vamedic03 wrote:kalvano wrote:I have seen a lot of firms that specify a grade percentage for them to be interested, or be on law review. I assume they mean actual Law Review, not a Journal.
Or, if you are on a Journal, can you still put "law review" on your resume?
Are you kidding? By the same logic, just because you went to college would mean that you could put Harvard on your resume?
So, in short:
(a) Honesty is a good thing.
(b) You put the name of the journal you were on - not the Law Review you wish you were on.
Your analogy sucks. We have Law Review, Journal of Science & Tech, and International Law Review. They refer to all of them collectively as "law review". Hence, my question. I'm not saying I would put "Law Review" if I got JST, but can you still put "Law Review - Journal of Science & Technology"?