DudeMan,Thanks for your input. Yes, we realize we may be excluding a wide sector of bright, talented, ambitious students. Unfortunately, the problem we face is we need a fair standard to compare candidates with high disparities of experience -- it is not that useful to rely on class rank when comparing a 1L to a 3L, for example. Nor is it especially fair to have a predefined list of law schools, because very talented students go to "lesser" schools for any number of reasons. With respect to our prestige, that's not something we will ever worry about. Our goal is to deliver top service to law firms at an affordable price, and provide a meaningful, flexible PT employment option for current law students. Best, Will
Quote from: nealric on February 03, 2009, 12:00:31 AMAlthough I maintain serious doubts about the OP's business model, I am 95% sure he is legit after talking with him via PM. you must be using a loose version of the term "legit".
Although I maintain serious doubts about the OP's business model, I am 95% sure he is legit after talking with him via PM.
Cady was right.
We charge the clients $50-$60 an hour. We are the ones paying the students.