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TheoO wrote: A. Nony Mouse wrote: Desert Fox wrote: A. Nony Mouse wrote: PeanutsNJam wrote:
los blancos wrote:Wait I didn't think there were really people who believed that LS grades were indicative of anything other than how good one is at LS exams. You're saying these people exist?
like 99% of all recruiting committees across all law firms
Them choosing to use grades as a way to weed out applicants isn't quite the same thing.
Yes it is. You wouldn't use grades to weed unless you thought it was at least a decent indicator.
but also it's easy, sort of objective, and something people can agree on. Also inertia.
I imagine it also appeases clients who like to see the list of associates on a project all having ivies and various honors.
No clients care very little about the honors of associates unless associate is such a moron that they have to wonder where the firm found them.
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mods plz de-anon whoever bumped this
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Kummel wrote:mods plz de-anon whoever bumped this
For what purpose?
A. Nony Mouse
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I'm not going to de-anon but I don't think we need to restart this conversation.
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