Here's a question for all you folks:
Considering (or perhaps not considering) how every school has different grading systems and different cut-offs for cum laude, magna cum laude and summa cum laude, what do you think would be the more important/impressive on a law resume? Having the latin honors? Being top X%? Having a high GPA? What would be the least valuable? Some schools only give the cum laude distinction for the top 15% of the class, while others have a top 40% cut-off mark. As a hypo, would being top 20% be more important than being cum laude?
My guess is that GPA is the most worthless of the 3 (obviously), but I'm not sure about the other two. Any thoughts, anyone?