john1990 wrote:Max324 wrote:Page five of that NALP report is very interesting. Looks like most employed grads either had a connection or hung a shingle. Only three grads got a job through OCI. 38% of those lucky enough to be employed are looking for another job.
This isn't about TJSL it was about defining business law. Now can we agree that in house at a business works less hours?
working for a business =/= business law
And the amount of hours required varies incredibly, from the practically part-time "of counsel" to the practically slavish "general counsel"