For those of you who are on hold, I may have a suggestion as to why you have not gotten an answer yet. First, the fact is yes, many people on TLS withdrew their acceptances which should have opened spots for some of you; but if we calculate the ones that posted on this forum, they are not that many --as far as the total number of people that withdrew, I don't know. But ultimately, that's relative to the total number of acceptances they sent out, and its safe to say that they anticipated withdrawals. Secondly, UM LAW made a huge mistake last year when they over-extended their offers of admission, and to their surprise --probably because of the economy and the school's sudden jump in the rankings-- many students actually accepted their offer. They had to send out emails last year asking students to defer for one year with promise of scholarship money. If many of these students actually deferred, that means less money and less spots to offer this year. Thirdly, this year again they jumped another 11 points in the rankings, whether they anticipated it or not, they will be very careful in not over-extending admission offers like last year. Also, the rankings for the school is getting better, but one thing they need to improve on is the percentage of students they offer admission to (now 52%). If they can lower that by even 5 points, that could translate into higher ranking numbers for the school next year and they know this. One last thing, never underestimate the influence rankings play on students --and if that is the case, many students, like last year, will actually say yes to UM law. In conclusion, I would bet that not many spots are left but if you do have good numbers, visiting the school and sending additional targeted recommendation letters may help. Nevertheless, its safe to say that UM law probably have their entering class of 2013.