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I wasn't sure where to post this, so if this is on the wrong forum then my bad. But, what constitutes as good work experience in regards to law school admissions? I was hoping to work as a paralegal or clerk prior to applying. I'm still an undergrad and was hoping to work part time at a law firm. I was also wondering how I should go about applying to firms and how or if I should really be selective when looking at places to apply.
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The best WE is usually full time WE, as in, the shit you do after UG. However, if you're not going to work after UG then working with a law firm may be your best bet. However, it will be seen as part time work and not full time legit WE.
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