ImNoScar wrote:MischiefMayhemSoap wrote:Question - have all the people who made Law Review after people transferred been those accepted to their preferenced secondaries (more often ILJ than JLPP, since ILJ doesn't allow write-on)? It would make sense for that to happen but then again the different journals do grade differently. This year it appears there's at least 10 people who are transferring, and it seems at least half of them made Law Review, if not more. I do know that the 42 (or 44?) for LR as it stands now was made up of people excluding those who told the caller that they're transferring, but not all transfer decisions are out. So would those who get in from now be those who are on ILJ, more likely than JLPP or no journal? If the ILJ people drop ILJ to join LR, then does ILJ take on more? From which pool?
Am I making sense?
Is anything making sense?
What is life?
I think you're asking how its determined who gets LR once transfers decline to accept?
If that's what you're asking, I'm wondering the same thing.
Howd you come up with that number?