NU 30k vs GULC vs SMU (full) vs UIUC (full) vs WUSTL 114k

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NU 30k vs GULC vs SMU (full) vs UIUC (full) vs WUSTL 114k

Poll ended at Sat Feb 18, 2012 2:07 pm

NU (30k)
32
49%
GULC (presumably sticker)
4
6%
WUSTL 114k
10
15%
SMU full
16
25%
UIUC full
3
5%
 
Total votes: 65

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kalvano

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Re: NU 30k vs GULC vs SMU (full) vs UIUC (full) vs WUSTL 114k

Postby kalvano » Sun Mar 27, 2011 11:08 pm

I know the SMU data is missing some firms.

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Re: NU 30k vs GULC vs SMU (full) vs UIUC (full) vs WUSTL 114k

Postby ArchRoark » Tue Mar 29, 2011 11:57 am

kalvano wrote:I know the SMU data is missing some firms.

Interesting. I know you haven't gone through OCI, but what is your assessment of SMU's OCI and/or OCS? Is the OCI a preselect or bid system? TBH, I stumbled across SMU's OCS twitter feed, http://twitter.com/SMUDedmanLawOCS, and one of the posts I find rather depressing:

Whether you are going to work at a large or small firm or looking to go solo, the name of the game in the business...

Hanging your own shingle straight out of LS?

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Re: NU 30k vs GULC vs SMU (full) vs UIUC (full) vs WUSTL 114k

Postby kalvano » Tue Mar 29, 2011 2:20 pm

ArchRoark wrote:
kalvano wrote:I know the SMU data is missing some firms.

Interesting. I know you haven't gone through OCI, but what is your assessment of SMU's OCI and/or OCS? Is the OCI a preselect or bid system? TBH, I stumbled across SMU's OCS twitter feed, http://twitter.com/SMUDedmanLawOCS, and one of the posts I find rather depressing:

Whether you are going to work at a large or small firm or looking to go solo, the name of the game in the business...

Hanging your own shingle straight out of LS?



I believe OCI is a bid system. PM Betasteve, he would know.

But I know several firms that will be at OCI that are not in the NALP data.

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