine for applying for the Fall 2018 cycle, or should I get new letters? I think I am fine with the letters I have since not a lot of time has passed from then to when my applications will be in, but I wanted to hear other thoughts/experiences pertaining to this issue.
Thanks in advance for the commentary!
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