Georgetown 3L's talk about there employment opportunities...

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Re: Georgetown 3L's talk about there employment opportunities...

Postby nealric » Mon May 24, 2010 6:51 pm

I will post more comments later (posting on my iPhone in barbri)

I know all the people in the interview.

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Re: Georgetown 3L's talk about there employment opportunities...

Postby lawman2010 » Mon May 24, 2010 6:56 pm

dextermorgan wrote:
A'nold wrote:Oh gee, I mean, without even reading that link, I can already tell that you yourself must go to GULC and not some rancid TTT and you DIDN'T expect to get biglaw from your TTT......"Georgetown 3L's talk about there employment opportunities..."

That was the first thing you noticed too eh?

Oh and LOL GeorgeTTTown.

lol. "there" was the first thing I noticed and "sound to happy" was the second thing. Strikes one and two out the gate as far as being a credible thread...

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Re: Georgetown 3L's talk about there employment opportunities...

Postby A'nold » Mon May 24, 2010 7:10 pm

T14_Scholly wrote:I'm just glad that A'nold ducked out of this thread after saying "plummers."


Plummer.

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Re: Georgetown 3L's talk about there employment opportunities...

Postby Tanicius » Mon May 24, 2010 7:11 pm

lawman2010 wrote:
dextermorgan wrote:
A'nold wrote:Oh gee, I mean, without even reading that link, I can already tell that you yourself must go to GULC and not some rancid TTT and you DIDN'T expect to get biglaw from your TTT......"Georgetown 3L's talk about there employment opportunities..."

That was the first thing you noticed too eh?

Oh and LOL GeorgeTTTown.

lol. "there" was the first thing I noticed and "sound to happy" was the second thing. Strikes one and two out the gate as far as being a credible thread...


Not really.

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Re: Georgetown 3L's talk about there employment opportunities...

Postby dk8 » Tue May 25, 2010 1:22 pm

nealric wrote:I will post more comments later (posting on my iPhone in barbri)

I know all the people in the interview.


looking forward to this.

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Re: Georgetown 3L's talk about there employment opportunities...

Postby nealric » Tue May 25, 2010 7:38 pm

looking forward to this.


Ok-

I will avoid saying anything personal about the interviewees- that would be disrespectful to them.

The actual, full interview was about an hour long. You only got to hear about 8 minutes of it. Although I haven't heard the full thing, I do know that the final cut was carefully edited to portray the story that NPR wanted to tell (i.e. changed plans, lost opportunities, but with a sense of optimism).

Because of this, NPR could have essentially produced the same story at any law school in the country by cherry-picking both interviewees and cherry-picking the parts of the interview that were on message. GULC is just a few blocks from NPR headquarters, so it was the most convenient.

It would be pretty crazy to draw any real conclusions about GULC itself. That said, I won't make the argument that the sample was entirely unrepresentative. A lot of people at all schools are reevaluating their plans. However, the vast majority of people I know have something decent lined up.

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Re: Georgetown 3L's talk about there employment opportunities...

Postby War Cardinal » Tue May 25, 2010 7:42 pm

dk8 wrote:
nealric wrote:I will post more comments later (posting on my iPhone in barbri)

I know all the people in the interview.


looking forward to this.


What a let down, eh?

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Re: Georgetown 3L's talk about there employment opportunities...

Postby clintonius » Tue May 25, 2010 10:34 pm

Seriously. Maybe recaldo will come back.

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Re: Georgetown 3L's talk about there employment opportunities...

Postby quickquestionthanks » Wed May 26, 2010 1:38 am

I'm tempted to post a "Cool story bro" photo. But it's a little fucked out. Just like that saying. What happens when "fucked out" becomes "fucked out?" Shit, I'm trapped in a loop.

Just come back and tell a better story.

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Re: Georgetown 3L's talk about there employment opportunities...

Postby A'nold » Wed May 26, 2010 1:48 am

Tanicius wrote:
lawman2010 wrote:
dextermorgan wrote:
A'nold wrote:Oh gee, I mean, without even reading that link, I can already tell that you yourself must go to GULC and not some rancid TTT and you DIDN'T expect to get biglaw from your TTT......"Georgetown 3L's talk about there employment opportunities..."

That was the first thing you noticed too eh?

Oh and LOL GeorgeTTTown.

lol. "there" was the first thing I noticed and "sound to happy" was the second thing. Strikes one and two out the gate as far as being a credible thread...


Not really.


Sorry about your tiny pink alt.

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Re: Georgetown 3L's talk about there employment opportunities...

Postby Tanicius » Wed May 26, 2010 1:50 pm

Oh and LOL GeorgeTTTown.

lol. "there" was the first thing I noticed and "sound to happy" was the second thing. Strikes one and two out the gate as far as being a credible thread...


Not really.


Sorry about your tiny pink alt.


Well, damn. You are a law school student instead of an applicant, after all, so now the claim that I have alternates is suddenly so much more credible. I give in. You're right. This account along with the OP are both accounts from a JDU member. Every single one of this account's hundreds of "serious" posts in the LSAT, Admissions, and Chances threads were all a ruse to hide that fact. A mod could even check our IP's and find that they're same.

Or, just maybe, we could go with the far more likely scenario: You have a little too much confidence in your ability to accurately profile an internet forum account based on things like typos and and, god forbid, the stance of the message in one single post. Keep trolling it up, though. You're sure to convince someone that leaps of logic are still logic.




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