Another cult classic:
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This whole thread is a bit outdated in light of the new ABA policy. Michigan, for example, looks primarily at the highest and also peeks at the average. FWIW USC considers the highest, that was missing even on the original list.
On an anecdotal level, an alum from my school who does in-house tax work for a major oil company said that he started an LLM program after he'd been in the workforce for a while, but just didn't have the time to finish. He also said that the NYU Tax LLM is far and away the best, in his opinion the only one worth the time and expense.
Well his class was entertaining....especially during the first week as a 1L.Dorsaneo is pretty awesome. Lotta fun in his class.
You're a 2L, right?
Dorsaneo is pretty awesome. Lotta fun in his class.
I thought you went to BaylorMidjeep, how's the summer job hunting going?
It's going, but I'm not expecting anything until after March. At SMU we still have Spring OCI and a small number of big law firms interview for people they missed during Fall OCI or for those who might have been moved to the top 25%. Plus the medium and small firms don't start interviewing until Jan and Feb so I guess I will keep my fingers crossed till then.
I went to school with Dorsaneo's son. He was kind of pompous. I don't know if his dad is like that.
Aside from one prof who, while being quite intelligent does not seem to care much, my other profs have a surprising level of concern for the welfare and education of the students.
Midjeep, how's the summer job hunting going?