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My personal opinion is that working during the gap year should be used as an opportunity to get exposure to the real world. Pay your own bills and rent, work full-time hours, cook your own meals, save up some money for school, that sort of thing. Having experience as an adult, even if it is only for a few months, can be really helpful in a variety of law school classes, and it gives you something better to talk about than "that group project I did that one time when I didn't like the people I was assigned to work with" during job interviews.
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You can literally do whatever you want as long as it's, like, a real job that requires you have your shit together. Working for a pretigious hedge fund or something might help with biglaw interviews down the road, I guess, but gunning that hard for corporate biglaw is lame anyway.
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