Do you think it is better to leave the writing sample in courier new or to change it to times new roman for ease of reading?
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The vast majority of the rejection letters I have received so far have gone to the tune of "although your resume is impressive, we are not hiring 1Ls," or "although your credentials are impressive, we regretfully do not have a summer internship program."
Today, however, I received the most FOUL letter I've ever read. The person who wrote it is probably a jerk.
"Dear Ms. Anxiety (my last name was SPELLED INCORRECTLY in the letter),
Thank you for your letter, with resume, expressing an interest in a position as a summer associate in our firm. Your resume was carefully reviewed. I regret to inform you that we have decided not to consider your candidacy further.
Eww. How about you guys? Get any crappy rejection letters lately?
« on: April 30, 2007, 07:29:40 PM »
Post here if so.
I am... NOT. Got accepted off a waitlist for a school I liked better.
« on: March 29, 2007, 04:44:53 PM »
Accepted at Touro: I've heard some good things about this school, mostly positive due to their recent move to a new campus with nicer facilities.
Accepted at Widener: I attended the TAP Program last year at Widener and was accepted. I did not go because I was having major medical hardships and reapplied this year and was accepted regularly. I know the ins and outs of the Harrisburg campus, which is where I was accepted this time around -- what can people tell me about the school's reputation, etc.?
Waiting on Albany: I don't really know too much about this school other than if I want a job in the Albany area, it will be easy to find one. I hear it is a decent school.
Waiting on Roger Williams: I have heard nothing but terrible things about RWLaw. I applied because I think it's in a beautiful area and my cousin went to RW for undergrad. Is it really as horrible as people make it out to be?
Waiting on WNEC: I know next to nothing about this school. Help me out!