Law School Acceptances -- Choosing Where to Attend
In deciding where to attend law schools, you should consider the factors outlined in deciding where to apply. Many law schools hold special visitation days or weekends where admitted applicants have the opportunity to visit classes and meet current students and faculty. If at all possible, you should visit a law school you are seriously considering attending, whether on the special visitation day or weekend or otherwise. Law schools will also often give you a list of current students who attended UNC as undergraduates; usually calling these students can be quite helpful.
If you decide you are interested in deferring admission to law school, contact the law school as soon as possible to see if this option is available. Some law schools are more willing to defer admission than others.