Is competing on the Alternative Dispute Resolution Team worth the time and effort?
(Apparently my school usually does pretty well in national ADR competitions, if that's relevant.)
I'm interested in corporate transaction work, but not in litigation.
How beneficial is it for:
1) Developing a useful skill?
2) More importantly, enhancing my resume and helping me get hired.
I'm just debating on whether its worth it.
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