Summerz wrote:Stinson wrote:traehekat wrote:Summerz wrote:For everyone with an offer (or about the get one), what’s the grand plan for 3L?
First Semester: Drink; golf; travel; remember to take exams/turn in papers at end of semester.
Second Semester: Repeat. Graduate.
Afterward: Don't fuck up bar exam.
Currently prepping for the bar, this is the correct course of action. Just two things to add:
1. Figure out if your state requires you to pass the MPRE before taking the bar, in which case you should take it in the fall.
2. Figure out if your state frequently tests commercial paper and/or secured transactions in which case just take the course. That and evidence are kinda terrible to have to learn in two months if you've literally never seen them before.
Do I have this right? You were offered before you graduated and now you’re prepping for the bar exam. What costs are the firm picking up? Are the costs paid by stipend or loan?
The prep course and bar exam (this was like $4000 all told) itself were paid in full by firm, not a loan. For living expenses my firm offered no-interest salary advances for people who wanted them.