I'm interested in a government job (DOJ Honors, AG, etc.) after law school as well. Does anyone have any information regarding whether going to one of MVP with a scholarship would limit my options compared to Columbia or NYU? If so, to what extent?
Also, how does one move from one side (step 1) of the payscale in, say, GS-12, to the other side (step 10)?
Is there any reason to believe DOJ attorneys make any more than other attorneys in the federal government?
Quote from: LetBillIN on February 19, 2008, 04:00:25 PMState govt jobs arent as competitive tho rightDepends. Are you applying to the Manhattan DA or a smaller county DA (as just one example)Good thread, I'm keeping this stuff in mind.
State govt jobs arent as competitive tho right
Yeah, that was kinda my point: the big cities are more competitive than DA offices that have smaller population centers (small cities, suburban, rural, etc).
What about NYC DA? I think I read somewhere about it being 2000:1 or 200:1??? Anyways, it being ridiculously super competitive but I could be recalling a bad dream
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