Law School Admissions Deans Discuss What To Do after Being Admitted and Handling Waitlists

It’s April, which means two things for students participating in the law school application cycle — paying seat deposits at the law school you intend to enroll in and writing letters of continued interest to move off the waitlist.  Listen to these two episodes from the Navigating the Law School Admissions podcast to hear from two law school admissions deans, Miriam Ingber (Yale Law School) and Kristi Jobson (Harvard Law School), discuss what to do after being admitted to a law school and how to handle waitlists.

Episode: How to be an Admit:
Episode: The Waiting Game:

By Victoria Wilson
Victoria Wilson Director of Career Education Strategy/Pre-Law Advisor