Anonymous User wrote:For better or worse, I accepted a position as a Dillard. Wondering, resume-wise, if "Dillard Fellow, Legal Research and Writing Teaching Assistant" is appropriate for a bullet point.
First, "Teaching Fellow" sounds better than "Teaching Assistant"; you're a graduate student, not some undergraduate helper! Also, I was a Dillard and just put "Dillard Fellow"--nice segue for them to ask me what it was. Lastly, you should put it if you're a Dillard even if you're going corporate. I was targeting corporate only for almost every interview (save one or two), and they still liked that I was a Dillard.
All that being said, you will have done zero Dillard work by OGI (so not TOO much to talk about, but spice it up) and likely minimal Dillard work by your first callbacks (if you have a lot of callbacks, be prepared to do Dillard work while you travel...)