Desert Fox wrote:Nightrunner wrote:imisscollege wrote:so you're saying it's not advantageous to apply to a job out of region (Boston) from a blatantly more well-respected school (UT) and give the employees some diversity of some sort? They would be inclined to take the BC grad over you every time?
Look, if you already have your mind made up, then just do it.
Is it possible to do things that way? Absolutely. The point people are trying to make is that you say you want the Northeast, and you are more likely to lane the Northeast from BC, based on proximity, alumni base, OCI, etc.
If that helps you, awesome. If that doesn't work for you, fine.
These Boston firms OCI at Texas.
DECHERT LLP BOSTON MA
DLA Piper LLP (US) Workplace Questionnaire Boston MA
Fish & Richardson P.C. Workplace Questionnaire Boston MA
K&L Gates LLP - Boston, MA Workplace Questionnaire Boston MA
McDermott Will & Emery LLP - Boston Workplace Questionnaire Boston MA
Ropes & Gray LLP Workplace Questionnaire Boston MA
Ropes & Gray LLP - Collective Form Boston MA
And these are the four Boston firms who have actually hired any UT students in the last three years:
Foley Hoag, LLP
Goodwin Procter LLP
McDermott Will & Emery LLP