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It varies by firm.  If you have anyone specifically, I can go in and check it out.  Some of the firms specifically request law review.  It's pretty common to see top 25% on the listing for the really big firms (Ropes / Bingham / etc).  Some say top 1/3.  Overall, however, I'd say the majority don't show a GPA cutoff.

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In regard to the grading curve:  I think its pretty standard across schools how the percentiles break down.  The 10% A, 15% A- is correct, altough the profs have a little wiggle room.  This years GPA / Percentile breakdown was:

top 10% 3.63
top 25% 3.42
top 1/3: ~3.33
top 1/2: 3.27

Also, last year about 50% of people who tried to write onto law review made it.  This year, 50/151 made it. 
 

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Hah, I was driving on that damn tunnel.  The big dig is a shitshow, no worries though, its no where near school.

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They are taking their sweet time renewing my scholarships, too.  They may be slow, but they're pretty helpful if you give them a little leeway.

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That Thesis Against BC Law Students is by a bunch of retard freshmen.  They post it around the cafe because they get pissy we share a cafeteria.

If you want to see a good one, check out "I Want To Get It On With A BC Law Student" which is a group of freshmen girls who hook up with 1L's, "BC Law Students Who Are Really Ridiculously Good Looking" or "Mike Baron Ruins My f-ing Life", I'm members of all of those :)

If you guys want to do an LSD night out intro to Boston, I can round of some of my 2L friends and we can go out.

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maybe late to the party, but my gf is writing actual briefs at the doj this summer and she's a 1L.  Of course, by writing briefs, I mean writing down words, submitting them to her superiors, then being told that they suck.

but whatever :)

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I dunno, its not hopeless.  I have a paying legal job doing what I want to do and this is my 1L summer.  I don not go to YHS.  The trick is mailing resumes early and often.

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General board for soon-to-be 1Ls / Re: 12 inch laptops ok?
« on: July 05, 2006, 02:34:54 PM »
what the *&^%, they're website does say 4.37 lbs.  I swear to god, not more than 4 days ago it said 3.3 lbs.

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General board for soon-to-be 1Ls / Re: 12 inch laptops ok?
« on: July 05, 2006, 01:39:32 PM »
I had a Dell 700m and loved it.  12.1" screen, 4 lbs.  Then it got stolen, so now I'm the market again.  The front runner is a Dell XPS M1210, 12.1" screen, 3 lbs.

I could edit 2 documents side by side on a 12.1" screen at 1280x resolution, setting the documents to 80% scale in word.  Worked fine for me.

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plus your associates won't bail you out of jail :)

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