UVA Transfer Critique my Bidlist Please

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Re: UVA Transfer Critique my Bidlist Please

Postby PlessFightsFire » Sat Jul 14, 2012 8:54 pm

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Re: UVA Transfer Critique my Bidlist Please

Postby keg411 » Sat Jul 14, 2012 9:11 pm

OP (or any other transfers within the MVP or even CCN tier): PM me if you want a list of transfer-friendly firms and firms rumored to be transfer-unfriendly. It's probably incomplete and it's not geared towards UVA, but at least it would be an idea.

ETA: Just wanted to make it clear that my information is NOT UVA-specific. Just trying to help out transfers with bidding advice in general. There may be some differences in firms that prefer one school to another that my list may not necessarily account for. You should talk to UVA students about firms that heavily prefer UVA students as I don't know them, which is why my list is incomplete.
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Re: UVA Transfer Critique my Bidlist Please

Postby Anonymous User » Sun Jul 15, 2012 12:55 am

I don't agree with the other poster's advice. If you have ties to DC, bid DC. Not all, but some. The people who strike out there are the people who have no ties there and just want to go there because they hear UVA places well in DC and have some vague notion that DC is the best city in the world to practice law.

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