MrAnon wrote:I am a big time proponent of dropping out and moving on and sometimes wish I had, but I think your grades are too good to do that. You will find a job but not until after you take the bar. Take that as a given and stop stressing out over OCI. It is practically over and there is nothing you can do about it. Focus on school so that you don't screw up this semester and lose your standing. Relax the next couple semesters and focus like hell on studying for the bar. I don't know what to tell you about the debt. Bury your head in the sand maybe? Get a crap job like waiter to have a little income between now and the time you will get a lawyer job. That will keep you occupied in free time too. Plus, you have already shown you are a law school masterman so you can probably juggle it all successfully.
Talk to career services. Mock interview with them. See if there are any huge problems in how you interview or what your resume says/suggests about you. If you identify things or have reason to believe you could interview better and score something if you did it again, consider going part-time (if possible), taking a double degree, or taking a leave of absence. Each will give you another crack at OCI, and with your stats I think you have a very real chance of landing something if you can identify what is holding you back right now.