« on: February 01, 2009, 12:31:53 AM »
Also factor in that if he goes to Marquette, he gets the "diploma privilege" of not having to take the bar in WI.
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I've got radio silence after applying to a ton of judges and some public interest places (not even trying for any paid or prestigious positions) about two weeks ago. They don't know my grades. I'm still applying to more places, but I'm not getting my hopes up. I'm clearly close to the bottom of my class, there's nothing too special about my resume, and I don't currently have any connections I can work.
Should I start begging professors to let me do research for them (would they even let me)? Would working in the law library be acceptable? Should I consider some study abroad thing just so I'm doing something?
Briefing isn't really that hard of a "skill" to learn. If you can do it once or twice successfully, it doesn't really matter if you've done it hundreds of times.