I know its common TLS knowledge that when applying to schools, its pretty much LSAT / GPA (with some exceptions), but... when searching for a job, how important is WE / UG?
Do firms pretty much look at your law school / class rank in combination with your interviewing skills, or does WE and UG start to matter? I'm asking because I'm applying as a K-JD from a horrible undergrad...
Also, how likely is it that one can get hired without having an "in." I basically know NO ONE in the legal field, outside of struggling graduates from Cooley / Liberty (I wish I was kidding lol)... I'm hoping to network / make connection in LS, but unfortunately I don't have the "my daddy's old fraternity buddy can get me a job"
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