It's still a good year before I apply to law school, but I had a question. Early this summer I took a business development consultant position at a merchant services company. The pay was entirely commission based and the work was virtual (I worked from home and did sales via phone). I managed to snag the company a solid lead, but I really didn't like the lack of an office environment and decided to leave after 2-3 weeks of work. I then took up an internship at a nonprofit which I'm just now finishing up.
I know a lot of law schools ask for employment history. My question is: would it be worth even mentioning this considering the brevity of its term? If so, would it effect me since I left so early on?
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