Can I send a letter of continuing interest (LOCI) before I hear from a law school?
🔥 In brief: Even if you haven't heard from a school, you can send a LOCI by February 15.
✏️ More: Admissions offices are traveling for much of the fall and reading application files as fast as they can through February, so no news is not necessarily bad news. Although many admissions offices sort files as they come in and prioritize those with strong numbers, all applications are also date stamped, so you should expect to wait longer if you apply later.
We recommend that you wait at least eight weeks before you get in touch with a school, so if you applied in January, you shouldn't send a LOCI in February.
📌 Further reading: ⭐️What to Do After You Get Waitlisted


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