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Job Search / Re: ITT You Help Bears Get A Job
« on: June 25, 2009, 09:03:53 AM »
Would you suggest sending the materials on plain white or cotton resume/business paper? I used the pricey stuff for 1L summer mailings but was wondering if firms actually prefer regular paper...

I think thin-ish white cotton paper is probably the credited answer.  Obviously send it in a full-length envelope.

Full length?! Regular business envelopes are a no go?! :(

Which do you prefer to read: paper with large creases or paper without large creases?

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Job Search / Re: ITT You Help Bears Get A Job
« on: June 25, 2009, 08:42:23 AM »
(c) During dinner: order a mid-priced entree - but don't order a pasta.

......why not?

Eating pasta is relatively awkward and messy.  Order at your own peril.

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Do you guys have any advice regarding researching lit boutiques that pay, say, 100k+? Seems like most of these places aren't listed on NALP and the other usual suspects that list law firms.

It's tough.  I used martindale and picked out any firm with 6-30 attorneys in lit.  Most paid $70k - $145k.

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Job Search / Re: ITT You Help Bears Get A Job
« on: June 25, 2009, 08:25:26 AM »
Would you suggest sending the materials on plain white or cotton resume/business paper? I used the pricey stuff for 1L summer mailings but was wondering if firms actually prefer regular paper...

I think thin-ish white cotton paper is probably the credited answer.  Obviously send it in a full-length envelope.

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Job Search / Re: ITT You Help Bears Get A Job
« on: June 24, 2009, 11:15:45 AM »
4) Determine least expensive way to print resumes + mailers (or labels).  Use white cotton paper.  Print + prepare.  Mail first week of August.  You should be sending ~150 letters.  Balance these letters between the uber-prestigious, V100, and less prestigious regionals.

Is traditional mail preferred over email submissions?

Generally, traditional mail seems to be preferred over email submissions.

Some firms, though, have a strict preference for online submissions.  Check each firm's website before sending out the resumes.


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Current Law Students / Re: Favorite law blogs
« on: June 23, 2009, 06:21:27 PM »
then when do we hear more? also, do you actually know the guy who's writing it? or is it you writing fiction?

Dunno.  He blogs on the subtledig network with me but I don't know who he is or if its fiction.

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Current Law Students / Re: Favorite law blogs
« on: June 23, 2009, 03:29:44 PM »
lif at 160 was amazing...did he just stop?!?

yeah for reals...i want to know what happened.

From what I understand, it's still going (and hasn't stopped).

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167 gets you in range.
169+ makes you a virtual lock.

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Current Law Students / Re: Top 10 Percent
« on: June 19, 2009, 12:21:04 PM »
Do read all the reading.
Do brief (book at least) all the cases

Despite your nonchalant facade, you were definitely a PT law school gunner.

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