OCI bidding strategy for Latham

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OCI bidding strategy for Latham

Postby Anonymous User » Tue Jun 19, 2012 3:41 am

I'm a current 3L at USC/UCLA looking to do litigation. I've done only government internships so far doing mostly litigation/regulatory stuff. I want to do the same thing if I were to work at a law firm. Do any of you know which Latham office would be best for someone who wants to do litigation? Which one would be the best fit for someone with my internship experience?

I'm also around top 30% of my class.

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Re: OCI bidding strategy for Latham

Postby 005618502 » Tue Jun 19, 2012 3:13 pm

Anonymous User wrote:I'm a current 3L at USC/UCLA looking to do litigation. I've done only government internships so far doing mostly litigation/regulatory stuff. I want to do the same thing if I were to work at a law firm. Do any of you know which Latham office would be best for someone who wants to do litigation? Which one would be the best fit for someone with my internship experience?

I'm also around top 30% of my class.


is this a joke?




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