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Starting to think about OCI, and wondering who from my current position to list as a reference. I think I saw something in the handbook that said attorneys should refer employees seeking references to the HR director, so I assume that is who I will end up listing ,but I'm a bit torn on how to ask. If this firm gives me an offer to return, then they will likely not be thrilled with my wanting a reference, will they? How have people gone about asking?
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DallasCowboy wrote:You do not need references for 2L OCI.
not true for certain firms (e.g., covington)
OP, your 1L firm fully expects you to do OCI, even if they give you a full-time offer to return. it's not a big deal to ask for a reference.
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