Fresh Prince wrote:KidStuddi wrote:hoos89 wrote:Except in Contracts we also learned about firm offers, which are irrevocable before a certain date, and law firm offers are supposed to be just that: firm. Kasowitz should have planned better and not given out so many offers. This probably happened because other firms chose to give out fewer offers, or to pace the rate of offers. Kasowitz probably should have had some warning of this, but they were totally blindsided.
Out of curiosity, what'd you get in contracts? Because an offer for at-will employment is most certainly not an irrevocable offer in the contract law sense. Like at all.
The 28 day period is the result of benevolent NALP guidance and nothing more.
The last thing this thread needs is legal arguments.
Of course not. Why would a forum full of lawyers and aspiring lawyers care about blatant misstatements of the law.