« on: March 13, 2009, 11:59:15 AM »
At my school, there are 5 tech department people posted in the hallway. If your error takes more than 5 minutes then they extend your testing period by however long it takes to fix.
My computer recently died and I'm looking at getting a replacement. I can get Microsoft Office Professional for a pretty cheap price, but it doesn't come with OneNote. Do you think OneNote is really that necessary of a program for law school or would Word just suffice?
LoveButton's right...I don't feel right griping on the celebratory thread. So here's the place for everyone to vent.Yay Ibis! How IS Sebastian doing?
Your networking happens while you're attending school. Often, schools do career-fair-type events with local employers. Local firms will also come and present at your school...etc.Irvine if you want CA, but obviously FSU is the right choice.
That's what I don't get. Why does it make a different what geographic location you go to school in? If I go to a NY law school, it's THAT tough to get a job in California? Please explain this to me.
Alumni networks. Opportunities to meet local lawyers. Hofstra alumni, I would guess, are concentrated in the Long Island area.
Gotcha. However, would it be prudent to go to lower-ranked schools like Southwestern or UC Irvine over Hofstra just because it's in California? Aren't job prospects better if you go to the better school? (Sorry if I sound so green, but I haven't posted on here since before I took the LSAT)