RareExports wrote:For firms that list a 3.3 requirement or preference, I assume that's their T14 requirement/preference. Anyone know how this typically translates to WUSTL? Has anyone had success outside of x percentile?
Edit: For OCI and walkaround purposes
If you're going to (or want to go to) any program, there's no reason not to apply to every firm. There isn't a meaningful restriction on how many bids you can submit, and those kind of limits are really more there to inform people at lottery schools (where you can get interviews even if you're well below the GPA cutoff).
Side note though: be careful about what you say about office preference. Don't take what offices the firm says they're hiring for at face value. If it's a Phoenix based firm, and they say they're hiring for Denver, but there's like 4 attorneys in Denver, don't say you're interested in Denver. If you're trying to get a job at a St. Louis-based firm, probably don't apply to or express interest in their other offices. This goes for practice areas too. If the firm only does employment law, you love employment law. If they primarily do transactional law, that's what you like to do. This can be tricky because firms make their websites look like they do everything but if you look at the attorney head count on NALP it can be informative.