How to Handle a Law School Rejection Letter

"NO ONE WANTS TO FEEL unwanted. It is hard to put time and effort into a law school application and keep your hopes up for months, only to receive a rejection.

Nevertheless, every applicant who applies to a range of schools is likely to receive at least one rejection. Here is some advice for dealing with a disappointing decision:

  • Read the decision carefully.
  • Don’t take it personally.
  • Don’t jump to conclusions about other pending decisions.
  • Consider reapplying." …

https://www.usnews.com/education/blogs/law-admissions-lowdown/articles/how-to-handle-a-law-school-rejection-letter

Although the author of the referenced article has impressive credentials, this article offers almost no helpful information for law school applicants. If a law school applicant needs to be told to “read the [admission’s] decision carefully”, then it might be wise to consider another career.