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Summer is so short that it won't significantly help, but it can't hurt either. WE is generally defined as a couple of years of post-graduate professional experience. That said, if you don't have much in the way of part-time work experience or internships, it could possibly hurt you. (because most everyone will have that) It sounds like decent money for the time required. Take it.
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libertarian wrote:I recently interviewed for a summer intern position with a very small midwest organization that does mediation work- they help government agencies, private businesses, and other organizations come to a consensus rather than litigate.
Because it seems like there is a general shift toward mediation rather than litigating, do you all think that an intern position with this organization would be a positive on an app?
Also, they'll pay me about $10,000 for the summer, with lots of time off to prepare for the LSAT.
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