"What was your least favorite class in law school?"
This Q comes up a lot, even as 3l. It is an oddball too... Some see it as an icebreaker to vent about LS... some expect a "make this negative a positive Q"
E.g.: "My least favorite class was crim. I had a great professor and it was enjoyable, but I do not want to practice crim so it just felt like a class I was taking because all 1Ls had to take it."
Other e.g.: "I hated bankruptcy b/c its taught by [insert notoriously hated prof from the school, knowing the interviewer went to your school] and it was just terrible"
... i hate that question
Anonymous User wrote:I sat up straight with my legs uncrossed, leaned forward, and usually had my hands on the table. OCI just ended and I've received no CBs so far. Since my grades are good, I'm extroverted and social, and I smiled and had good conversations during most of my interviews, could the way I chose to sit been what torpedoed me?
You are over thinking it. Biglaw is gradually moving to the point where we cannot say "still ITE" anymore; ITE is the new normal. The mannerisms you described might rub a specific subset of interviewers in some way... but there are many interviewers who would not care.
I would set up mock interviews if you have not already. See if there is something in your presentation that is off. Otherwise, just keep mass mailing. OCI is no longer a golden ticket to SA, even at a T14 (maybe even not good enough at a T6, but I don't know enuff)