Anyone who interviewed with HUD receive offer or rejection yet?
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2LMan... just went through the 1L job process "in this economy" in a top law school. Some people had multiple offers (4-8 offers), some people are splitting, and about half the students in the class have firm jobs. Lots of people didn't even apply to firms, so that's not even representative of the number of people who *could* have gotten firm jobs. I think he's in good shape as a 1L at Michigan.
Not to steal the thread but I have a question.
Is experience required for all ADA positions?
I imagine it depends on the district (NY or Little County, USA).
Is it possible to land an ADA job straight out of LS assuming you've got all the checks in the box (moot court, proper electives,etc,...)?
I thought about that alot. I was in the Navy for those 8 years and I didn't care for the deployments too long. However, I am trying to think of many things.
1) my last year of law school would be brutal income wise. My wife missed alot of work when she was ill and we are STILL trying to catch up.
2) I know that the money isn't all that great for a retirement but I do want to work when I get out. Here is what I am thinking about.. I will be an prior enlisted when I originally go back in, which means that my salary would be more than most officers at the same level. I figure that I could make about 30k a year in retirement when I get out.. I looked it up and as an O1E my salary would be a little over 36k a year for my base pay. That doesn't include BAH or BAS... By the time I would reach 03E it would be about over 60k a year base pay. That would mean by the time I retire my pension would be about 30k a year.. Not too awful bad at 42..
My only problem would be how hard would it be to get a job as a prosecutor..
I dunno though....