Gosh, folks, I don't mean to be the voice of reason, but...Do you really think that adcomms have the time - and interest - in Googling anyone? If you consider the number of applications received, the burdens of the "normal" screening process, and the importance of obtaining reliable information, it seems silly to concern yourself with this type of thing.I understand the application process is stressful but my advice to you is: relax. Go have a beer. You're great - that's enough.Caveat - my name is the same as a well known college quarterback who won a national championship some years back. I can only hope they confuse me with that fellow.... That'd be cool, huh?Anyway, if they're doing it, I'm in the clear. What a relief.Good luck ya'll.
My email address, <NameRemovedToPreventSpam>@steveperkins.net is a custom domain that obviously references my personal website... which is a blog going into great depth on my religious and political views. The personal section of my resume hyped up the fact that I am launching a grassroots ballot-access web system for independant and 3rd-party candidates in my state (www.georgiaballot.org).In short, my applications might as well BEG the adcomms to spend some time researching me on the Internet. However, my web hosting company offers some easy-to-use reporting tools for tracking visitors to your websites, and I've been monitoring my traffic daily since the application season began, and I haven't had ONE hit from any domain recognizable as being on a law school's computer network (i.e. *.uga.edu, *.gsu.edu, etc). That tells me that either adcomms have a hard time separating work and personal life, and do most of their application reviewing from home, or else they're just too damn busy for Googling people out of idle curiosity when they're buried by 10-15 applicants for each available seat.
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