Notre Dame Law School is facing criticism from would-be law students and admissions experts after it waitlisted people who were previously offered admission when they didn’t pay deposits quickly enough this week.

Admissions experts say that shutting out admitted students ahead of the school’s April 15 deposit deadline because more people than expected were accepting those offers is unprecedented, and that the high-pressure, time-compressed tactics the school used were outside the norm.

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