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With May on the horizon, many law school admissions officers continue to be in a holding pattern. As we discussed last week, most schools’ deposit deadlines have passed. While this […]

Despite change in the physical world all around them—Rising temperatures! Blooming flowers! Exploding pollen counts!—the period between April 15 and May 1 is a bit of a quiet time for […]

After taking a brief moment to look at the heavens, ponder the cosmic ballet that was the Great American Eclipse, and consider their place in the grander symphony of the […]

Welcome to another installment of 7Sage’s weekly advice column, “Dear AO,” a “Dear Abby”-style column where you can ask any question to former law school admissions officers. Each week, we’ll […]

Not every law school is created equal—and we’re not talking about just the rankings. In fact, the rankings do a notably poor job of indicating whether or not a law […]

With the calendars turning to April, law school admissions officers are in their final sprint of hosting admitted students and reviewing files (STILL!) before deposit deadlines hit. With these deposit […]

With Easter/Passover upon us, law school admissions officers find themselves facing an additional hurdle in their day-to-day operations—their local schools’ spring break. When law school applicants hear this, their first […]

“Late March” doesn’t exist for college admissions officers at any level—law, graduate, or undergrad. They’ve surely heard myths and legends of this time period. Perhaps a passing reference—a text message […]