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A lot of people bust their ass. In fact, some people even more qualified than you probably did not get the positions. Some luck is involved in everything.
quite a big difference in size.
T14 with full scholarship or bust.
Great time of year. I would go in late May though. Temperatures will be a little warmer. Both cities, especially London, can even be chilly during the peak of summer. As said above, i would split the time up more evenly. Two days in London will not be enough. Five days in each city would be a good amount of time.
I hope this is for a costume.
Not as many as you think. It is really tough for law school graduates right now because 1) there are few entry level attorney jobs and 2)they are overqualified to get a paralegal or other legal related job. Most employers won't touch a JD with a 10 foot pole because they are afraid of the person jumping ship if a better job comes along (which i don't think employers quite understand is going to be rare today). A legal education is still good if you can go to a top 3...
Some of the top schools in the nation are also guilty of being diploma mills. Harvard, Columbia, and GWU are among the worst offenders. Pumping out 500+ attorneys each year.
Yup. Even t14 does not guarantee anything. I know plenty of people who did well at t14 schools and are still struggling to find employment. Also, even if you finish in the top 5 % at a regional school expect to make 50k or less if you are even lucky enough to be employed at all (about a 50/50 chance of employment). In summation, don't go to law school. I don't see legal employment being much better in a few years. You are probably better off trying paralegal work. He'll,...
Absolutely not. The interviewer will notice and immediately rip your resume in half.
Season 2 is not that bad.
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