2LMan do you go to Duquesne or are you just throwing in your two cents without knowing what you're talking about?
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I will be starting my first year as a part-timer this fall. Is it worth a shot to be applying for a clerkship starting in the summer/fall without any law school background, or is that not recommended? Also, if a writing sample is needed, what should I use since I have no legal writing supplements? Personal statement? A college paper? Thanks.
« on: February 18, 2008, 01:38:14 AM »
Thanks for your help man...I'm also lookin at Duquesne and St. Mary's, TX. I'm leaning toward Duquesne though. What school you go to/going to?
I am not a minority, but I have solid work experience/resume and have overcome some obstacles. I also am considering the part-time route. What public schools do you have in mind?
Thanks again for your help by the way.
Just seeing if anyone could give me some general info on the school and Pittsburgh. I was recently accepted (fall 08) and am considering between Duquesne and a couple other schools. As of right now I am strongly leaning toward going to Duquesne.
-What is the curve like (I've heard it's brutal)?
-Are the professors good, bad, mixed? Are they open and available to talk to?
-How is the Pittsburgh job market for grads?
-Is housing easy to get, close to the school and affordable?
Thanks in advance if you can answer any of these, I appreciate your help.
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