« on: February 13, 2009, 09:49:29 AM »
March on into Evidence with Niehoff. I guarantee he'll make you snicker at least once. Tuesday through Thursday, 8:45 AM to 10 AM.
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I can see it now...I go up to Journal X table and say something like "BAM! A f-in' bullet rips off part of your head!" and the person just looking at me like WTF is this crazy female dog talking about?!?!
Meanwhile you're at the Journal Y table laughing your ass off
ETA: Haha! I'll consider it but I have to be honest...I'm not really a candy fan
I don't dispute the fact that I may be weird, but the problem with my shoes is that I've invested so much money into this degree, and will be in somewhat bad financial shape without BigLaw. Moreover, in this economy, these jobs are becoming scarce. It's not guaranteed at all.
Being in the bottom at a T14 indicates to employers that you could get into one of these schools, but subsequently couldn't hack it. That's pretty bad, too. Look at the firm profiles for any big or even medium-sized firm. I dare you to find a single person who didn't graduate with some Honors.
Wally, seriously. What the @#!* are you talking about? How can it even remotely be possible that fully half the class that, say, Mich admits in a given year, "couldn't hack it"? THERE WILL ALWAYS BE A BOTTOM HALF. If YLS had a class of 2 people, take their normal top 2 people, and make them the whole class. Are you saying that the second guy, the one with the A-, he couldn't hack it? That makes NO sense. It makes the opposite of sense.
What are you ON?
Here's a question: if one is ineligible for need-based aid, does he/she still have to fill out NeedAccess?