Anonymous User wrote:You and me both. Besides LL and AK, I cannot find any firms that offer a second half. Any suggestions? I'm OOS, so OCS is useless for me.
While we're on the subject, does anyone have a list of second-half firms? OCS at my non-Texas school could not help me.
Also, is it a huge mark against you if you don't have a second-half SA? Do people usually do something else if they can't land a second-half SA?
In the past it might have been viewed negatively but not really anymore. That's why all the firms are moving to first half - they don't want to have to split with anyone.[/quote][/quote]
I would agree with this. What if you were offered two first half offers--you can't be dinged for having accepted your firm over the other. Although I think you should continue to find something or formulate a plan, so that way when someone asks, your answer is not that you are going to sit on your ass and play xbox (although that may be what ends up happening).
To answer LL, B&G, AK. I think VE and FJ. But all of them are likely to be finished.
Because of other commitments I actually don't have a full six weeks to give in the second half. So I plan on trying to find a boutique firm that didn't do OCI to do 4 weeks; finish my comment early of do some volunteer work.[/quote]
Also Mayer Brown and Pillsbury Winthrop.