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Socratic Method / Re: Eugene Volokh and The Volokh Conspiracy
« on: March 11, 2006, 08:29:36 AM »
What's his ethnic background? Russian?

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Transferring / Re: Transferring from T4 to another T4, T3, or T2
« on: March 11, 2006, 08:23:34 AM »
Of course not, ornela .. in fact, I'd say the top 33% thing is an anomaly for T4s ..

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Transferring / Re: trasferring from a T4 to a T1?
« on: March 11, 2006, 08:21:49 AM »
well, not only, I think it's kinda both .. if you rank in the middle they'll probably want you to have LSAT/GPA within their 25/75 gap

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As in the past, some graduates may have to accept positions in areas outside of their field of interest or for which they feel overqualified. Some recent law school graduates who have been unable to find permanent positions are turning to the growing number of temporary staffing firms that place attorneys in short-term jobs until they are able to secure full-time positions. This service allows companies to hire lawyers on an "as-needed" basis and permits beginning lawyers to develop practical skills while looking for permanent positions.


Great career prospectives!

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City U of New York / Re: How's CUNY, anyway?
« on: March 11, 2006, 08:03:50 AM »
CUNY is very diverse, in terms of both its students and faculty. The faculty mirrors students' diversity of ethnicity and experience. There may be semesters when only one of your professors is a white male, for example, with three out of five being lesbian. Students describe their professors as brilliant, committed, and on the cutting edge of liberal law. On top of that, students, professors, and administrators get to know each other on a first-name basis and have real, one-on-one interaction.

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