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DC at 3.4 at M

Postby Anonymous User » Fri Jun 08, 2012 10:39 am

I have a 3.4 at M (I have no idea where that places me relative to others at M, but I think it is above median).
I know DC is fiercely competitive, but is there any chance at V50 firms in DC?
My initial plan was to just focus on NYC but I am more interested in the practice areas in DC (at least based on what I can determine so far). However, I am afraid targeting DC firms would mean shooting myself in the foot as I don't have DC-level grades.
I have fair to good ties to both markets.

I am also Non-URM racial minority + LGBT, for whatever that might be worth (probably nothing).

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Re: DC at 3.4 at M

Postby DCDuck » Fri Jun 08, 2012 10:43 am

Why limit yourself to V50?

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Re: DC at 3.4 at M

Postby IAFG » Fri Jun 08, 2012 10:49 am

From what I gather, that's around top 1/3 at Michigan. There is some chance your grades could lead to a DC offer, but there's also a significant risk of walking away empty-handed. Why do you think you want to work in DC? Do you have any experience to back it up?

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Re: DC at 3.4 at M

Postby Anonymous User » Fri Jun 08, 2012 11:00 am

Just said V50 offhand. Open to anyone paying market in DC with good exit options.

As for practice areas in DC, govt./regulatory undergrad background (I also have consulting internships, but minimal finance/corporate background, so nothing to show for NYC there). Litigation internship this summer, so really I am all over the place.
Also attended undergrad in DC.

(The updated grade averages OCI list does a better job of breaking things down by cities. So I suppose I have better information now. Nevermind.)




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