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corporatelaw87 wrote:It just seems because your college jobs are the ones that you applied to law school with, I thought they might want to look into them.
If you graduated college before you were 21, then they don't want your college jobs. I'll be 22 when I graduate (and I think that's the norm).
They do get a copy of all your application materials and they will look into them if anything seems fishy.
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corporatelaw87 wrote:They say they only want employment history from when you were 21 years old or older. Does this mean they don't even look into college internships or other employment when you were in college? Seems kind of odd.
Why, was one of your jobs at age 19 "check forger" or "terrorist?"