GWdawg wrote:You guys crack me up, especially the ones who get all upset because the admissions office isn't getting to YOUR application when YOU want them to. Yes they take a long time, but that is because they have like 4000 applications and MAYBE 4 people to read them. And by read them, I mean actually read them. Every bit of it. They're trying, and they'll get to you eventually. Remember the dynamic here: you are asking them for something, not the other way around. They do not owe you anything, so lose the sense of entitlement, be patient, and get over yourself. If you are really that great a candidate, you should't be so insecure about getting in.
You sound like you have an entitlement issues yourself btw.
Look, I hope UNC admissions takes their time with applications. We don't know what issues have occurred behind the scenes to have caused them giving out most of their decisions right before and during April. but...
Before you go into the whole "the ones who get all upset because the admissions office isn't getting to YOUR application when YOU want them to." bit, realize that UNC is not the only law school. There is a status quo on how long it takes to even holistically review apps. UNC has taken way longer than their peer institutions (even institutions way above them.) I'm not even talking about those who have yet to receive a decision. UNC waited until the last week of March to decided on many TLS'ers from what I have read. From my anecdotal experience, UNC was way harder to approach compared to peer institutions up until acceptance. While one should not let the admissions department decide where they go to law school, UNC's has been noticeably worse then every other school's that I have encountered. I actually hope there was a reason for this behavior other than "they have like 4000 applications and MAYBE 4 people to read them"