This is exactly what my e-mail says (excluding the unnecessary parts):
"Thank you for your application to Rutgers Law School at Camden, New Jersey. The Admissions Committee of faculty and deans have been working very hard to welcome a Fall of 2010 class that will be rich in ethnic, age, geographic, academic experience and professional backgrounds. This year, our law school has also had a large volume of equally qualified, superior candidates. In reviewing these exceptional applications, the Committee was particularly impressed by your personal statement and achievements, and we believe that your outstanding background would make you an integral part of our Rutgers Law community. However, because of upcoming deadlines for deposits at other law schools, in order to expedite admission and scholarship processing for the limited number of seats still open, the Committee has decided to do a priority admission day for all scholarship-candidate students, like yourself, who are able to attend the Dean's Law Day for Admitted Students on March 27, 2010 at our campus. Admission and Scholarship packages will be available for pick-up at that event....
To register for the Dean’s Law Day for Admitted Students Event, please email Joanna McSweeney at firstname.lastname@example.org
. Please note, you do not need to attend the Dean’s Law Day to gain admission. If you have a high interest in attending our law school in the Fall but cannot make the Dean’s Law Day event, to help us prioritize admission decisions for the limited number of remaining seats, it would be very helpful if you could please email the Committee a supplemental statement at email@example.com
. Final decisions on all admission applications who cannot attend Dean’s Law Day are anticipated to be mailed by April 15, 2010."
Although it says "you do not need to attend the Dean’s Law Day to gain admission," well it pretty much seems like if you go, you're in, and if not, then you might