Right there with you. Got the ding today.
You pegged me right! Now answer the question
Which begs the question...what's a CHUDS?
The Madison area seems like a nice cross of urban culture with nice, accessible suburban living, which is ideal for me.
Someone please correct my impressions of Madison if need be!
you'll probably bill around 2/3 of your time .... not 3/4. so that's 2560 hours. the other thing to keep in mind is that the problem with firm work is that it's unpredictable. there will be time where you're doing nothing and spending your days on discussion boards, and other weeks where you bill 60 hours and work 80.
so agent, what have you been doing in LA prior to law school?
I guess i am not that attached either, but there is something nice about mountains, and being able to go outside to run everyday since it barely rains or snows. while I am not an elitest, it is kinda fun having SOOOO much happening in the arts- galleries all over, great bands coming into town on a regular basis. Even all the RESTAURANTS. there is good food from just about every part of the world here, and when i think of wisc., i think fat white people eating cheeseburgers everyday. I need to visit in order to get that stereotype out of my head.
ALthough i think madison would be fun too, afterall, i havent seen snow in forever, and changing seasons would be nice. I am not opposed to the idea of being surrounded by intelligent people either.
I guess i want to keep my options open is all. I dont like the idea of having to stay ANYWHERE after school. everybody makes it seem soooo permanent
so most of you plan on staying there?
anyone else wanting to go back to california to work?