Your Application Has Been Received

My roommates and I are having some fun reading and comparing the stack of clerkship application response letters we collectively receive each day. I’m surprised at the variance of such letters. Some are merely a handwritten postcard “acknowledging receipt of your application”. Others are letters on all different sizes of paper, in all different types of envelopes. Here are some of the better lines:
“The selection committee will be conducting preliminary interviews at Boston Law School on [date].” (Note that while there are several law schools in Boston, none of them are called “Boston Law School”.)
“A complete application includes cover letter, resume, law school transcript , a brief writing sample and a list of 3 references.” (if only the students were afforded such grammar and punctuation liberty)
“I shall study each [application] carefully and invite those candidates that I consider I would like to interview for a personal visit.”