« on: June 17, 2006, 02:04:19 PM »
the law school i committed to offers interships to its students. so everyone can spend time working for an extended period of time before graduating and actually hitting the real world.
anyway, an option has been presented and it is to defer for a year, and work at one of the law firms that offer the internships to students. it would provide for a year of real world work at a firm and i imagine it could eventually end up helping you get a job with the firm (or pretty much any firm).
so what do u think? i'm relocating for school and i already have sent in my money for my apartment, so ive committed to moving to the area, but what do u think about defering a year to work before going to law school at a firm that provides internships.
oh, the work would be paid, i'm not sure how much but its not a work for free kinda deal.