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Peaches

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They aren't required to for 1Ls, I don't think.


Meek

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When a firm flies you out and pays your expenses, is that a good sign?
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2008, 09:56:30 PM »
Well, I applied late and only got one of these. Just asking the more experienced and successive law students out there: When a firm flies you out and pays your expenses, is that a good sign? Do they just have 10 people flight out and hire 1? Thanks for the feedback.

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Re: When a firm flies you out and pays your expenses, is that a good sign?
« Reply #2 on: January 27, 2008, 10:03:39 PM »
Well, I applied late and only got one of these. Just asking the more experienced and successive law students out there: When a firm flies you out and pays your expenses, is that a good sign? Do they just have 10 people flight out and hire 1? Thanks for the feedback.

Nalp firms are required to fly you out when you have callbacks.  As a result, dont read into it as a sign in anyway. Be thankful you have an interview, but dont count on a job offer.