3L oci, already have clerkship?

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ZyzzBrah
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3L oci, already have clerkship?

Postby ZyzzBrah » Tue Jun 18, 2013 2:12 pm

Top 20-15% (waiting on new rank still), School in 30-40 range, LR, published, working at a firm this summer (not an SA. firm is well known in the state but they don't hire fresh out of school, only laterals/clerks), already have SSC for after I graduate.

Should I include the SSC on my resume (will it hurt/help)? Anyone been in the same position?

ps: I realize 3L oci is not great, but im still gonna throw in some applications

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Re: 3L oci, already have clerkship?

Postby A. Nony Mouse » Tue Jun 18, 2013 4:14 pm

ZyzzBrah wrote:Top 20-15% (waiting on new rank still), School in 30-40 range, LR, published, working at a firm this summer (not an SA. firm is well known in the state but they don't hire fresh out of school, only laterals/clerks), already have SSC for after I graduate.

Should I include the SSC on my resume (will it hurt/help)? Anyone been in the same position?

ps: I realize 3L oci is not great, but im still gonna throw in some applications

Yes, include SSC on your resume. No idea if it will help for 3LOCI - and it might not, since my impression is that firms hire through 3LOCI when they need someone, so may not want to hire someone going off to clerk - but generally, once you've accepted the offer, put it on there.




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