So, to clarify, the new NALP guidelines change the Dec. 1 deadline and instead make it so we have 45 days to accept/decline?
And I think some of the posters here are way too paranoid. Or maybe I'm naive?
We will be futures lawyers...is it necessarily a bad thing that we act paranoid?
As for the NALP guideline changes (I believe you understand them correctly), I would assume firms would send out offers sooner, so they can have up to 2-3 rounds of offers. So far, I haven't heard or noticed any difference in offer timing.
Oh don't get me wrong, I'm plenty paranoid. I mainly meant about the posts of firms coming together and making deals in smoke-filled rooms about which firm will accept which applicants.