« on: May 03, 2009, 09:55:00 PM »
I can't seem to find a picture of him toward the end of Austin Power 3, where he's almost bald.
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Most of those nice $150,000+ starting salaries would vanish, simply because of the laws of supply and demand.
I was initially going to work both as a part-time, but the judge is requiring me to work at least 4 days a week. So, it seems like I would need to choose between the two.
I have a judicial internship lined up at District Court of N.J., and also a research assistant position with a professor who is going to do research on corporate/employment law. Corporate law is where I want to go into eventually.
Do I take the judicial internship or RA? Would it make such a big difference when I try to interview for a 2L summer job?
All lawyers (or, more precisely, the firms they work for) have a vested interest in making sure as few new competitors come into the market as possible.
Legislatures are full of lawyers, and they'll never let the legal profession to open up to a real level of competition, especially from people overseas.
Worst-case, about $100k. I'm crossing my fingers that the market will be kind to me and give me juicy 2L SA position (we can all dream, right?), though, which would lower my debt slightly.$500K (worst case)
Ask me why I don't care...
OK, I'll bite. Why?
Oh, it won't be a problem just as soon as a couple of aged family members kick the bucket
Some people actually want to become public defenders, you know.
Not you! Because you can't afford to be one.