Everyone needs to calm down. RELAX PEOPLE.
As alums can tell you, don't read too much into the logistics of their selection process.
There's no specific pattern to how long you'll have to wait for a decision. While some might try to argue the earlier you apply, the sooner you'll find out, even that isn't true all the time.
Whether or not you got a skype interview doesn't affect your chances. Usually, the directors like to have a look at you (or maybe they might want a second one). Regardless, shit load of people got in (including me)--and rejected-- without one, and a shit load of people got in--and rejected--that had one.
Decisions last year happened in huge waves. The big ones started at the end of april and continued until the first few weeks of may. We couldn't perceive any trend on why groups found out first over others. It doesn't have to do when your interview was, it doesn't even have to do who you interviewed with, necessarily.
It's a human process of selection that depends a lot on fit, and what law firms want and need. until then, don't read too much into this process.
if you have questions about the application process, give SEO a call (don't send an email, typos, as you'll come to find out ANNOY THE FUCK out of SEO, and it's better to avoid having things in writing, as you'll find out at your firms). Alums know just as little about you on this process, and probably know less about logistical details than even you know since we're 1+ yrs removed.
I remember being very stressed and worried about it last year, and I get the idea of venting. I just want to tell you guys to calm the fuck down, because you have ZERO control at this point, and your fate is unknown to everyone but the admissions committee.