« on: October 10, 2004, 12:00:43 PM »
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« on: October 09, 2004, 07:42:42 PM »
and working in a small firm means you do smaller things, talk to clients, sign papers, etc. right? while BigLaw is more towards Court and working for a large corporation and putting in many hours of work? how much money can i expect on making in each at the start? after 10 years?
« on: October 09, 2004, 04:48:29 PM »
"By the way, anyone who grew up in a smaller town will also probably agree: BigLaw is not where the money is at. It's in small private practice:"
what do you mean by small private practice? to get into some law firm or start your own law firm?
I believe you were trying to say
If you can't spell college you probabaly won't get into law school.
if you cant spell college you probabaly wont get into law school[
If you take so much pride in your spelling, much as well work on the grammar too.
thought so, the hs gpa is just to get you into a decent college right. Also, does it matter that much on which undergrad college to go to? i hear it's best to just go with the your favorite major and do the best possible, then look for the highest level law school you can get into?
when applying to law school, how much does your high school gpa count? your college gpa? My current high school gpa is a sorta low, gonna have aprox 3.5gpa but this is because i have all ap/top level "1" classes and i'm also in a very competitive and funded school, do they consider that too with my gpa?
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