LR Write-On Worth It if Transferring for Sure?

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LR Write-On Worth It if Transferring for Sure?

Postby burnabee14 » Fri Jun 01, 2012 10:30 pm

Is doing law review write-on in your current school worth it if you know you are transferring for sure?

Do employers ask if you made it to law review in your old school? Do they even care?

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Re: LR Write-On Worth It if Transferring for Sure?

Postby tedalbany » Fri Jun 01, 2012 10:49 pm

I didn't do mine, mostly because I procrastinated too much for a brief writing competition (but intense). Although I think I subconsciously procrastinated as much as I did because I'm pretty sure I want to transfer. I really regret it though, just too much risk in the event I get mediocre grades for my last two...

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Re: LR Write-On Worth It if Transferring for Sure?

Postby tww909 » Sun Jun 03, 2012 6:43 am

i did mine and didn't make it on (i was at a pure write on school). i thought i would be screwed for OCI, but i didn't have a single employer ask about it. nobody even mentioned it.

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