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« on: January 08, 2007, 10:50:25 PM »
So I was doing well until I just bombed a final.  I did very well (top 10-25%) in all my classes but one which I bombed. So I gave up my dreams of a big law summer internship (at least for my first year)... However, I got an opportunity to work at a state attorney's office but its going to be for zero pay.  I don't need the money... I need a good position.  The trick is that I don't know how long I can hold off on making a decision on the state attorney office what's your thoughts?

The benefits would be that i get to explore something outside of business??? What shoul I do?

SA office is in a small suburb outside of a major eastern metropolis.
Wants to meet me under the bleachers: DePaul ($$$), John Marshall ($$$ withdrawn), American, Miami (withdrawn), IOWA, Kent ($$)
Wants to meet me by the bike rack: Indiana
Told me they need to wash their hair: Loyola


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« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2007, 08:30:31 AM »
I'm in somewhat of a similar situation in that I may have fired my guns too early.

I sent out a bazillion cover letters to state judges but it turns out my grades are good enough to be competitive for my school's Federal internships and I have a few state interviews coming up.

I guess I'll have to make some decisions.