Taboo to participate in old school's OCI?

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Kaspian
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Taboo to participate in old school's OCI?

Postby Kaspian » Thu Jul 05, 2012 5:55 pm

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Re: Taboo to participate in old school's OCI?

Postby opX » Thu Jul 05, 2012 6:10 pm

its chancey, but my friend's CDO told her that they wouldnt mind her doing their OCI. They were hoping she would decide to stay because she had a good OCI.

so, maybe u could just straight up ask ur school?

I am in the same situation as u, but im not going to do both OCIs.

GL!

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Re: Taboo to participate in old school's OCI?

Postby TTRansfer » Thu Jul 05, 2012 6:11 pm

In all reality, you need to look out for #1. If you can do it, there is no reason to not do it. The old school's career services will probably be annoyed (as will some of your fellow former students), but you are going to law school to get a job for yourself. Not to get a job for others or to improve your school's numbers.

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Re: Taboo to participate in old school's OCI?

Postby opX » Thu Jul 05, 2012 6:18 pm

TTRansfer wrote:In all reality, you need to look out for #1. If you can do it, there is no reason to not do it. The old school's career services will probably be annoyed (as will some of your fellow former students), but you are going to law school to get a job for yourself. Not to get a job for others or to improve your school's numbers.


There is a great deal of truth to this.




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