babasil1 wrote:2012Lsatscore wrote:babasil1 wrote:Hey everyone,
I recently got accepted to the WCL on early decision with an inent to receive a scholarship. The scholarship awards will be announced in March, however. If I do not get one, I will probably spend 2013 honing my LSAT and aiming for a better university. My question: Am I legally allowed to refuse attending WCL in Fall of 2013 despite the early decision option? And if yes, will that somehow negatively reflect on my future applications? All help is appreciated!
The Dean Merit schollies are already out. Are there more?
Was the ED binding? Read the wording in the ED agreement. It's in there.
It is binding, but it doesn't say anything about not attending law school period.
BINDING? Come on, you want to be a lawyer but you can't figure this out? There is nothing binding about any of these promises to attend. Sheesh. It's like you go onto a used car lot, and the salesperson shakes your hand and says, "so you promise to buy the car" and you nod your head. It's a worthless promise. These admissions promises are like that. They are nonsense. Don't pay any attention to them.