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I think I'll probably be at EJW in DC as well

yay we can hang out!!

I'm going to go to Equal Justice Works in DC in October I think, if I don't have anything by then.  I'm meeting with my career adviser this afternoon, but I doubt she'll tell me anything other than "apply! network!"  I'm sure ya'll saw the ATL post about my school.  I'm kinda worried since I'm looking at a very niche area of law for next summer

I'm lost... who is ElFiery?  CM?

TM...he's anonymous now

"this pizza is made of win!"

I just threw up in my mouth a little.  That's really how they talk??

Yes.  It's cute when you're posting on message boards and you say things like "FTW!" but really not so cute when you are literally saying that during dinner with friends.  She has actually referred to Georgetown as "GeorgeTTTtown" in a sentence that she said out loud.  I blame TLS for stealing my friend's brain!

This is the worst thing I have read in my entire life. I mean, I admit I have done it (totally sarcastically/ironically) when referring to a (non-law) school, but my God. Seriously, folks?! That's outrageous.

TLS needs this: 

(rt click, view image if you can't read it)

Law School Admissions / Re: Reapplying to repeat schools
« on: July 19, 2010, 03:06:58 PM »
You should probably write a new one, unless you can't write a better one.  I doubt that they classify you as an undesirable applicant because you have a medical condition (lots of people do, further it's probably illegal for the schools to do so), but you'd probably be better off with a new PS just to show you're working hard to show them that you're working hard to show them you're worth admitting.  The best thing you can do for reapplying to a school that rejected you is to get a higher LSAT (or if you hadn't already graduated the first time you applied, show that you raised your GPA). 

our bidding system is weird...we have like 999 bids (and many, many less employers) and we don't rank anything.  I don't know why it's even called bidding, it's really just "applying."  anyone else?

"this pizza is made of win!"

I just threw up in my mouth a little.  That's really how they talk??

Why would you need new letters of recommendation?

Current Law Students / Re: Writing the personal statement.
« on: July 14, 2010, 09:22:23 AM »
don't get a company to write your personal statement.  stop being lazy and unethical and write it yourself.


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