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3L Grades and Big Law

Postby Anonymous User » Fri Feb 27, 2015 4:47 pm

How bad is a big drop if you have a job lined up? Will a really bad clinic grade raise red flags (i.e. can't work well with others) or would it be chalked up to 3L slacking (can't cram IRL like you can for exams)?

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Re: 3L Grades and Big Law

Postby glitched » Fri Feb 27, 2015 4:49 pm

Anonymous User wrote:How bad is a big drop if you have a job lined up? Will a really bad clinic grade raise red flags (i.e. can't work well with others) or would it be chalked up to 3L slacking (can't cram IRL like you can for exams)?


You're overthinking it. Just relax and enjoy some of the best months you will never have again.

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Re: 3L Grades and Big Law

Postby Big Shrimpin » Fri Feb 27, 2015 4:58 pm

glitched wrote:
Anonymous User wrote:How bad is a big drop if you have a job lined up? Will a really bad clinic grade raise red flags (i.e. can't work well with others) or would it be chalked up to 3L slacking (can't cram IRL like you can for exams)?


You're overthinking it. Just relax and enjoy some of the best months you will never have again.




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