Neither position confirmed, but both want to interview me. Both positions are in the same state and expenses are not material. Anyone have any thoughts as to which position would provide better experience?Moreover, I'm worried about etiquette. I have an interview scheduled with the AG on Friday but have yet to set a date with the judge. Obviously I want to keep both doors open, and I've heard that if the judge offers me a position it's very damaging to say no. On the other hand, I wouldn't want to schedule an interview with the judge only to turn around and cancel. I'm sure many people out there are faced with this conundrum; thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
If appellate, I'd take the judge. If district court, I'd take AG.
Well. Appellate courts are high prestige, district courts not so much. The experience you'd get is probably about the same, just about resume fillers.
Quote from: k0em9u on April 11, 2009, 02:24:18 AMWell. Appellate courts are high prestige, district courts not so much. The experience you'd get is probably about the same, just about resume fillers.you mean court of appeals for xx circuit is very prestigious? more prestigious than district courts? I thought they are the same.
Oh yea...you're delicious and lean, but unsustainable and not to be consumed daily.
Saw dashrashi's LSN site. Since she seems to use profanity, one could say that HYP does not necessarily mean class or refinement.