« on: October 15, 2012, 01:52:58 PM »
He really finds benefit in attending the "classroom-style" classes, but they are scheduled for specific times in the evening so sometimes it takes a bit of juggling for him.
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Two great law schools and two licensing jurisdictions don't seem concerned. Most employers will never even realize what the discharge means.Exactly what I thought. If two top schools are willing letting it go why would you worry about your future employer? If no one can tell you what the problem was back then it means it's not that important. I'm sure it won't affect your future job.
I would suggest trying to get a letter from a current or former employer or professor and if all else fails, maybe your sister has a colleague or another attorney friend who knows you well that you could use.This is almost what I wanted to tell you myself A recommendation from your sister seems to easy, maybe try and get someone else to write it, it would be best.