Quote from: John Galt on May 14, 2006, 09:38:40 PM Besides, two years after you graduate the only two things that will matter are where you graduated from and if you were on Law Review. You mean besides work experience, area of expertise, legal connections, and reputation? In that case, I agree with you.I never understood why law review is considered prestigous at schools where it is a write on competition. You write one good paper and you have something to brag about for you entire life? At my school it is 1L grades, and you can also try to write on during the summer.
Besides, two years after you graduate the only two things that will matter are where you graduated from and if you were on Law Review.
I am a 0L so I have a year before I have to worry about this, but I am curious about something. Can you do Law Review and Moot Court? I really don't have a whole lot of interest in Law review, but I know now that I want to get on the Moot Court team. What is the general consensus on the two?Good Luck Jacy!
As to it being just one paper, this describes a lot of things in law school.