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📌 New Lessons: What are seat deposits? Are they binding?

studentservicestudentservice Alum Member Administrator Moderator Student Services

We just posted new lessons in our Admissions Course:

What are seat deposits? Are they binding?
https://7sage.com/admissions/lesson/what-are-seat-deposits-are-they-binding/

Can I deposit at more than one law school? Will law schools know?
https://7sage.com/admissions/lesson/can-i-deposit-at-more-than-one-law-school-will-law-schools-know/

Comments

  • David.BusisDavid.Busis Member Moderator Admissions Consultant
    edited April 2019 6837 karma

    We just improved this lesson. PSA:

    According to LSAC, member law schools (and that’s all of them) must “allow applicants to freely accept a new offer from a law school even though a scholarship has been accepted, a deposit has been paid, or a commitment has been made to another school.” Thus, even if you have paid a deposit and signed something about your intent to apply, you can call a school, ask for some flexibility, and cite the LSAC guidelines if necessary.

    If you feel like you cannot pick a school by the deposit deadline, you can reach out with a phone call to the admissions office and ask for an extension.

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