kurama20 wrote:As you can see many of these firms pay six figures and are not on the nlj 250, but are irrelevant based on your "definition".
http://www.infirmation.com/shared/insid ... l?state=NC
You clearly didn't know what you were talking about when you said that the nlj250 contained every big law firm in the country. to make matters wose you tried to change your claims to say that "Oh well actually biglaw is only firms that pay 160K and have more than 200 attorneys" to cover yourself. You heavily overestimate what you know--which apparently outside of NYC data is next to nothing. You have failed to prove what I said about there being a substantial amount of firms that exist outside of the nlj250 that pay six figure salaries as incorrect, you then proceeded with (very poorly thought out--not surprising) ad hominemns to back up your point. HTMFH
The thing about Keker not being an employment option for anyone because of it's size is really the dumbest thing I've heard you say. Especially since they do OCI at multiple top schools....just because you can't get something doesn't mean other people can't. I think you are projecting your (many) failures onto others.
P.S I'm not sure why you consider an online argument "an epic fight" but then again with an avatar like that I have an idea why....
PSS I don't like you either, but it's only because you're a bitch though-- no other particular reasons.
Wait a minute he never said that firms that weren't biglaw were somehow "irrelevant." Don't put words in people's mouths. All he said was that smaller firms that didn't pay market rate weren't biglaw. Nobody in their right mind would believe that only biglaw firms were "relevant".
Moreover, just because Keker has OCI at multiple schools that doesn't make it a biglaw firm. I mean at some point there has to be a cutoff based on the size of a firm as to what we classify as biglaw. As I pointed out in a previous post, and as Rayiner did in his, that doesn't mean that such firms are worst than biglaw (frankly in many ways they are better) but just that firms that pay market rate are not necessarily biglaw. Of course this calls into question whether the term biglaw has any real meaning (this is another question entirely which I attempt to tackle in my previous post).
Finally, how do you know what firms Renzo could get into? Not to mention that his ability to consider a firm as an employment option has no bearing on his opinion regarding that option. I mean, have you gotten an OCI interview at Keker to be so qualified to discuss it? Argue with logic not by calling posters who disagree with you a "bitch" (although to be fair he also called you an "assclown").