Anastasia Dee Dualla wrote:BlakcMajikc wrote:unc0mm0n1 wrote:It's crazy I posted something about SEO on my LSN profile and 3 minority students so far asked me what it was. THey all had t14 acceptances but none of them even knew about SEO. I'm surprised at how few people know about this. My interviewer said they had upwards off 70 spots. If only about 300 people interview, and you take out the people who interview poorly, don't get into a T14 or decide to go to a non T14, Or those who get other jobs or decide they don't want to do it. I think we have a great chance of getting this esp if you are certain URM's.
Just out of curiosity, why do you think its about 300 people who interview? Or was that a hypothetical?
As the class sizes increase, so do the interview spots available. Therefore, you should extrapolate from the SEO article that there should be more interviews this year in addition to the new spots.
Maybe I'm missing something or you were referring to a different article... This isn't reflective of my LSAT score , but definitely not seeing how we can figure out the # of interview spots from this:
How Competitive is the SEO program?
The program is quite selective; by utilizing LSAC's CRS (Candidate Referral Service) and yearly college visits, the SEO recruits more than 3,000 applicants for the Corporate Law program each year. In previous years, the acceptance rate has hovered around 10% according to SEO officials; however, the current economic climate is likely to alter the number of spots available within the program.