traydeuce wrote:How comfortable should a 3.9/top 1% from gulc be? The other day I learned that the most calls any gulc student received last year was seven, and I'm not main journal, so I don't feel overly safe. Further, here's what I really don't get. Outside of multiple interviews in the same city/courthouse, how many interviews can one, logistically, schedule in the same day? So if you get 5 calls, do you have to bump one from a two-day schedule?
I would imagine at least several calls as long as you didn't focus solely on 2/9/DC/feeders.
I don't think you can logistically schedule more than 2-3 interviews in a day and expect to make them all. I've not done this so I can't be sure.
That's what's really scary about this process, the logistics. For example, it takes 5 hours, with the time change, to get from D.C. to various cities in Southern California. You leave at 7, you get in at 12, maybe you get to his chambers at 1:00, 12:45, and you're there for an hour and often more. Unless you get 2 interviews in that region, on that day, you may spend a whole day to talk to one judge. Though I suppose, on further reflection, the obvious move here is to fly there the previous night, if possible.