r6_philly wrote:misterbingley wrote:I don't know. I feel like LSAC procedures are "supreme" over scholarship "contracts." Essentially, that you can't tacitly agree to sign over your rights because the LSAC provisions protects them even from yourself.
I don't know if LSAC has any binding power over the member schools. It wouldn't be called a "statement of good practice". Also members schools can choose to practice "bad practice" or "not-so-good practice", and I am not sure what power LSAC has over schools' actual practices anyway.
http://www.law.umich.edu/connection/a2z ... aspx?ID=44
Read second paragraph, LSAC does not enforce that statement. It's voluntary compliance.
Oh. When you're right, you're right. I guess it's only useful as a negotiating tool to try to extend deadlines then.