Submitting application before LORs/LawSchoolCert are in?

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Submitting application before LORs/LawSchoolCert are in?

Post by Anonymous User » Wed May 06, 2020 11:09 am

So do people just submit their application and then supplement it with their LORs (if they are still forthcoming), second semester grades, law school certification etc. as those documents start filtering in?

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Re: Submitting application before LORs/LawSchoolCert are in?

Post by moor0190 » Wed May 06, 2020 12:04 pm

Anonymous User wrote:So do people just submit their application and then supplement it with their LORs (if they are still forthcoming), second semester grades, law school certification etc. as those documents start filtering in?
Yes, that is what I did. Plus, it sometimes takes forever for schools to process your application so it's a good idea to have at least part of your application processed by the school. And you will also be able to see if there were any problems with sending your application.

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Re: Submitting application before LORs/LawSchoolCert are in?

Post by KPUSN07 » Wed May 06, 2020 5:12 pm

Anonymous User wrote:So do people just submit their application and then supplement it with their LORs (if they are still forthcoming), second semester grades, law school certification etc. as those documents start filtering in?
I'm doing that now

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