TTT-LS wrote:If I understand the context correctly, OPs numbers are those the firm deems sufficient to get a *screening* interview. Not for a CB, and not to get hired. So I think it would be fair to suspect, as mallard and others have, that ITE PR might not hire someone from NU at or very near the median, or, in a related sense, someone clearly below median from CCN. Of course there will be exceptions, which is why the screening interview criteria are pretty lax, at least considering ITE.
Yeah. And as I understand it, Proskauer was not a firm that weathered ITE with particular success or grace.