So... who's sleeping well at the moment?!
TimeWillTell, on Thursday 8th you posted
I don't know how the email rejections work, but I've asked for an email when the decision is made, but have yet to hear anything.
I'm assuming you haven't had a response?
It seems a few people have called/emailed, but it's been over a week since we've heard of someone getting rejected (or admitted for that matter). It feels like the 'Powers that Be' have gone to ground and aren't in the emailing mood anymore. If 15 April is D-Day, I'm OK with that but I have a sneaking suspicion it may be up to a week after that until we hear.
The website says: "The Law Faculty will finalise all LL.M. application decisions by 15 April 2010 for the 2010-11 LL.M. course." Now forgive me if I sound like a first year law student in a statutory interpretation class, but that sentence certainly doesn't say we'll actually hear anything on the 15th, only that the decision will be made by then. This is supported by the last sentence on that page: "If you have not found out by April 15th whether your application has been successful, please check this website again for any revisions to the timetable." It certainly doesn't say "If you haven't heard by 15 April, something has really gone astray and you have our express permission to meltdown our phone lines and email inboxes."
We also know: "Since the Law Faculty e-mails successful applicants directly ["...The Law Faculty does not e-mail unsuccessful applicants."], in practice you will likely find out in the first instance about your offer by e-mail. This will be followed up by a formal offer letter from the Board of Graduate Studies. This can take several weeks, so applicants who have received e-mail notification of their offer should not be concerned about a delay." That said, my heart goes out to those who have already received a conditional offer my email but are still camped out by their letterbox.
It's such a shame there's no World Cup or Olympics on right now to distract us a bit, eh?