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Important OCI Question

Postby Anonymous User » Tue Aug 09, 2011 11:10 am

So here is my problem,

I am a transfer student. I was accepted to one school early on, and used about 30 bids through their OCI program. ABout a week later I was accepted to my number one school, which I am now going to attend. I was selected for screening interviews with about 10 firms through the previous schools OCI. Is it alright to contact the firm, tell them my situation, and see if they still want to interview me? Granted my other school is in a different city (some of the firms have offices in the new city), but still has a solid national rep. Any insight would be appreciated. Thank you

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Re: Important OCI Question

Postby bgdddymtty » Tue Aug 09, 2011 11:18 am

Anonymous User wrote:So here is my problem,

I am a transfer student. I was accepted to one school early on, and used about 30 bids through their OCI program. ABout a week later I was accepted to my number one school, which I am now going to attend. I was selected for screening interviews with about 10 firms through the previous schools OCI. Is it alright to contact the firm, tell them my situation, and see if they still want to interview me? Granted my other school is in a different city (some of the firms have offices in the new city), but still has a solid national rep. Any insight would be appreciated. Thank you
I don't see why not. What's the worst that could happen? They say no? It's not like there's some Brotherhood of BigLaw by which you could be blackballed for making such a request.




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