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What kind of job responsibility did you have? Did you have to work long hours as a summer associate?

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Law School Admissions / Re: Sending Applications
« on: January 11, 2007, 07:48:41 AM »
Ok, so I have this problem with one of my LORs. I asked this professor who I was really really close with for an LOR last semester. Well, he dragged his feet a little and now I'm afraid I'm never going to get it because we aren't as close as we once were.

If I CAN convince him to send one should I snail mail him the materials, since I'm supposed to stay 250 feet away from him and his family at all times? If no one is home can I drop off the envelope and form at his house? You guys are going to be lawyers right, so you should know this?

you should probably just do it late at night to make sure nobody sees you.
peek in the windows to make sure nobody is awake.

/jiggle the back door to see if you can get in and raid the fridge

Well, unfortunately entering the house is out of the question. They bought this German Shepherd and then scent trained him to attack me.

That has to be illegal, right?

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Wow, I didn't read this thread but I could tell how helpful it would be from the title. Here's the first paragraph of my ps:

I was born in a rundown shack in a bad part of town. My mom was a poor single woman who ended up abandoning me at the nearest fire station. It tore me up for a long time deep down inside to think of the squalid and difficult life I would have had if my birth mother hadn't given me up. Yet, I know the decision was probably difficult for her as she would likely have been eligible for additional federal programs had she kept me. My goal in becoming a lawyer is to change the way our federal aid is dispursed, so that no young mother should ever have difficulty making a choice to give her baby up to better, richer parents. In my federal aid program young mothers will be given 10k for doing the right thing and sending their beautiful but poor babies on to better, happier and more prestigious lives. 

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Law School Admissions / Re: Sending Applications
« on: January 11, 2007, 07:23:26 AM »
Ok, so I have this problem with one of my LORs. I asked this professor who I was really really close with for an LOR last semester. Well, he dragged his feet a little and now I'm afraid I'm never going to get it because we aren't as close as we once were.

If I CAN convince him to send one should I snail mail him the materials, since I'm supposed to stay 250 feet away from him and his family at all times? If no one is home can I drop off the envelope and form at his house? You guys are going to be lawyers right, so you should know this?

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