Anonymous User wrote:I need some good reasons to demonstrate my interests in litigation. I just found litigation more interesting for daily work- compared to the transaction assignment i got during summer, I have a much higher excitement level doing basic R&W. But really that is my only reason- I'd like to be in a profession in which I wake up feeling encouraged and motivated. And I found litigation work generally more intellectually challenging than trans stuff. i feel like there is a hierarchy in legal profession, and among those most elitist jobs are predominantly litigation. But eliticism is not a good reason. Perhaps people in lit are so freaking smart? That is my belief.
Also, I need some good highlights in my personalities- as in the describing myself that oozes a level of intimacy and "real-me", but still not striking people as "that's irrelevant in a job setting": Is hard-working too irrelevant as in everyone works hard? (But I really am), I don't think I'm talented in being a trial lawyer or anything, what other aspects of my personalities will make you instinctively like a person more?
I don't really understand this post, but I'll try.
If you're interested in litigation - and your experiences proved it to you - that should be enough. No one is overly judgy about why you pick, so long as you can discuss your own viewpoints based upon something real. But something real should be (as it is for you) practical experience, not PERRY MASON
Your elitist/so freaking smart comment seems silly to me, but hey.
Good highlights in your personality is impossible to know without knowing you.