revolution724 wrote:No, get their calculations done a few weeks earlier and realize that they didn't want to come sometime before 10 minutes after the last minute.
^^ This. I definitely recognize that MrOrange and thesealocust have raised valid points. However, I don't think law schools' response in this climate should be to bend over to every legal employer out there. At some point schools need to start taking the longer view of things. Fish & Richardson and Irell haven't paid a price for rescinding offers to graduates (in Fish's case, this happened AFTER students had registered for bar exams). The more schools keep bending over, the more leeway it gives legal employers to keep making offers that aren't worth a damn or recruiting SAs without informing them of the the firms intention of no-offering a significant portion of their class.