But r6, you HAVE been talking about these types of jobs. Our back-and-forth started because you were insisting that OGI employers ask a lot of behavioral questions (based at least in part on CS's info, but you still kept arguing the point even after multiple 2Ls said--from their personal experience with LEGAL hiring--that it isn't really true). You also said that you have worked with several NL250 firms and that you therefore know that you're interested in working for certain ones of them and that you know how to get there because of all your work and life experience. You started off (at least from where I picked up) telling other 0Ls that some of them simply don't have what it takes to succeed at OGI the way you do because of their lack of networking skills and personality or something. Granted, recently you have had one or two posts talking about some sort of mystical high-paying, non-biglaw legal jobs right out of law school that you somehow have access to, but you absolutely have been talking (a lot) about OGI and biglaw.
OGI behavior interview - retelling what career services said in the ASW session. Yes I went against a few 2Ls that chimed in, but mainly because I wanted to believe what I was told by the school.
Striking out at interviews - I stand by my comment about personality works against you if you are competing against others for limited jobs. Some grads say it matters, others say it matters less, there is no right and wrong because the answer is not absolute.
The firms I worked with - I think I said I want to work there so therefore I have a list to target, I don't know if I implied that I could def. get a job there because of my work experience.