Very Quick Question: I know what the answer to this would be when dealing with the "part-time professor who knows you well" and the "stud professor who doesn't know you as well", but I'm not 100% sure that that same principle applies in a big-law firm.
I work at a big law firm in D.C. Do you think I should get:
1) A ridiculously strong recommendation from a second year associate.
2) A very strong recommendation from a counsel (level in-between associate and partner at my firm).
(Applications Advice, Letters of Recommendation . . . )
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flem wrote:Just get the recommendation from whoever will write you a better one. No adcomm is going to look up who that person is beyond what it says in the letter unless that person is ridiculously prominent and/or a large donor to the law school.
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