« on: July 22, 2008, 04:55:37 PM »
i tend to think that it is. i think that maybe the whole "you shouldn't do it if you're not interested in the SM" thing is a lil overblown. log onto any firm website and start scrolling through the bios of partners. there is really only one thing from law school that seems to endure through the years: journal membership, whether law review or secondary. yeah, it may not pay dividends now, but there must be a reason as to why it follows attnys for the rest of their careers...
Really? I thought the only people who cared about law review were lawyers. I've had to explain to my parents the meaning of law review, and they still don't understand all the fuss.