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PMan99 wrote: dixiecupdrinking wrote:
lsatcrazy wrote:0Ls will be 0Ls...I get why it's not a overarching factor, but "the worst"? Really?
I'm sure there are worse reasons but I can't think of any plausible ones. Even at Harvard, getting H's matters.
For generic NYC biglaw straight P's will do.
Maybe so, but how about for clerkships (which seems to be the major legitimate reason people are saying OP should go to Harvard)?
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Penn and in my opinion, this is isn't even a close decision.
You have no idea what will happen in your life/the future/or the direction of your law career. You DO however know that you have a full-ride to a fantastic school with excellent job prospects and a wonderful national reputation.
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