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Neff wrote:...for 1L summer. The federal judge is a district judge located in Harris County.
For those of you Texans with experience, I was wondering if anyone could comment on which one is preferable in terms of meaningfulness, learning potential, interestingness, prestige, etc.
I know at the end of the day it doesn't really matter so long as you do something 1L summer, but I was wondering if there were significant differences in terms of the experience itself. Thanks.
Fed. You will learn more as it will be trial.
My State Supreme Court experience was great; however, the scope of issues was really narrow in comparison to what you would see in a district court.
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