Someone deleted a post that would have brought some good discussion, perhaps
I wanted to answer it with an anecdote. Feel free to pm.
"If you strike out at biglaw at Cornell, and you don't pursue PI and make yourself PI-competitive during 2L and 3L, are you stuck with shitlaw? I mean, Cornell's class last year had a good LST score of 85%, but do students on here have anecdotes relating to striking out at biglaw? Looking at the stats, 12 people have what TLS would say is an undesirable outcome (outside of straight jobless), whether in business/industry, state/local clerkships or firms with 25 lawyers or less."
Interested in hearing what you have to say!
ETA: This was supposed to be a PM LOL. Otunga if you think I should just delete it from here, please say so.