wow... this is a tough one. Can Harvard survive? I'm betting yes.
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« on: July 18, 2008, 10:33:26 AM »
That link I posted also shows the precentage of each class that clerked after 3L. I don't think it differentiates between state and federal programs. I'm interning in Federal court now and the judges I've asked here say they pick clerks based on their resume, GPA, and writing sample, what school they went to is often not a factor unless they hadn't heard of it. The federal judiciary is filled with judges from every school and so they understand that not every good applicant went to HYorS. In fact, the judge I work for now went to Stetson. That being said, the numbers show that a larger precentage of students from prestige schools land clerkships.Cool. Thanks for the advise. I'd really like to see something specifically geared towards federal, but what was really helpful.
Ok so I've read both Bibles and am now finished with summer classes (thank God!). Well I'm getting some contradictory advise about LSAT studying. Should I do mostly timed or untimed test? I realize that there needs to be some sort of balance, but some posters here give me the idea that its better to do MOSTLY untimed tests. Any advise would be great.
« on: July 18, 2008, 12:17:53 AM »
Does anybody know a good place to look at clerkship prospects? That really is my dream post-grad job. Specifically, I'd like to see something that shows what school place where i.e. Chi places approximately x many clerks in y circuit court in a given year. Thanks.
*bump* to an awesome thread.
I know W%L is in the mountain, what are the hiking trails like? Is it Lex the type of place you can start hiking and go on for miles?
Also, I'm looking for a good idea on clerkship opportunities post-ls. Do you know what clerkships are like on the federal level? Any good CoA clerkships?
I too am interested in benefit of it. It's shorter than the others (250 pp i think). I have to wonder what advise they have. I started this forum just to give everyone a heads up. I look forward to the reviews.
BTW, thanks for the tips Mori!
sorry if this has been posted before but I honestly haven't seen it:
It comes out Sep. 5. Probably won't be much good for October test-takers, but I'm sure somebody will get good use out of it.
But what about my transcript?You just send in the incomplete transcript. It's just like undergrad: you give the school your transcript through your junior year. If you're waitlisted or something, you can send an updated one with fall grades. Then, give your final transcript to the school you accept.
« on: July 11, 2008, 09:58:07 PM »
didn't read the entire thread but I'm curious about the quarter system at UoC. Do you find it annoying or beneficial? I'm going to a quarter UG and I don't particularly like the way the schedule works. Do you find yourself wishing for a semester school?
From what I understand, LSAC counts both grades from repeat courses. But my circumstance is a bit weird. Freshman year I took 1st year latin and got strait As. Well, there was a schedualing conflict the following fall and I ended up not taking Latin all that year. When I signed up for 200-level latin my junior year, I realized I forgot everything. So I went back retook my 100-level classes (getting all As again). So my question is, will i now have 2 years' worth of As on my LSDAS GPA? I'm also wondering if I should talk to my school at all because they're being very strange with the whole calculating the repeat into my GPA thing, or does that not matter to LSDAS at all?1. I honestly didn't think of it