If you want litigation training, go to good school and then go work the DA or PD.
A couple weeks of "training", then it's sink or swim.
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patrickd139 wrote:holdencaulfield wrote:Don't turn down free tuition....unless you get into UT. Baylor has great rep here in Dallas; I'm a 3L at SMU and several lawyers have mentioned how much they like Baylor grads because they can try cases right out of law school.
Is your requirement top 1/3 or top 2/3? Either way, try to get it removed. I realize you plan on being in the top 5%, but so does everyone else. The worst they can do is say no.
Which reputable firm allows its associates to "try cases" right out of law school?
OP: please use the search function. Baylor is more than adequately covered in this forum and others.
None. My apologies. I forgot that reputable firms only value skills that new associates can use right out of law school....like doc review.
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