Anonymous User wrote:2014 wrote:t's just a struggle to interview well when that is the case.
(If I may) To expand on this, I think he means that it's harder to explain why you want to do M&A deals if you can't explain what excites you about M&A.
One good way to get around this is to talk with attorneys and learn the other reasons for picking a practice group (i.e. M&A is known for being team-oriented, bankruptcy is often known for working with a lot of different practice groups throughout a case, etc).
Yeah exactly. If you have work experience you are more likely to be able to effectively sell your corp love without putting your foot in the mouth. It's entirely possible to get there w/o work experience too though through other attorneys like Anon says or WSJ or whatever.
You guys got screwed on the QE thing. Last year it was w/ Northwestern at L20 a 2 michelin star restaurant , this year it's UChi only at an off brand fogo lol
Still go though, it's good practice and free refreshments.