qwertyTLS wrote:everton125 wrote:I understand the CR re: additional LORs is that they likely won't be helpful. However, I can get a recommendation from a V5 partner and graduate of Harvard Law who I have worked fairly closely with over the past two years. Is that the sort of LOR that might be worth sending? I definitely don't want to bother him if his LOR would be seriously unlikely to help at all. Just looking for some input. Thanks.
Edit: Also, is there any real value in visiting if I have not already? I only live five hours away, so doing so would not be overly burdensome.
from the wl message:The fact that your application was selected for the wait list means that you are clearly a strong applicant to Harvard Law School. If, however, you believe you have any relevant, new information, which is not part of your application to date, which would strengthen your application, you are welcome to send additions to your file. Additional letters of recommendation are rarely useful at this time, however, if you have been enrolled in an academic program, you may wish to provide a final transcript to LSAC.
Yes, I have read the bold portion before. However, there is a difference between "rarely" and "never," even if it is a small one.