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General Board / Becoming an Assistant/Deputy District Attorney
« on: January 18, 2006, 10:03:48 AM »
Anyone else thinking of trying to do this? 

It seems like most jurisdictions won't hire you until you've passed the bar.  How hard is it to get hired at that point?  I'd be worried about not lining up a job post-graduation and then getting dinged at the DA. 

General Board / Asking prof to be a reference
« on: January 12, 2006, 01:43:03 AM »
I'm trying to decide if I should ask this one prof to be a reference for me.  I got an A in the class and it was the only class I really made substantive/semi-interesting comments in.  However, the professor is the type who never remembers anyone's name, and I never went to see him in office hours.  Should I ask him or one of the profs who knows me better but I didn't do as well in their class?

All these books are in almost perfect/new condition - most of them you couldn't tell from a brand new book.  Details listed below.

I am willing to swap for supplements - Gilbert's, Emmanuel, or E&E's - in CivPro, Property, and Con Law.  Otherwise, will sell for price listed and provided you are in the US I will ship to you for free! (For lowest rate of shipping). 

PM me if you are interested!

Understanding Criminal Law, Joshua Dressler.
Condition:  Highlighting on a few pages (less than 10)
Price:  New, $33, will sell for $18

Criminal Law E&E
Condition:  Absolutely NEW, no writing, highlighting, or dog earing
Price:  New, $37.95, will sell for $25

Gilbert's outline
Condition: Writing on a couple of the blank "Notes" pages in back, slight crease on front cover, a few pages dog eared.  Otherwise no highlighting/writing.
Price:  New, $27.95, will sell for $15

Torts E&E
Condition:  Absolutely NEW and pristine
Price:  New, $37.95, will sell for $25

Gilbert's outline
Condition:  NEW
Price:  New, $26.95, will sell for $17

Understanding Contracts (Lexis book), Ferriel & Navin
Condition:  NEW
Price: New, $33, will sell for $20

Contracts E&E
Condition:  NEW
Price:  New, $37.95, will sell for $25

General Board / 1L Resume question
« on: August 27, 2005, 10:55:22 AM »
This may be premature but I am working on my resume now before things get too crazy...

I am a 1L and graduated from college 5 years ago.  The summer after my freshman year, I had an internship in my state attorney general's office.  In subsequent summers however, I had service jobs.  Also since I worked for 5 years I do have a lot to put on my resume other than college summer employment. 

I am wondering if I should include this atty general internship or not.  I am just worried it will look funny that I did something law-related once and then never again until 8 years later. (also I have nothing to put on the resume for those other summers in college).  On the other hand, it is a good experience to show.

Any advice?

Where should I go next fall? / 1L will take your questions about UCLA
« on: January 21, 2006, 02:15:28 PM »
Procrastinating.  Shoot, if you have any questions. 

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