« on: April 04, 2007, 05:23:52 PM »
What's your current interest rate? You could always do a no-doc/no-income-verification loan (if it's financially worth it.)
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Yeah it's true, I'm not a big fan of them.
Just thought you should know
I agree with everyone else...you don't seem to even want the position, save for the resume bullet. Now if you think you will benefit yourself by using the position as a learning experience or will be applying to some clerkship/academic position in the future, then go for it.
Remember, there might be others on the Journal that aren't as set jobwise and others who would actually WANT the position.
Agreed. It is awful, and a terrible waste of a coveted position, when an editor of the law review is there just to punch a ticket and not to actually do the work.
Does anyone have knowledge of a situation where the professor actually made a mistake in how they calculated or reported a student's grade? If so, what happened afterwards?
I'm the last person to suspect such a thing but I honestly think this might have happened to me for one exam grade. At this point, I am afraid to suggest or pursue it, since it naturally sounds like sour grapes and could do more harm than good in the long run.