Timeframe for HLS acceptance notices?


Hi everyone,

I'm an Australian applicant for admission to HLS LLM program, and am wondering if anyone knows when acceptance notices are likely to be mailed to candidates?

Also, do they sent notification via post or email (or both)?

Cheers!

Hi everyone,

I'm an Australian applicant for admission to HLS LLM program, and am wondering if anyone knows when acceptance notices are likely to be mailed to candidates?

Also, do they sent notification via post or email (or both)?

Cheers!
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Probably mid-March will be when the notices are sent.

If accepted, notification will come via email followed by FedEx. If rejected, the rejection notice will arrive by post.

Good luck!

Probably mid-March will be when the notices are sent.

If accepted, notification will come via email followed by FedEx. If rejected, the rejection notice will arrive by post.

Good luck!
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darkflag

So no email if rej? That's not nice.

So no email if rej? That's not nice.
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Many thanks for your help!


Many thanks for your help!
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Jenny1980

Probably mid-March will be when the notices are sent.

If accepted, notification will come via email followed by FedEx. If rejected, the rejection notice will arrive by post.

Good luck!


I do not understant that policy (no rejection email). That only add sufferment and anxiety to all applicants, specially if we have not heard about them by mid March...

I can't understand the purpose of that. But well, Harvard is not characterized as a "personalized" law school. In fact, sometimes it seems that they do not care too much about their applicants, but well, it's Harvard and they have thousand of applications (and annoying applicants) to review. I prefear not to annoying calling or email them at this point. Lets wait and see

Good luck to all of us!

<blockquote>Probably mid-March will be when the notices are sent.

If accepted, notification will come via email followed by FedEx. If rejected, the rejection notice will arrive by post.

Good luck!</blockquote>

I do not understant that policy (no rejection email). That only add sufferment and anxiety to all applicants, specially if we have not heard about them by mid March...

I can't understand the purpose of that. But well, Harvard is not characterized as a "personalized" law school. In fact, sometimes it seems that they do not care too much about their applicants, but well, it's Harvard and they have thousand of applications (and annoying applicants) to review. I prefear not to annoying calling or email them at this point. Let’s wait and see

Good luck to all of us!
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