Um, I'm 23, I think I have plenty of time to make a connection. I'll make sure to rush it though.
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So I gave a speech at a scholarship dinner, and afterwards one of the attendee's came up to me and asked me questions. He was really interested in the topics I discussed in my speech and gave me his business card (without me asking him). He is a partner at a V100 firm.
My question is how do I proceed and ask him if there is anything available in terms of employment for this summer. Any advice would be appreciated, thanks.
Oh and I am at a T20 school, good GPA. Thanks.
« on: August 13, 2009, 12:38:41 PM »
So as far as living situations...What has everyone decided or done.
Any advice, I am going to look at apartments next week. I have been using craigslist, any other websites or places to check out in order to get a place to live next year?
How is someone who is 22 and not working "gaming the system"? Georgetown law provides the option to be admitted part time, and there is zero requirement that anyone has to work. There is no system being gamed, maybe an easier workload but life is never an even playing field.
Some of us who are transfers wanted to be admitted full time and part time was the only way we were to be admitted, to say a stigma should be attached makes you sound like a megalomanic and quite frankly, a feminine hygiene product.
So what did everyone who was accepted to GULC P/T decide. I asked the school to consider me for full time and they did but could not offer me admission. As it stands right now it looks like I am going to GULC, what about everyone else?
« on: August 04, 2009, 09:40:38 AM »
Bidding for classes? I have heard nothing of the sort as of yet. When/where are these bid opportunities? I have received no such information.
Transfer check your g-town email.
You have to sign up (bid) for classes on myaccess under registration. A little tricky but nothing bad at all. They extended the deadline to either yesterday or today, just give them a call, I did and they were very helpful.
I'm in the same exact situation. I am a FT student accepted PT. I really do not want to go part time and stay an extra year. ANYONE with any help on the subject would be appreciated. I want to call up the office and ask them if they can switch me to FT, any thoughts?
Thank you lawtransfer22. Does anyone else out there have any input?? I am a young student. And i will be moving across the country. I am unsure of jobs during the year. I could become more heavily involved in journal and moot court activities. GULC PT is #1 in USNWR as well. Still uncertain. It would cost me another $60k in debt and 1 more year of my life. Leaning toward staying put at this point.
You should ask if they could change your program to full time instead. Anyone have any thoughts on asking them to change, or transferring over while in the program?