Not really sure what forum this belongs in but I have a question that some of you may be able to help me out with by bringing some perspective to the table....
I just graduated undergrad a few months ago and plan to live and work in NYC for 2ish years before attending law School. I was offered two jobs and I'm interested in which you think would benefit me better in the long run/give me a decent work/life balance as I study for the LSAT and explore a new city.
Job 1: V20 Legal Assistant/Paralegal (Banking Finance practice area) - Working hands on with team but still seen as the low man on the totem pole From what I understand, there will be long, often unpredictable hours.
Job 2: V100 Court Clerk position in Managing Attorneys Office- More of a back/middle office position with firm wide exposure to Litigation matters. Handle filings/calendering/docketing both in and out of courts. Less exposure to working hands on with attorneys, but ultimately not seen as "bitch-work" for lack of a better term.
What do ya'll think?
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Take the one you're more interested in as a job (rather than as a means to an end). There isn't a "correct" job to have before law school.
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I'm a 0L, but I think the job that would give you the most flexibility for studying the LSAT would be the right call
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