mjitbswyd wrote:the completion email comes:
As of today, your application to Harvard Law School is complete. This means that we have received and assembled all required materials and submitted your application for review. Applications are reviewed roughly in order of their completion dates and many applications become complete on approximately the same date.
The time it takes to review an application and notify a candidate of the Committee's decision varies from case to case. It normally takes about two months from the date of submission to the committee for a decision to be made and notification sent. During that period, your application is under consideration in the Committee. We will notify you promptly once a decision is made. Those decision notifications will be made via email.
You may check the status of your Harvard Law School application online. This feature will allow you to monitor the status of your file at your convenience. Although we cannot respond to status inquiries by telephone or e-mail, this is one way for you to remain informed about the progress of your application. To check your application status online, please visit http://www.law.harvard.edu/prospective/ ... check.html. We will not normally provide admission decisions by telephone. We ask that you do not call or email our office for your decision.
We will not release any information on an application to anyone other than the applicant. Address changes must be made in writing and sent via postal mail. We do not accept email attachments or faxed documents. These practices help to protect confidentiality and privacy. If you wish to add material to your application, please do so via postal mail and make sure your name and LSAC account number are on the documents.
Thank you for applying to Harvard Law School.
Harvard Law School
J.D. Admissions Office
1563 Massachusetts Ave.
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