Doorkeeper wrote:Elendil wrote:Doorkeeper wrote:See: http://blogs.law.stanford.edu/admission ... ello-2011/
Thanks for this. Also another gem on LOCIs:
Faye Deal says:
January 20, 2011 at 12:48 pm
First, let me apologize for the lengthy delay in getting back to you. We now have a very good process in place for reviewing these kinds of comments and I should be more timely in responding as a result.
Offers did not go out over the winter break, but rest assured that we picked up right where we left off and decisions have been going on in a consistent fashion since January 3.
If you’ve not heard from us, it is indeed appropriate to send in a letter of continued interest. While the primary reason of this letter is to show us that you remain interested in SLS, it also shows me that you are an active and engaged participant in this process. Many applicants take the approach of “I’ve done my part and now I just need to wait it out” or “I’ve met all the application requirements and I’ll just sit back and wait for SLS to do their part.” Fair enough. This approach works. However, is it a bad thing to stay a bit more engaged? You just need to exercise some good judgment, though, and decide how much is enough versus becoming a pain.
This has come up before in discussion. She's also been interviewed before saying that unless you have a special circumstance or something really different has happened in the past few months, then sending a LOCI won't do much. So who knows what her actual viewpoint is on LOCIs.
Ah well, and there I was thinking I answered a timeless question. Guess I should spend MORE time in this thread...